Study programme: MA Programme of Management Sciences
Study field: Management
Specialization: International Business
Level of qualification / Professional Title: Master of Management
Access to further studies: PhD’s study programmes
Mode of study: full time
Number of semesters (for full-time): 4
Number of ECTS credits required to complete studies: 120
Begin: October 2021 (full-time)
Semester Tuition Fee: 900 EUR
Deadlines: Admission procedure for the winter semester 2021/2022 starts on 7/6/2021 and lasts till 17/9/2021.
What will you learn:
By studying International Business you will gain theoretical and practical knowledge of modern management tools in conditions of global and cross-border economy. You will become familiar with the essential concepts of management, economy, finance and law. You will also develop business skills that play a key role in a successful international career. International Business is an opportunity to gain a solid foundation in management particularly in international perspective and it also offers constant contact with professional business English.
Your career prospects:
International Business studies will provide you with specialized training to become a professional manager in the field. As a highly qualified expert, you will have the prerequisite skills for employment in national and international corporations as well as ability to undertake your own business activity. Thanks to the wide range of specialized subjects our graduates acquire unique knowledge and practical skills valued by employers in many areas.
Piotr Dziwiński, PdD
Department of Management
A list of selected courses:
Ethics in management
Intellectual and industrial property protection
Foreign language II
Sociology of organization and management
Psychology in management
Foreign language II
Business process management
European competition policy
Business process management in the EU
Business environment of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
Management of international companies
International economic relations
Find out more about the studies here.
Published: 11 April 2016