University-type non-public HEI
International Business Management
Social sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
2 years/4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
1750 Euro per semester
Degree awarded: 
Master in International Management
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 September, 2016
Day of semester start: 
Saturday, 15 October, 2016
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 
In addition to general economic knowledge, students learn various aspects of management in the context of international business activity. A creative approach to problem solving in business is developed. Other aspects include: the company and its economic environment, managing company potential, analysis and evaluation of company performance, short-term and long-term strategic decision-making processes.
Managerial Economics equips students with tools for making managerial decisions under different market structures. 
Strategic Management course is organized to show students how to  conduct strategic business analysis and make strategic business decisions.
Controlling course provides students with an overview of accounting methods and techniques used in the decision making processes which they will later apply to solve companies’ problems. 
Quality Management (TQM) is designed to familiarize students with methods, techniques and tools used to support quality management in businesses so that they will be able to formulate and interpret the requirements of the TQM philosophy and provide examples of successful application of this philosophy in the management practice.
Company Value Management prepares students to design value-based management systems as well as perform simple value-oriented business valuations and appraisals.
Supply Chain Management aims at familiarizing students with different supply chain business models in order to apply the appropriate cost accounting methods in supply chain controlling as well as recognize and manage the risk within supply chains.


Lectures are accompanied by workshops in computer labs.


  • Social Policy trains skills in social policy analysis through application of an analytical framework to the existing social policy programs;
  • Business Plan is based on the extensive use of case studies covering various business areas'
  • Negotiations provide students with the applications and special negotiating scenarios (multiple parties, coalitions and teams, cross-cultural negotiations, tacit negotiations and social dilemmas).
Students are offered internships.