Croatia, Zagreb


when 25 June 2018 - 13 July 2018
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 9 EC
fee EUR 1400

The emphasis of the course will be on the “real world”. Focus of the course will remain on understanding how investment decisions are made in today’s world, on the most common types of assets which people choose to invest in and their respective benefits and disadvantages, on risk-return trade-off, on efficient market hypothesis and its implications, and on approaches to valuing the different assets.

Course leader

Dr. Igor Gvozdanovic serves as the CEO of Platinum Invest – a fund management company.
He is managing two equity funds (Platinum Blue Chip & Platinum Global Opportunity) and one cash fund (Platinum Cash). Furthermore, he also worked as consultant for R

Target group

This course is recommended for undergraduate students.
Students with interest in pursuing Chartered Financial Accountant (CFA) certification later in their careers will find this course as a valuable stepping stone.

Course aim

The primary objective of the course is to help senior students learn the fundamentals of modern investment theory via lectures, presentations, discussions, case studies and portfolio management simulation.

Credits info

9 EC
- 6 ECTS for International Finance
- 3 ECTS for Croatian Studies*

*for more information on courses please visit ZSEM's official web site.

Fee info

EUR 1400: Regular fee*
One additional course from the course list can be taken but students need to be aware that the program will become very intense and time-consuming. In case they do decide to take additional course they can earn up to 15 ECTS credits. *

*for more information please visit ZSEM's official web site.
EUR 999: Early bird fee*

*for more information please visit ZSEM's official web site.