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Finance Business Partner

Provide Finance analysis support for internal clients/Business Units. Elaborate finance reports on sales and business evolution. Build P and Ls and Finance update presentations for BU´s. Analyze information quality and integrity for budgeting purposes. Track actual progress versus plan and forecast for the for BU and areas assigned, provided meaningful explanations for variations. Obtain/gather, evaluate and present financial and contractual information in order to analyze commercial proposals.

Elaborate and design KPI for the business, generating value added contributions for decision making processes. Working in collaboration with BU teams (Marketing, Medical, Commercial, Access and Supply). Analyze ad-hoc business cases for strategic options, profitability and product launch situations. Look for growth and suggest efficiencies opportunities in BU processes.

Develop and maintain fluid relationship with key people in the organization and within Finance team. Develop and maintain a balance with BU Heads while bringing finance support also controlling the business. Despite not having direct reports, ability to work in teams with other areas and being to obtain the information needed to make the necessary analysis.

Build trust as business partner. Working experience in Pharma companies in controlling and FP and A positions for 3-5 years. Have a degree (or being close to have one) in Business Administration, Economy, Finance or Accounting. Experience with budgeting process and business evolution analysis. Medium to Advance English (speaking and writing) level.

Advance knowledge and expertise with Microsoft Office tools, SAP, HFM and TM1. Employment / Recruitment agents may only submit candidates for vacancies only if they have written authorization to do so from Shire, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda’s Talent Acquisition department. Any agency candidate submission may only be submitted to positions opened to the agency through the specific Agency Portal.

Shire, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda will only pay a fee for candidates submitted or presented where there is a fully executed contract in place between the Employment / Recruitment agents and Shire, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda and only if the candidate is submitted via the Agency Portal. Candidates submitted or presented by Employment / Recruitment Agents without a fully executed contract or submitted through this site shall not be deemed to form part of any Engagement for which the Agency may claim remuneration.

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The Bachelor Program Full-Time

The Bachelor Program in Civil Engineering is composed of three years of full-time academic study. The first year of the degree program present a broad, practical overview of the field of civil engineering. During this first year, presentation of the course material is primarily delivered at a foundational level with engineering fundamentals stressed and reinforced across the curriculum.

A strong understanding of practical and physical principles is fostered and promoted and an abundance of learning opportunities is provided to apply these fundamentals to the solution of real-world design scenarios that would be encountered by both technologists and engineers. Throughout the program, opportunities are presented to students to strengthen their graphical, written, and oral communication skills. A significant amount of time is directly related to hands-on training in material testing, surveying, manual and computer-aided drafting, and instruction in the use of engineering software tools.

The second and third year are mainly composed of basic engineering courses involving the study and application of the principles of geotechnical engineering (behavior of soils, design of foundations), structural engineering (analysis and design of reinforced concrete and steel structures), hydraulics engineering (flow of water in pipes, open channels, water resources), and the general systems approach to engineering problems. The final two years of the degree program are academically rigorous, with thorough investigation of the theoretical foundations of civil engineering science and design topics.

At the same time, the practical application of civil engineering knowledge is presented and applied through course assignments and project work. Additionally, the student is challenged to view the engineer's role from an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspective. The role of the engineer as a manager is also developed. In the final two years of the program, the student's educational experience is enriched through a series of liberal studies courses. To further develop engineering skills for professional practice, the degree concludes with the completion of a summer practice.

Students whose GPA is below 3.0 are obliged to enter the comprehensive exam. The program is open to candidates with a variety of backgrounds and interests. Candidates are eligible to apply, who are proficient in English, and have above average Grade Point Average. International students are encouraged to apply. To learn more about the application procedure, admission requirements, and financial aid, visit Epoka's Registrar menu or Admissions menu.

The students are also exposed to an introduction to construction management and economics which are essential to every practicing engineer. Summer practice at the end of the second and third year, and courses at the last year aim to provide a Civil Engineering perspective to students.

Curriculum of the program includes elective courses, which give an opportunity to students to improve their professional skills according to their interests. Some of them are nontechnical and free elective courses, the remaining are civil engineering electives. The requirements for a Diploma in Civil Engineering include the completion of minimum of 180 ECTS credits of formal course work and 60 days of approved practical training.

In the global industry, there is a strong demand for Civil Engineers particularly those who combine technical skills with good communication skills and team-work ability. Graduates of the department qualify for a responsible position in the civil engineering industry in analysis, design and construction management. Prospective employers include, but are not limited to, construction contractors, consulting firms, industrial firms and various government agencies.

Bachelor In Computer Engineering

The purpose of this study program, Bachelor in Computer Engineering and Information Technology, is to ensure the preparation of specialists in the field of computer engineering based on the most advanced programs of the time. The degree program has a unique course of study that gives students basic engineering concepts and through knowledge of the main features of the processing of the information systems, both in hardware and in the software.

The purpose of this study program, BSc in Computer Engineering and Information Technology, is to ensure the preparation of specialists in the field of computer engineering based on the most advanced programs of the time. The degree program has a unique course of study that gives students basic engineering concepts and through knowledge of the main features of the processing of the information systems, both in hardware and in the software.

In particular, computer literacy covering the basics of architecture of computers and computer systems, issues related to the project and the integration of hardware ans software systems, with in-depth knowledge of operating systems, programming languages, techniques and software engineering methods, principles and technologies for modeling, design and database management.

The Bachelor Program in Finance and Accounting aims at providing students with fundamental knowledge in the core fields of: Finance, Banking, Accounting and Auditing. This program is designed to prepare students to manage money and finance investment opportunities, achieve financial efficiency, leverage assets, and maximize investments. In addition it provides students the opportunity to develop analytical and quantitative capabilities—equipping them to pursue careers in the field of finance or accounting, focusing on investment analysis and management, banking, auditing, consulting and financial management.

Apart from the combination of theoretical and practical disciplines as well as finance and accounting, an additional value of this program of study is providing students with concentrated degrees in finance, banking, accounting and auditing, which makes it possible for a successful career both in finance and banking as well as in the relatedfield of accounting and auditing.

It incorporates computing, telecommunication technologies, and includes consumer electronics and broadcasting as it is getting more and more digitized. Spearheaded by the computer, the decades since the mid-1960s have been characterized by an extreme development. Since the late 1970s, cheap microelectronics have permitted the diffusion of these technologies into almost all aspects of daily life and have furthermore almost inextricably cross-fertilized and intermingled their multiple application branches, which include industry, commerce, administration, education, medicine, scientific and professional work, entertainment, and domestic work.

Nations with advanced IT-industries have realized that developing competence in information technologies including new media is essential, expensive, and difficult; large-scale IT systems are gaining economic feasibility and various national research and education programs for stimulating these developments are underway.

Graduate degrees


This website addresses questions typical of individuals interested in graduate study of economics. The website provides a centralized location for obtaining objective and comprehensive information about graduate training in economics.

The Ph.D. is the most advanced degree in the field of economics and is generally considered a research degree. Earning a Ph.D. typically involves several years of post-baccalaureate study, including advanced courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, quantitative analysis, and econometrics, followed by courses in the student's field of specialization.

The fields of specialization are classified by the Journal of Economic Literature. Offerings and strengths of faculty by field differ by Ph.D. program. Most programs require students to pass one or more examinations (often called preliminary, qualifying, or core examinations) before they are allowed to continue their Ph.D. studies by taking courses in their fields of specialization.

After all coursework is completed, students develop a research plan for a doctoral dissertation. In many Ph.D. programs the proposed research path is the subject of an oral examination before the research path is approved. The Ph.D. is awarded after successful defense of the doctoral dissertation, usually during a final oral examination.

The Master's degree in economics can be viewed as a terminal degree or as additional preparation (beyond the baccalaureate degree) for more advanced study. In some cases a Master's degree is routinely awarded after completion of a designated phase of a Ph.D. program.

Earning a Master's degree in economics typically involves two years of post-baccalaureate study, generally including courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, quantitative analysis, and econometrics. Terminal Master's degree requirements generally include completion of a Master's thesis.

An increasing number of universities offer joint Ph.D. degrees in economics and other fields. The most common of these are joint Ph.D/J.D. degrees and joint Ph.D.s in Economics and Finance. Some schools also offer joint Ph.D. degrees in Economics and Public Policy, in Economics and Statistics, and in Economics and Applied Mathematics. There are also many joint Master's degree programs that combine economics with other disciplines.

Students from a wide variety of backgrounds earn graduate degrees in economics. This includes economics and non-economics majors, those with and without prior graduate training, and those with and without prior economics employment experience.

To decide which program is the best fit, potential students should examine their own qualifications (including their GRE scores, their GPA, and their mathematical preparation) as well as the methodological approach, fields of specialization, predominant ideology, size of program, program culture (cooperative, competitive, etc.), typical time-to-degree, required examinations, financial aid, emphasis on mathematics, job prospects, and location of the programs to which they apply.

For those who wish to pursue academic careers, the availability of training in teaching methods during graduate school may also be a consideration.

Some applicants find it useful to contact students at their target programs to find out about current students' perceptions and experiences. Keep in mind that faculty tend to be fairly mobile throughout their careers, so it may be risky to choose a program out of a desire to work with one specific faculty member.