Investment & Financing
1. Fundamental concepts in finance; 2. Time value of money; 3. Static and dynamic investment calculations (static and dynamic amortization calculation, capital value, Internal rate of return and modified internal rate of return, annuities, capital value index etc.); 4. Project Cash Flows; 5. An overview of forms of financing; 6. Self-financing (in particular: shares, stock exchange, equity market); 7. External financing (in particular: bonds, bank loans, supplier credit); 8. Innovative forms of financing (venture capital, business angels, crowdfunding etc.); 9. Cost of capital, in particular: WACC
Project Management & IT (Bachelor)
Language of instruction
After having successfully completed the course, students are able to apply the "time value of money concept" to cash flows (incl. annuities). Using dynamic investment calculation methods, students will be able to evaluate the use of financial resources for investment plans and projects within the scope of case studies and list the advantages and disadvantages of different forms of business financing.