|Faculty of Economics
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
|Recognised secondary education as prescribed by Act No. 49/2009, Coll. (not necessary for applicants from Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany and Slovenia).
Fluent English skills – level B2, no official certificate required.
Skype interview will be announced to students who have applied online and settled the application fee. Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
|FEE / ACADEMIC YEAR
|CZK 2000/USD 100 (application)
|Erasmus+ scholarship for mobilities available.
|BACHELOR DEGREE STUDY PROGRAMMES IN ENGLISH WILL NOT BE OPEN IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/2021.
|Production Management Economics and Management of Services
Recognition of previous international secondary school has to be completed at the Regional Authorities. This process must be completed before the resolution on acceptance is issued. Fee: 100 CZK.
The aim of Bachelor’s study of Business Administration is to prepare students to master a broad professional agenda in the field of business economics and management, including accounting and financing for enterprises operating in both manufacturing and service sectors. Students get a basic overview of corporate management, business management, marketing, finance and accounting, tax issues including legal awareness in the field of business and public services.
The specialization of Production Management provides graduates with a strong foundation with knowledge in process management in manufacturing organizations, including the acquisition of specific IT tools used for production planning and management. The graduates are also introduced with specific knowledge on tools and methods for managing modern logistics chains as well as with maintenance management and marketing of manufacturing companies.
The specialization of Economics and Management of Services is designed for graduates who find employment in the field of services, for example in the business sphere, information and communication services, finance, insurance, public administration, educational as well as health and cultural institutions. They gain insight into the functions and features of the various commercial and public service sectors, public sector financing, and marketing and accounting features in service organizations. Besides, they get acquainted with the information technologies used in services.
We reserve the right not to open both specializations if there are less than 8 admitted students in a specialization (specialization with more admitted students will be open).