The aim of the program is to prepare specialists in economics and business using the basic skills acquired in the fields of international-, micro- and macroeconomics, international politics, European integration, international law, regional studies, civilization/globalization and their chosen specialisation enable them to analyse, plan, make decisions and control the activities of business organisations and institutions in an international context.
The program provides education at a Masters level and as such, it expects students to arrive with a sound theoretical basis acquired in their earlier Bachelors studies. The program aims to expand the knowledge acquired at a Bachelors level, and intends to teach students how to put the acquired skills into practice. This purpose is reached in two types of courses: Lecture-type courses are offered with the aim of presenting theoretical issues, whereas practice-oriented seminar-type courses are launched with the purpose of giving room to debates, interactive discussions, and group or individual presentations on current and relevant topics of the field.
The program provides students with the necessary background knowledge and they can continue their studies in our doctoral (PhD) program.
Students of the program have the option to spend one academic semester at a partner institution of our Faculty in the frame of ERASMUS, bilateral European and overseas programs. The credits gained at the host institution can be accepted in the Masters program. The Faculty has Erasmus mobility arrangements with over 25 universities of EU member states and several others outside the EU to which students can apply for.
a) Students who graduate in the Masters program acquire or know
b) Students who complete the Masters course are able to