The study program of graduate academic business studies at Graduate School of Business Studies is oriented primarily towards microeconomic aspects of internal organizational, production and other business and development components of the business management. The purpose of the studies is that students who have completed undergraduate studies primarily expand and deepen their knowledge.
This study program provides students with theoretical knowledge in the field of economic fundamental science, as it is necessary to properly understand, master, learn and train to quickly engage in concrete and increasingly complex processes of business management. The study program is in line with modern international trends of education and science in the field of humanities and economic sciences. It is comparable to more study programs of well-known universities, primarily in Europe.
The program is aligned with the accredited programs of the following institutions:
- GGBS faculty in France (Grenoble Graduate Business School),
- LBS faculty in England (London Business School), and
- HBS from the USA, (Harvard Business School)
Upon completion of postgraduate studies, students acquire the following competencies:
- carrying out project assignments and managing research projects with the aim of successful company management;
- creating a better organizational structure of a company, reducing costs, maximizing profit, carrying out market research, introducing new technologies and production programs, creating a new vision of a company, improving marketing strategic approach and strategic management.
Degree (academic title)
Master of Economics
- Candidates eligible to apply to the master studies must have a degree in economics or a related college.
- Students should confirm the knowledge of business English by submitting a valid certificate or to take the exam before the Committee. The Committee is composed of three English language teachers, employed at John Naisbitt University. The Committee may on the basis of Certificate of passed exams in English allow the student not to take the test.
- Students also need to prove that they know how to use modern computer operating systems, especially MS Office. They can submit a valid certificate (e.g. ECDL) or demonstrate the knowledge to the Committee. The Committee is composed of three professors in computer science from John Naisbitt University. The Committee may on the basis of Certificate of passed exams allow the student not to take the test.
- Students must also submit a short resume.
The number of students who enroll in this program is aligned with teaching staff, physical, technical and technological capabilities of the Graduate School.
*The program requires a Serbian language pre-course, which is organized by the Center for career development, counseling and life-long learning within the University.The course lasts for two months from end August until October, and it costs 350EUR.
Courses and modules
At graduate academic business studies master, all students have two compulsory courses. Students can choose one of the two modules (International business; Management and business). All students who choose a particular module are required to attend the classes and pass two-course exams they have chosen. As for electives, there are four courses in each module and students choose two courses that they attend and take. After completing and passing compulsory and elective courses students can opt for the Final paper.
Compulsory subjects for both modules:
- The methodology of scientific research;
- Microeconomic analysis;
International business module subjects:
- International Business;
- Strategic marketing;
- Optional block:
- International Finance and Banking;
- Financial markets;
- Management in a Global Environment;
- Management of research and development of enterprises;
- EU Law
Management and business module subjects:
- Strategic Management;
- Management and leadership;
- Optional block:
- Mathematical Methods in Economics;
- Analysis and review of business;
- Human Resource Management;
- Communication and business organizations;
- Management in knowledge
- Final paper
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Last updated January 25, 2018