in cooperation with Northern Kentucky University – NKU / USA

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Modul 1

Principles of Finance

Modul 2

Cross-cultural Management and Communication

Modul 3

Plant tour

Objectives

This is a beginning level of finance course, which will focus on the time value of money, project analysis, risk and return, financial asset valuation, and financial decision making. The course is to a great extent based on developing problem‐solving abilities. By the end of this course, each student has a basic understanding of how financial decisions are made.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • The goal of the corporation
  • Time value of money concepts
  • Types of financial markets
  • Analysis of financial statements
  • Risk and rate of return
  • Financial asset valuation principles
  • Capital budgeting concepts

15th April

Deadline of Registration

5th July

Day of Arrival

30th July

Day of Departure

The certificate or transcript of records

At the end of the course a certificate of attendance and transcript of records will be issued to each participant. Successful participants can earn 4 credit hours – US / 8 credit points-ECTS.

* Please note: These credits can be transferred to your home university/institution. It is recommended to verify with your home university/institution that the grades you earn in Bremen can be applied to your curriculum or course of study.

Prerequisites

Financial and Managerial Accounting and Introductory Statistics

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FAQ
The course fee includes...
  • Information packet with city guide
  • Seminars and lectures
  • Teaching material
  • Program related excursion
  • Ticket for public transport in Bremen (bus+tram)
The course fee does not include...
  • Travel expenses
  • Accommodation in Bremen
  • Insurance: Health, accident and liability insurance
  • Board and personal spendings
  • Participation in optional activities
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SUPPORTING PROGRAM

The program may be subject to change.

Course starts on 5 July 2020
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