International Economic Relations

Faculty of Management
4 years
Mode of study

Specific courses:

  • International Economics;
  • International Business;
  • Foreign Trade Policy;
  • Developments on International Markets and Pricing;
  • Diplomatic Relations;
  • Project Management;
  • Economic Analysis of International Companies;
  • International Marketing and Advertising;
  • International Finance;
  • Comparative Economic Systems;
  • International Logistics;
  • European Economic Integration;
  • International Management;
  • Business Practice.

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
This programme is focused on building competences and skills to manage the company’s business related to globalization process. The future specialists are trained to develop strategies and plans to launch products in international markets, manage financial resources and relations with international partners.

Employment opportunities upon graduation:
Successfully graduated students are able to find employment in:

  • all economic entities, establishing and maintaining international relations in the field of foreign trade;
  • international banking;
  • exchange of services;
  • international transport and forwarding;
  • international insurance;
  • representative offices of foreign companies;
  • international companies;
  • international tourism;
  • international organizations, etc.