EUR 3,500/year
2 years
15 December–15 April and 15 June–15 October

Money on the table

Money talks, and so does finance. A master’s degree in Finance is the right place for you if you want to explore the world of monetary systems, financial and capital markets, taxation mechanisms, and corporate finance.

Learn about and master foreign exchange markets, financial accounting and analysis, international finance, and more. You will be able to peer into a company’s financial operations, identify its strengths and weaknesses and suggest the right policy to keep the business going the best way possible.

Understand the functioning of European tax systems, keep the financial health of your client or company optimal, interpret financial data and documentation to assess where to allocate resources or restructure the assets and liabilities.

Rings a bell around the world

The programme is a part of the the CFA Institute University Recognition Program and it is accredited by ACCA (a global association offering qualifications for those graduates who wish to pursue a career in accountancy, finance and management) and ICAEW (the ACA qualification is one of the preferred qualifications for graduates interested in a career in general practice, corporate management, and consultancy).

Graduate profile: What it’s worth

Graduating from Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Administration gives you the opportunity to work in almost any kind of financial, accounting, or economic department of any institution – banks, insurance companies, funds, corporates, the choice is yours since where there’s money, there’s need for financial experts.

Due to the programme’s broad scope of disciplines, you can become an auditor, a financial manager, a market analyst or consultant, a broker, or a portfolio manager. Would you like to take your career down the tax consultancy path? Why not.


To be accepted for a master’s degree at the Faculty of Economics and Administration, you need to provide the admission office with a number of required documents, including your CV, the proof of the English language proficiency, a statement of purpose detailing your motivation to study the programme, and a few others.

Ready to study finance in Brno, Central Europe? Then apply! For more details, just see the contacts below or click the button to learn more.

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Lorena Maribel Chávez Reyes


Economics and Public Policy

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Admission officer

Barbora Němcová

+420 549 49 4945