Economics and Data Analytics (studies in Lithuanian)

Economics and Data Analytics – students of this programme learn to understand and analyse economic processes at all levels – from user behavior to global economic trends. You will gain knowledge that will help you understand how a company operates, how the country’s economy and leadership decisions affect business, and what changes global trends bring. Studies will open the doors to commercial and central banks, to international investment banking, auditing, insurance companies and other business enterprises.

After graduation you will be able answer these questions:

Does Lithuania need its own cryptocurrency? How to increase credit for business and individuals? What are some alternative financial services models?

Banks, Fintech

What measures the state should apply to ensure sustainability and economic growth? How to formulate a fiscal strategy? How to use monetary policy tools?

Government institutions

How to do a cost-benefit analysis? How to optimize costs? How to maximize revenue? By what means to carry out the analysis of the company’s economic and financial activities? How to diagnose corporate economic problems?

Economic, financial, consulting, audit

How to determine company’s value? How to diversify your investment portfolio? How to analyze large data arrays? How to improve, modify tools for data analytics?

Investment companies

ISM alumni work at these national and international companies

Executives of the largest international companies operating in Lithuania say ISM University provides highest quality education.

2019 Quarterly Lithuanian Investor Confidence Index Survey

General information

Duration

3.5 years

Study language

Degree

Bachelor of Social Sciences

Additional option – double degree

Study form

Part time in Lithuania and part time in Norway

Partner university

20%

on average higher salary compared to graduates of other LT universities

Data: Lithuanian Government Strategic analysis center, graduates of  economy, finance and management, 2017

1800 €

average salary after tax 2-3 years after graduation

Survey of ISM graduates 2019

98%

graduates would recommend studies at ISM to friends or family

98%

graduates are employed in their degree field

37%

lecturers from abroad

Every 3rd

owns a business

Subjects

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Lecturers

Aras Zirgulis
Associate Professor

Kristina Barauskaitė Griškevičienė
Assistant Researcher

Valdonė Darškuvienė
Professor

Aurelija Proškutė

Mindaugas Kavaliauskas

Anicetas Suchockis
Senior Lecturer

Maik Huettinger
Professor

Benas Adomavičius
Consultant-expert

Tuition fee

Number of credits

210

Semester tuition fee for EU students

2480 €

Semester tuition fee for non EU students

2600 €

Funding

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After graduation, you will be able to

Explain, analyze and model economic processes at micro and macro levels and manage them in a dynamic environment.

Explain

To improve tools of economic and financial indicator analysis, to adapt, apply analytical and forecasting methods to practical circumstances.

Improve

Apply the acquired professional competencies in the areas of organization economics, investment, finance and risk management and economic analysis and forecasting.

Apply

Predict economic scenarios, anticipate the economic consequences of decisions made in companies and organizations, and forecast potential changes in demand and supply.

Forecast

Develop competencies in data analytics, computer programming, data processing that are essential for economic phenomenon analysis and / or economic decision making.

Develop

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