International Management

Educational goals

The graduate will be able to: – critically compare the views of standard economic models at key economic categories and mechanisms, and evaluate their impact on the firm, – identify, classify and interpret economic data, including their explicit and implicit assumptions in the application of probability methods, – run a quantitative and qualitative analysis of economic data, – use the information technology and software support for organisational and presentational activities.

Profile of the graduate

The graduate at the follow-up master level has knowledge of: – economic concepts and categories, and understands the connection between them in the context of major economic theories and schools of economics, – mathematical-statistical methods applicable in business data processing, – the legislative framework of legal entities, including the tax framework and methods of accounting data compilation, – the principles of investment and financial decision-making, – current management approaches, business activities and processes, including the methods, tools, and technologies (IT) to control them, – knowledge relevant to the preparation for managerial positions.


Study programme
International Management (N0413A050030)
Type of study
Postgraduate Master
Form of study
Length of study
Awarded degree

Courses of International Management programme

1. semester

2. semester

3. semester

4. semester

More details

Contact: Maršíková Kateřina, doc. Ing. Ph.D.,

Refer to STAG for complete information