International Economic Relations, with a specialization International Business
The English-language specialization of International Business has been conducted at the Faculty of Economics for over 10 years. Each programme is composed of strong core and major subjects and an interesting range of electives. It deepens the knowledge in the most specific areas of international relations, such as:
microeconomics and macroeconomics,
international business transactions,,
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
Our programmes address different issues of international trade and intercultural approaches to international business. Students are encouraged to prepare their BA thesis in accordance with their particular interests. The tuition methods in Bachelor Degree Programmes include traditional lectures both by outstanding University professors and company practitioners, seminars, case study analysis, buzz groups and individual supervision for students’ thesis. The full-time programmes give students the theoretical knowledge of contemporary business environment. The Faculty of Economics offers more than 200 opportunities to go to universities in different countries each year, it includes double diploma programmes in the EU.
Choosing the International Business specialization you have the opportunity to:
- 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 Korea, Russia, Ukraine;
- obtaining an international certificate in the Refinitiv Eikon 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;
- obtaining a double degree at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria Campus in Steyr.
International Business studies give their participants access to exceptional knowledge, skills and expertise about strategic and global business management, marketing, financial issues as well as specific insights into business system.
The programme offers students comprehensive understanding of the complexities in the field of international business and prepares the students for challenging positions in various areas of international business. The graduates achieve recognizable diploma and may continue the studies at the MA level of international business.
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.
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