15 July 2022
Corporate Financial Analysis – An Integrated Approach
The course aims to give an overview of all the essential corporate financial principles, skills, and challenges that financial decision-makers would face in case of large investment projects. Besides the necessary methodological background, the course will take a rather practical approach in the form of an extensive, real-world-based case study. Participants will thus become familiar with the various tasks they have to solve and the interdependencies they have to be careful about, in order to make sound financial decisions.
Marcell Dülk is assistant professor at the Department of Finance and Accounting. He received his PhD in corporate finance and has been teaching and publishing in scientific journals in this field for several years. He was a manager at PwC Hungary.
BA and MA students, recent graduates
• understand the basic objectives and principles of financial decision-making
• be able to prepare a business plan for an investment project
• develop skills on synthesizing and translating relevant information for financial decision-making
• understand the requirements and implications related to debt financing
• be able to assess the economic attractiveness of a project
• improve professional teamwork, presentation, and argumentation skills
EUR 350: Fee includes: participation in one course , evening talk, certificate of participation, transcript for ECTS transfer (if requested, Wifi on campus , welcome reception.
Fee does not include: accommodation, travel to Budapest, local transportation, health insurance.
EUR 280: Early bird fee until 30 April 2020
No scholarship is available.