International Economic Relations, with a specialization International Business
- international marketing,
- international business transactions,,
- international settlements,
- law courses: fundamentals of law, civil and business law in international trade,,
- managerial courses: international business management, knowledge management, project management, tourism and hospitality management, public speaking and business negotiations, etc.
BENEFITS OF STUDYING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
- acquiring knowledge and skills necessary in professional work on the analysis of international economic and social phenomena, taking into account cultural differences;
- attending classes carried out in cooperation with business practitioners;
- studying within the ERASMUS + program, which is used by nearly 200 students of our faculty every year;
- going to study in one of many countries in the world with which the faculty has signed a bilateral agreement, e.g. USA, China, Japan, South Corea, Russia, Ukraine;
- obtaining an international certificate in the Refinitiv computer lab (formerly Thomson Reuters Data Suite);
- demonstrate activity for the academic community in numerous student organizations, scientific circles, AIESEC;
- attend classes in modern auditoriums, teaching rooms and computer laboratories;
- using databases and global publications, student zones, public computer stations, free Wi-Fi and an E-student system in which you can handle almost all student matters;
- learning using specialized computer programs used in various industries, like SAP - logistics, OSTC laboratory - finances, Statistica and SPSS - statistical data analysis;
- free use of Microsoft and IBM programs;
- obtain a double degree at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria Campus in Steyr.
School-leaving certificate/high-school diploma grades: English language (0,6) and one of the following subjects (0,2) – Social Studies, Geography, History, Mathematics, Computer Studies.
Recruitment procedures for a given field of study in full-time studies take into consideration the best grade in the appropriate subject in a candidate’s high-school diploma (exam). In the event of there being no such grade, condiseration will be given to the grade given on the candidate’s school-leaving certificate, multiplied by a factor of 0.6, and then by the factor prescribed for the subject within the given field of studies.
Limit przyjęć zostanie podany po zatwierdzeniu przez Senat.