International Business

Master degree center
1 year; 1.5 years
Mode of study

Specialized subjects:

  • Economy of Postindustrial Society
  • Balkans Business Culture
  • International Debt Management
  • International Investment Projects
  • TNC and the World Economy
  • Small Businesses and Innovative Business Approaches
  • Masters' Examination
  • Foreign Language – English (elective)
  • Foreign Language – German (elective)
  • Foreign Language – French (elective)
  • Foreign Language – Russian (elective)

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
The main objective of this programme is to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary for careers in a global and turbulent business environment. The courses are designed to help students understand how the world is interconnected through finance, marketing, operations, economics, and strategy. In the process of training students acquire in-depth scientific and specialized knowledge in the following directions:

  • Theoretical and practical issues in business economics;
  • Management and marketing of business organizations;
  • Market research, sales management and trade polities;
  • Anticrisis management, business consultancy and negotiations;
  • Development and management of international business programmes and projects;
  • Information systems, E-business, etc.;
  • Abilities to adapt to social, economic and technological changes.
  • Career possibilities for the masters in International Business.

Graduate students acquire the competences and qualifications to work in international business in the corporate or public sectors. The Master degree in International Business is a gateway to join the next generation of global business leaders in the industry, commerce, services, etc. or in the public and non-profit sectors. Graduates may hold positions such as:

  • Managers in private and public organizations;
  • Business analysts;
  • Analytical specialists in process management and economic processes;
  • Market research specialists in economic, organizational and managerial activities;
  • Positions in consultancy organizations and economic divisions of large corporations;
  • Specialists and experts in economics in governmental and non-governmental organizations.