International business

International business

Specialty

First cycle

International business specialty at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALTY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CREATED?
International business specialty is designed for people who wish to be active in international markets and are looking for practical skills and knowledge in this area.

FUTURE-ORIENTED EDUCATION
Europeanisation and globalisation of our economy are inevitable phenomena for which companies should prepare themselves, among others by recruiting qualified managers. By studying this specialty, you will learn about customs, taxation, financial transfers, and other rules that are useful for conducting exchanges between the EU countries and its economic partners around the world.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
Thanks to the studies at UEM you will:

  • Gain the skills to run an international business,
  • Learn economic, financial, legal, and social foundations of business,
  • Learn the principles of effective business management.

Courses

Courses

The programme of education of three-years full-time and part-time first-cycle studies (Bachelor) in Management includes the following courses:

COURSES OF THE SPECIALTY (obligatory)

Organisation of commercial activity

Basics of computer graphics

Taxation in Poland and in the chosen EU countries

Sales techniques and customer service

EU customs systems

International marketing

International financial settlements

International political relations

Negotiations and business ethics

EU law

Capital and money market

Diploma seminar

International economic organisations

Enterprise planning and business plan

Energy and raw materials policy

Freight forwarding and international transport

Management of a foreign trade enterprise

BASIC AND MAJOR COURSES FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES (OBLIGATORY):

English language

Mathematics

Microeconomics

Basics of law

Basics of management

Psychology

Logistics

Marketing research

Organisational science

Basics of finance and banking

Basics of marketing

Information technology

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Corporate finance

Statistics

Economic law

Accounting

Information systems in management

Quality management

Production and service management

Projects management

Market analysis

Databases

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Vocational training

Organisational behaviour

Environmental management

Human resources management