Economics and Management
Level of course unit: Master's
Faculty: Faculty of Business and Management
Academic year: 2019/2020
Qualification awarded: Ing. in the field "Economics and Management"
Level of qualification: Master's (2nd cycle)
Accredited from: 20.7.2005
Accredited until: 31.7.2019
Specific admission requirements: Condition for admitting is obtaining a bachelor's degree and pass successfully the admission exam as well.
Profile of the programme:
The European Business and Finance program builds on economic theories taught at master's degree level at various colleges and focuses on training professionals in the areas of entrepreneurship, business, and finance, particularly within the EU environment.
The students acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills in international context, designed to ensure their success in managerial positions anywhere in the European Union. Successful graduates of this programme will receive the title Ing. The element of internationality for this study is emphasized by the cooperation of universities from 3 EU Member States - Great Britain, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Key learning outcomes:
Graduates are profiled to carry out professionally and managerially challenging positions within businesses that operates mainly within the EU. Graduates of this program are able to analyze critically issues arising from business and finance processes and from business of international companies. They are able also to evaluate these processes and propose standard strategic and operational managerial, financial and business solutions obtained by theoretical study, practical knowledge and skills. Graduate understands to the basic legal, administrative and political processes in the EU by the acquisition of practical managerial skills in an environment of international companies
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
Manager of international business entities that operates mainly in the European Union.
Mode of study
Programme supervisor: doc. Ing. et Ing. Stanislav Škapa, Ph. D.
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