Finance and Banking

Globalization has made all forms of commerce much easier throughout the world, which has allowed for the growth of trade and other operations. Along with this, the fields of banking and finance have also sharply grown. These changes have raised the demand for highly-qualified workers in finance and banking, people who are able to help economies and trade grow.

The main activities of the Department of Finance and Banking include preparing these highly-qualified workers, who have a deep knowledge of the theories and practicalities of finance. The academic programs were created so that our graduates can successfully carry out business in the international arena and help them form entrepreneurial and communications skills.

History

The Department of Finance and Banking was founded in 2012. The first 13 graduates complete their studies in the 2015-2016 academic year. Currently, 123 students study in the program, with an additional 24 students in the preparatory year.

Students are accepted into the program based on licences and test scores. The popularity of this program among incoming accepted students should be mentioned, and thus the Department of Finance and Banking has been the top choice of some of the best students entering Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University.

In the past several years, the Department has been led by Professor Kerim Ozdemir, PhD (2012-2013), Professor Recep Tari, PhD (2013-2014), and Assistant Professor Celaleddin Serinkan, PhD (2013-2017).

Mission & Vision

Globalization has made all forms of commerce much easier throughout the world, which has allowed for the growth of trade and other operations. Along with this, the fields of banking and finance have also sharply grown. These changes have raised the demand for highly-qualified workers in finance and banking, people who are able to help economies and trade grow.

The main activities of the Department of Finance and Banking include preparing these highly-qualified workers, who have a deep knowledge of the theories and practicalities of finance. The academic programs were created so that our graduates can successfully carry out business in the international arena and help them form entrepreneurial and communications skills.

Program Objectives

Our objectives include improving academic staff, training people who can teach theoretical knowledge in banking and finance, and offering classes in information technology, language, and entrepreneurship that add to the skills of our graduates. These skills help our graduates work in Central Asia and abroad. 

The banking and finance sector is a growing sector, especially after globalization, and the number of opportunities for employment is still rising in contrast to other sectors. This trend is more obvious in Central Asia. Banks, stock markets, finance departments in the public sector as well as in the private sector require a well equipped and trained workforce. Besides, banking and finance is a prestigious occupation and working conditions are comparatively better. These areas of activity are much wider, including insurance companies, accounting and auditing companies, universities, research companies etc. Entrepreneurial courses are designed to help students evaluate risks and to set up new businesses.

Administration: 

List of Administration
Chair
Professor Hakan Cetintas, PhD
Vice Chair
Assistant Professor Kamalbek Karymshanov, PhD
Vice Chair
Assistant Professor Dastan Aseinov, PhD
Secretary of the Department
Gulzat Kerezbek kyzy