Double MSc Quantitative Asset and Risk Management (ARIMA)


Area of Studies

business studies and management sciences



Degree (in English)

Master’s Degree

  • English
Course Duration

2 years/ 4 semesters

ECTS points



University of Economics in Katowice. 1 Maja 50, 40-287 Katowice

Tuition and Other Fees

  • Application fee 85 PLN

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Application Deadline(s)

For EU candidates: admissions is open from the beginning of April to the end of July For non-EU candidates: admissions is open from the beginning of April to the end of June

Course Description

Course Profile

Quantitative Asset and Risk Management (ARIMA) is an internationally oriented, full-time Master’s degree program delivered in English. The aim of the specialization is to offer an extensive know-how in the area of asset and risk management with a main focus on its practical applications.

The specialization aims at students with high affinity to quantitative aspects in finance and insurance.

The program gives an opportunity to get (besides the title “magister” from University of Economics in Katowice) a Double Degree diploma from one of following universities:

  • (Austria) University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna;
  • (Italy) University of Bologna;
  • (Italy) University of Florence;
  • (Romania) Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iaşi.

The studies are aimed at acquiring knowledge and competences by the students in the areas of:

  • quantitative methods and finance;
  • financial econometrics;
  • derivative pricing;
  • risk measurement;
  • asset management;
  • research methods;
  • asset liability management and risk management;
  • banks, insurances and pension funds;
  • private banking and family office;
  • compliance and regulatory reporting.

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Education Requirements

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