International Business covers different areas of study. All of the courses create a comprehensive and challenging bachelor program.

COURSES: 


FIRST YEAR

SECOND YEAR

THIRD YEAR

-   Mathematics

-   Microeconomics

-   Fundamentals of marketing

-   Elements of law

-   Contemporary Polish & European Culture

-   European integration

-   Fundamentals of quantitative methods

-   Information technology

-   Accountancy

-   Macroeconomics

-   Fundamentals of management

-   Intellectual property rights

-   Sports

-   Foreign language

-   Fundamentals of finance

-   Applied banking I & II

-   International economics

-   Tax strategies

-   Positive psychology

-   Business clusters - an international perspective

-   International finance

-   Statistics

-   International trade policy

-   Corporate finance &
business analysis

-   International transactions

-   Business in Europe

-   Elective course

-   Foreign language

-   Seminars

-   International marketing

-   Marketing research on international markets

-   Project management and fundraising

-   Applied quantitative methods for business development and analysis

-   International logistics

-   International organizations

-   Doing business in Africa

-   International strategic business analysis

-   Business correspondence

-   Elective course

-   Seminars




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