Graduate Program +2: Placement Exams - University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business

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Differential exams

In accordance with the enrolment requirements, the differential exams are a condition for enrolment in the first year of the master's study programmes for those candidates, who have completed the study programme for obtaining a professional degree or a study programme for obtaining a university degree in other professional (non-related) fields.

Differential exams are a prerequisite for enrolment and must be passed by candidates BEFORE enrolment.

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Timetable

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Price

The costs for the course including the exam (3 attempts) are 150 EUR each.

Course: Microeconomics 1

Prof. dr. Polona Domadenik, prof. dr. Matjaž Koman

Prescribed literature:
Robert Pindyck, Daniel Rubinfeld: Microeconomics

A student must study the required literature himself before the consultations.

Course: Introduction to Business

prof. dr. Metka Tekavčič, prof. dr. Darja Peljhan, prof. dr. Mojca Marc

Prescribed literature:

  • Davila, A. & Oyon, D. (2009): Malea fashion district. How successful managers use financial information to grow organizations. 2nd edition. Vease Ediciones (MFD further in the text) - Chapters 1-6. (later editions are also ok). The MFD textbook (and its supplementary material) is available online on www.maleafd.com and Amazon, as a Kindle edition on Amazon, hard copies are also available in the SEB’s library (CEK).
  • Lecture pages and slides on CANVAS
  • Sets of exercises on CANVAS

Additional literature:

Other textbooks from the field of management accounting also present most of the concepts covered in this course (but not all), and can be used instead of MFD. One example is Atrill, P. & McLaney, E. (2009): Management accounting for decision makers. For modules 6 and 7, textbooks from the field of financial accounting can be used; for module 5, textbooks from the field of microeconomics can be used as supplementary literature

A student must study the required literature himself before the consultations.

Course: Mathematics for Business and Economics (Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Sciences Programme only)

dr. Damjana Kokol Bukovšek, prof. dr. Liljana Ferbar Tratar

Prescribed literature:
Kokol Bukovšek D., Mojškerc B.:
Mathematics for Business Economics - Tasks and Exam Examples, EF 2014.
Bogataj, L., Ferbar, L.:
Mathematics 1 Part 1, EF 2003.
Bogataj, L., Ferbar, L.:
Mathematics 1 Part 2, EF 2004.
Hvalica, D., Ferbar, L., Bogataj, L.:
Selected Topics in Mathematics in Employment and Economic Sciences: Functions of Two Variables, Financial Mathematics, EF 2008.
Ferbar Tratar, L.:
Examples for preparing for the Business Mathematics Exam, EF 2010.

A student must study the required literature himself before the consultations.


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