İzmir, Turkey

International Finance

when 19 June 2016 - 2 July 2016
language Turkish
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 575

The objective of this course is to provide the students with information about the history of the international
monetary system and the problems, techniques and policies of financial decision making in an international
enterprises, to analyze foreign exchange markets, parity conditions and balance of payments.

Course leader

Associate Prof.Berna Kırkulak ULUDAĞ

Target group

Both graduate and undergraduate students

Course aim

At the end of this course  the learner is expected to;
‐ To know about balance of payments, current and capital account surplus and deficits
‐ To know about International Monetary System including World Bank, IMF
‐ To know about PPP, Fischer Effect, International Fischer Effect, Interest Rate Parity
‐ To know about forwards, futures, and options

Fee info

EUR 575: The program fee includes the following:

The tuition for the two week program. Within the two week period, students can attend only one course
Use of all venue facilities (e.g. computer lab, TV room, etc.)
Handouts, scripts and other relevant teaching material
Accommodation and half board for the two weeks. Students are accommodated in double rooms. The breakfasts, lunch and only two dinners are included.
Two company visits
Two excursions
İnternational Afternoon and Farewell Dinner
Transfers from/to the airport