Capital budgeting, short-term financing, project evaluation: Full-time MBA finance module gives new perspectives


“Angelo Corelli, the lecturer of the full-time MBA Finance module, was very energetic and taught us not only the theory of finance but also how to evaluate stock markets and projects. The module provided me with a lot of new information and gave me new perspectives.”

This is how current full-time MBA student, Serpil Meto, described the recently completed Finance module. “Angelo always took recent developments in finance into consideration when explaining the theory which was much appreciated by all the students. For me it was also valuable to learn more about capital budgeting, short term financing and project evaluation.”

During the finance module the full-time MBA students were introduced to key topics in corporate financial management, with a focus on valuation and value creation. Topics included time value of money, the valuation and role of debt and equity, capital budgeting/project evaluation techniques, company valuation, cost of capital and capital structure decisions, and working capital management (short-term financing). To address issues and tasks which are commonly faced by corporate decision makers, the students were presented with a conceptual framework for understanding and innovatively applying these concepts. To apply the theory into practice the students worked in groups on real business cases and intensive in-class applied assignments.  

Would you like to join the full-time MBA? The next intake will start on 27 September 2021. Have a look at the program page for all the details about the curriculum, the Career and Personal Development Track, the specializations, the available scholarships and upcoming deadlines.

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