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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

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Bachelor in Economics and Finance (BEF)

Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University (FSV UK)
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

As the program exposes students to topics in mathematical economics, mathematical statistics and finance, applicants are required to have an excellent background in highschool mathematics. Prior knowledge of economics or finance is an advantage but it is not required. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. As the program exposes students to topics in mathematical economics, mathematical statistics and finance, applicants are required to have an excellent background in highschool mathematics. Prior knowledge of economics or finance is an advantage but it is not required. In addition, applicants should have a good command of English corresponding at least to B2 level under the CEFR system and they should be capable of reading textbooks of economics and mathematics without difficulties. Mandatory courses introduce the students to microeconomics, macroeconomics and provide students with nontrivial tools of mathematical analysis and statistics. Mandatory courses are intended to give a broad overview of major topics in economics and finance, and to provide a solid background for further studies of specialized elective courses. Elective courses cover a wide range of specific areas in economics and finance, which allows the students to specialize in the field of their interest. The topics include finance and banking (e.g. introductory banking, financial accounting, international finance, public finance), management (e.g. strategic management, financial management), economic policy (e.g. economic policy, global financial crisis), international trade and European economic integration. We also offer courses in complementary areas (e.g. history of economic thought, game theory and political economy, introduction to sociology). The open day will take place at the Institute of Economic Studies (IES, Opletalova 26, Prague 1) on 6. 1. 2017 at 9 a.m. and 9. 6. 2017 at 9 a.m. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria In addition to the application form, the applicant must provide the following documents: 1. Copy of a diploma to show completed secondary studies, or confirmation of ongoing secondary studies in the academic year that those studies will be completed; 2. Transcript of marks and academic results from previous secondary studies; 3. CV 4. Document showing level achieved in English language. 5. Document showing level achieved in mathematics. 6. Motivation letter. Knowledge of English : Applicants who are native speakers of English or whose high school studies were conducted in English do not need to provide evidence of their level of English. Other applicants should provide results either from IELTS (minimum required points: 6.5; in addition, 6.5 points from at least three components), or from TOEFL (minimum required points: 90) or from an equivalent test (e.g. CAE). Knowledge of mathematics: Another pre-condition for acceptance is to reach the required number of points set by the Dean for that particular academic year, through the following options: - Predicted or final mark in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Group 5 – Mathematics. The required minimum from the overall predicted or final IB score is 32 points, or - General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (A Levels), one of which is Maths, or - College Scholastics Ability Test (Suneung), or - SAT test (Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing), or SAT Subject test Math Level 1, or SAT Subject test Math Level 2, or - The ACT Composite test, or - SCIO Mathematics, or - Final exam in mathematics from UJOP, Charles University, Podebrady, with a required minimum of 75 points. Only test results from within the previous two years can be accepted. An alternative to these tests is to have passed the course JEB122 Introductory Mathematics at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. Confirmation of studies may be substituted with a transcript of marks, provided that these are from the same academic year as the application. All documents which are not originally in Czech, Slovak or English must be accurately translated into English. Conditions for admission The admissions commission will assess applicants on the basis of the documents submitted and give a ranking from 1-10 points. The point limit for accepting applicants is set by the Dean. A pre-condition for being accepted is the completion of secondary education. Applicants who undertook secondary studies abroad must have these studies officially validated in the Czech Republic. Information on the exercise of graduates Bachelors graduates are qualified to undertake intemediate-level quantitative analysis and modeling in economics and finance. The program is designed to be equivalent to the undergraduate programs in Economics and Finance in the top universities in the EU, including a significant part of mathematics and statistics. Bachelors graduates are familiar with the essential economics knowledge and quantitative skills, as well as detailed knowledge about particular fields such as financial markets, banking, international trade and finance, public economics and economic policy-making. The level of instruction and requirements in the core courses facilitate easy transfers of the graduates into top Masters programs in Economics and Finance in the EU. [-]

Bachelor of Business, Economics and Management

Matej Bel University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Slovakia Banská Bystrica

The graduate of the Bachelor programme “Business Economics and Management” is able to make use of the acquired knowledge in economics, quantitative methods, law, management and marketing. Their knowledge is extended in business planning, production management, international trade, financial analysis and entrepreneurship in small and medium sized enterprises. [+]

"Business Economics and Management" (BEM) is the English equivalent of the study programme "Ekonomika a manažment podniku" (in the Slovak language). From the academic year 2005/2006, this programme is taught in English with full accreditation according to Slovak Law. The graduate of the Bachelor programme “Business Economics and Management” is able to make use of the acquired knowledge in economics, quantitative methods, law, management and marketing. Their knowledge is extended in business planning, production management, international trade, financial analysis and entrepreneurship in small and medium sized enterprises. They are also trained to get skills in professional communication in English and practical skills in information technology. The graduates are also able to solve intermediate problems in calculations, budgets, planning and organizing of business processes. They have knowledge of basic managerial relations in business functions and a solid base to apply their knowledge especially in small and medium sized businesses. Application Form Please, fill in the appropriate application form, sign it and enclose following documents: - curriculum vitae - payment of admission fee and document of payment - photocopy of passport and Applicants from EU countries: - secondary school leaving certificate (for study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for study of Master - second degree) translated to english - notarized copy Applicants from countries outside EU: - secondary school leaving certificate (for study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for study of Master - second degree) TRANSLATED to english and SUPERLEGALIZED - it means comfirmed by Ministry of education, Ministry of Foreign affairs, Ministry of Justice and Slovak Embassy. For applicants from the countries that have ratified the Convention on Demand of Higher Authorisation of Public Records Cancellation applicable in the Slovak Republic, one special certificate (apostille) granted by the competent authority will be sufficient for approval of the education certificate plausibility. Please, send all documents by: MARCH 31, 2017 Appliaction form with all necessary documents has to be send by post to the following address: Faculty of Economics, Matej Bel University Diana Hiadlovská Study department Tajovského 10 975 90 Banská Bystrica Slovakia contact person: Diana Hiadlovská - email: diana.hiadlovska@umb.sk [-]

Bachelor in International Business Economics

Budapest Metropolitan University
Campus Full time 6 - 7 semesters September 2017 Hungary Budapest

Today, being an expert of your local economy is no longer enough. All countries and companies are in great need of business and communication professionals who understand the key challenges and issues of international economic relations, and are able to move quickly to exploit emerging opportunities. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. Today, being an expert of your local economy is no longer enough. All countries and companies are in great need of business and communication professionals who understand the key challenges and issues of international economic relations, and are able to move quickly to exploit emerging opportunities. If you are seeking to enter this field, the International Business Economics program of Metropolitan offers all that is needed for you to acquire the necessary skills: secure knowledge of economic and business matters, fluent command of a second language for professional purposes, thorough practical and work experience. Our extensive partnerships with multinational companies provide you with the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the world of international business. Our graduate students leave school as well-trained business experts with professional command of at least two foreign languages, ready to achieve success and immediate results in the international business scene. Join us in the flow of international economy! THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO: 
…are well informed and with a keen interest in the world of international business, politics and the media; who look to find their future career in an international environment and who are open to exposure to foreign cultures. Future students should also be able to use two foreign languages for most personal needs, and are expected to turn their language skills into an important asset for both their future career and for their employees. CORE SUBJECTS: International Economics; EU Integration Studies; International Finance; International Transactions; Multicultural Management; International Marketing; Presentation Skills Development Training; Rhetoric; International Protocol and Etiquette; Negotiation Techniques; International Business Strategies and Competitiveness; EU Policies; Globalization and Regional Economics; International Economic Organizations SPECIALIZATIONS*: Organization management Global commercial management *Specializations are launched only if the minimum of 15 students wish to join the specialization. Are you interested in getting 2 degrees? In just 3.5 years you can get an International Business Economics BA degree from Metropolitan as well as an International Business BA degree from Coventry University. OUR ACHIEVEMENTS: A 4-person team of our International Business Economics BA Program has won the EBMC – European Start-up Simulation Cup and all the members have individually achieved prize-winning places during the final competition in Stuttgart. Metropolitan-TATA Scholarship: One of the world’s biggest technology provider companies, TATA Consultancy Services, in a long-term strategic cooperation with Metropolitan, offers the TATA scholarship for students enrolled in this program. The scholarship covers the full tuition fee for one semester. CAREER PROSPECTS: international economics expert at national or multinational companies and corporations communication expert at international organizations expert in the state sector journalist covering economic issues Qualification as specified in the degree certificate: Economist in International Business Head of the program: Miklós Vásáry PhD, habil
associate professor “Once I knew I wanted to conti­nue my stu­dies in Budapest, I was looking for a uni­versity that could provide me with quality education. Upon my search, I’ve found the website of Metro­politan University (back then BKF), and I really liked their choice of programs and what their programs offer. I am currently enrolled for the program International Business Economics, and I am happy to say that this program fully met my expectations. The student life is great, for me the most memorable event has to be the Welcome Weekend, I had so much fun. I met most of my friends there and we still talk about those days from time to time. If I want to recall a memorable moment that happened to me at Metropolitan, I would tell you all the things that happened to me at the Welcome Weekend. But if I’m being completely honest, every day has its memorable moment. The opportunity to learning new concepts, getting to know people or creating a stronger bond with friends is one of those things that makes my day unique.” Dina Sara Kovacs
student of our International Business Economics BA program from Canada “The Certificate of the International Business Economics BA Program implies a widely versatile knowledge. Our graduates are able to perform well at the most diverse positions in the domestic or international business industry, or even start a career in the civil sphere and in the field of economic diplomacy. In terms of opportunities for further education, graduates of the program can prosper in the realm of business, communication, and social sciences.” László Vass PhD, habil, CSc, 
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Bachelor in Economics and Business: Curriculum Economics, Markets and Finance

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Venice

This Bachelor's Degree Programme provides students with a flexible and multi-purpose education, based on a grounding in economic, mathematical-statistical, business and legal issues, in order to have a general overview of economic phenomena. [+]

Level of qualification First Cycle Degree Programme (Ministerial Decree no. 270/2004) Ministerial Degree Code L-33 (Economics) Head of Studies Prof. Alberto Urbani (Teaching Committee Coordinator) Prof. Jan Van Der Borg (Coordinator for the Economics of Tourism curriculum) Access to the programme Limited entry: 420 places available Entry test Test of logic/mathematics and Italian/general culture. Furthermore, a certified knowledge of English language at least at a B1 level is required. For the Economics, Markets and Finance curriculum: mathematics test in English. Furthermore, a certified knowledge of English language at least at a B2 level is required. Admission requirements In addition to a successful outcome of the admission test, a previous suitable background is required: each curriculum needs a specific knowledge, which the student should have before enrolling the university, in order to attend the course successfully. If the results of the test are negative, the student can enroll, but he/she receives a supplementary educational debt (OFA), which means that the student must fill any gaps in his/ her background through specific activities organized by the University. More information on OFA for this programme is available on this webpage. Learning outcomes The Bachelor's degree programme in Economics and Business aims to provide students with: the necessary knowledge to understand and critically analyse the economic phenomena at various levels (macroeconomic, market, enterprise); useful competencies to deal with the economic problems faced by private companies and public bodies; the required knowledge to successfully continue their studies, enrolling in a Master's degree or Professional Master's programme. This Bachelor's Degree Programme provides students with a flexible and multi-purpose education, based on a grounding in economic, mathematical-statistical, business and legal issues, in order to have a general overview of economic phenomena. Three different curricula are activated, two of which aim to analyse the different economic institutions. In particular the second, symmetrical to the first, provides for certain English-taught courses, starting from the 2nd year of study). The third curriculum is focused on the touristic sector. Internships and a final exam complete the formative course. Occupational profiles First Cycle graduates in Economics and Business, depending on the curriculum chosen, may be employed as consultants in the economic field or operate professionally in the tourism public and private sector, independently and actively fulfilling their tasks. Curricula available Economics and Business (Italian) Economics, Markets and Finance (fully taught in English) Economics of Tourism (Italian) Attendance Open attendance Examination assessment and graduation The educational activities include classroom teaching, workshops and internships, in order to acquire wide-ranging skills that can be readily transferable into the world of work. During the whole university career, the various skills acquired will be assessed through written and oral examinations. The degree exam consists in writing a paper/thesis, that will be evaluated through methods similar to those of a written exam but not in the presence of the student. Should the supervisor deem the oral discussion of the thesis to be necessary, he/she may require it. Access to further studies Professional Master’s Programmes (1st level) and Second Cycle Degree Programmes [-]

Bachelor in Logistics Management (Economics)

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Netherlands Arnhem

The Bachelor in Logistics Management program trains you to become a distribution and logistics specialist in the modern business world. During the course you study current international business practices and the latest trends in logistics and management. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. Bachelor in Logistics Management (Economics) A rock band is on tour and is scheduled to perform in 9 different sports stadiums. Customers at a music store receive a free DVD during a special summer sale. Humanitarian aid is sent abroad after a natural disaster. All these activities demand a good logistics manager. Enrol in the Logistics Management course at Arnhem Business School and become such a manager. Course Start September 2017 February 2017 Factors for success Before starting the course, it’s important that you: Have made a well-informed decision about your degree course Are motivated and enthusiastic about studying Are in a good position to study (e.g. you have enough time and money, good housing, and good mental and physical health) Are prepared to spend a year doing a work placement and studying abroad Have studied the following subjects in your prior education: accounting, mathematics, economics and foreign languages Have a good command of English Are ‘worldwise’ and mature During the course, it’s important that you: Can structure information at an academic level Can reason and apply knowledge creatively at an academic level Can study independently and effectively Can reflect on your own actions Can communicate well with others Have an open mind towards people from other cultures Are flexible in working with others You will also need a number of special talents/interests: The ability to think in structures and processes Quantitative skills A team player mentality Good computer skills Distribution and logistics specialists The Logistics Management Bachelor’s course trains you to become a distribution and logistics specialist in the modern business world. During the course you study current international business practices and the latest trends in logistics and management. You also develop practical skills that will be essential on the job. As a Logistics Management graduate you can identify and analyse problems in the production and distribution processes of goods and services. You can also design practical solutions to meet your employer’s needs. Logistics Management graduates find middle management jobs in many fields, including purchasing, production, marketing, automation and cost control. Unique course During your Bachelor’s course you focus on logistics but also learn about marketing and its relationship to logistics. Marketing is a unique aspect of this Bachelor’s degree. It gives you a broader and more marketable business background. You also acquire management and organisation skills with a strong emphasis on internationalisation. During your study abroad and work placement abroad, you also get the chance to experience a different cultural environment. This international experience will certainly boost your global career opportunities. Study and work placement abroad During the course you are required to spend two semesters abroad in two different countries. One of these semesters is a work placement, during which you gain international work experience and sharpen your intercultural communication skills. This experience will increase your future employment opportunities. Learning environment You are taught by international lecturers in small groups of 30 students. Courses are practical and project-oriented. You receive plenty of individual attention from your lecturers. They help you with your course work. They will also help you get settled at HAN and in the Netherlands. Course participants come from Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America. This international mix will stimulate you to think beyond the boundaries of your own culture and will prepare you for an exciting career in an international, multicultural setting. General course structure Each year is divided into two semesters and each semester is divided into two terms. You will be assessed throughout the academic year and will have exams at the end of each term. You do five to six modules per semester and are involved in interactive group projects aimed at developing your practical skills. Admissions To start a Bachelors degree course at Arnhem Business School, you have to meet certain criteria. You need to have completed an adequate level of secondary education. As the course is taught in English, a sufficient level of fluency in English is needed as well. Secondary education To be admitted you need a certificate of secondary education such as: Havo / vwo: subject requirements see 'For Dutch students only: Toelating havodiploma en Toelating Vwo-diploma' MBO (level 4) International Baccalaureate Abitur or Fachhochschulreife High school, A or B grades Sekolah Menegah Atas (SMA) General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE - A level) You should have a certificate at secondary level showing good grades in Mathematics. Fluency in English A sufficient level of fluency in English is a prerequisite for admission to this course, for example: An IELTS score of at least 6.0 or A TOEFL score of at least 79-80 (Internet based) A Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Proficiency of English (CPE) Please note: You may be invited to a Skype interview as part of your admission process. If you take a TOEFL test, you can ask ETS TOEFL to send us your score directly by using the HAN University of Applied Sciences code: 7832. Languages Dutch and Spanish start at beginners’ level. French and German start at intermediate level and require two to three years of previous training. French is available only for students starting in September, not to February starters. 1st year course exemptions If you have studied subjects related to this course at another institute of higher education, you may be eligible for an exemption of 1st year subjects. Exemptions are only granted if these subjects closely resemble ours. The Board of Admissions will review your application for each individual exemption. The board’s decision will be finalised only after the start of course. To apply for course exemptions or for admission to a higher year, you must meet the following requirements: 1. A good command of both written and spoken English, over and above the ability to follow the lectures, i.e.: An IELTS score of at least 6.5 A TOEFL score of at least 90-91 (internet based) A Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Proficiency of English (CPE) 2. Successful completion of more than one year of higher education, with subjects in business, management, logistics, finance or communication. You must provide official transcripts of grades (stamped by the institute of higher education), with detailed course descriptions and reading list. [-]

Bachelor Degree in Business Economics and Management

Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel University in Brno
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Czech Republic Brno

This study area prepares graduates for holding line and managerial posts, positions as company economists, financial management specialists and for participating in entrepreneurial activities, planning, marketing and business activities. [+]

This study area prepares graduates for holding line and managerial posts, positions as company economists, financial management specialists and for participating in entrepreneurial activities, planning, marketing and business activities. Our graduates also often find employment in consulting companies, interest groups and associations, financial and other offices of public administration and in financial and insurance institutions. The objectives of this programme are to develop students' knowledge in economic and management sciences, to introduce the students to the essence of economic processes and the way they affect society, to teach and promote methods which help monitor and control economic and managerial processes, to teach and promote quantitative methods and techniques in order to give students modern and prospective tools which will help them in decision-making processes and in the management of the implementation of their results in practice, to teach students such skills and give them such professional knowledge that will allow them to work effectively on the middle management level in organizations of all sizes or in their branches. Competences: determination of future development of a concrete company in accordance with development trends, leading companies on higher management levels. Admission procedure The general requirements for admission are as follows: Submitting an application form Passing an entrance exam: Bachelor applicants - consisting of Mathematics and English language tests (the test of Maths contains 12 items and the test of the English language contains 50 items) Obtaining the recognition of previous education Payment of the tuition fee (for all programmes in English the tuition fee is approximately 1 500 EUR per academic year) Recognition of previous foreign education Recognition of previous study is an obligatory condition required by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic for students who apply for degree programmes. The recognition is provided by the official authorities. Applicants for bachelor level Applicants for the bachelor level study must prove the recognition of their secondary school education which is arranged by the Department of Education of the South Moravian authority office of the Czech Republic. We provide assistance with translation of your documents into Czech and submitting your documents for recognition at the South Moravian authority office. To apply for the recognition the bachelor applicants must submit the following documents: Application for recognition Secondary school leaving certificate with grades – officially authenticated copy (please, see below the type of authorization) List of courses taken during the whole secondary school including the number of hours taken in each course. For the successful recognition the total must be more then 4 000 hours - officially authenticated copy (please, see below the type of authentication) Copy of passport All the required documents must be translated into Czech by the official translator. If we provide assistance we will pay the fees for translation and recognition of your previous education. You will be charged after your arrival (the cost of translation is approximately 350 CZK per page and administrative fee for recognition is 1 000 CZK) [-]

Bachelor in Economics

University of Minho - School of Economics and Management
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2017 Portugal Braga

This programme gives students a solid education and training in Economics, particularly in the domains of Economic Theory and Policy, Quantitative Methods and Applied Economics. It resorts to teaching/learning strategies and methodologies which stimulate the student to work individually and in groups whilst ensuring the acquisition of skills deemed most useful to enter the labour market. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. Academic degree: Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree) ECTS: 180 Duration: 6 curricular semesters Regime: Normal Place: Gualtar Campus, Braga Main Scientific area: Economics BACHELOR | 3 YEARS The Bachelor degree in Economics provides its students with a solid background in theoretical foundations of Economics and Quantitative Methods. It exposes students to various areas of Applied Economics - such as bank savings and insurance, innovation, environment, macroeconomic policies, health and work, among others, with a strong approach to economic reality and business. Use teaching / learning methodologies which stimulate the independent and cooperative work of students, ensuring the acquisition of necessary skills for their success in the labour market. These factors have contributed to making this degree a reference in the field of Economics in Portugal, observable in the fast and successful integration of its graduates into the labour market. [-]

TRADE, TOURISM AND SERVICE ECONOMY

Danubius University
Campus Full time Romania Galați

The mission of this program is to train specialists in the field, in conformity with the requirements of Romania’s integration to the European Union, the changes that arise in the real economy, on the domestic market and inside a globalized frame. [+]

The mission of this program is to train specialists in the field, in conformity with the requirements of Romania’s integration to the European Union, the changes that arise in the real economy, on the domestic market and inside a globalized frame. The specialized competences gained by the graduates after obtaining the Bachelor’s degree are: - Knowing, understanding and using basic concepts, theories, principles and methods of investigation and prospecting specific to tourism and trade; - Assimilating and deepening strictly specialized knowledge such as: tourism and service management, the strategy of sustainable development of services, agritourist, logistics of trade and tourism companies, the organization and strategy of developing touristic units; - Knowing, understanding and applying methods and techniques of evaluating and certifying the quality of products and services; - Training the capacity to develop opportunity studies in the economic environment context for the foundation of public policies in the field of trade, tourism and services; - Knowing, understanding and applying the principles that are specific to managing the quality of an organization/system level and of economic process; - The foundation from a commercial and qualitative point of view of design, of launching new products and services on the market. Studied subjects: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economical informatics, International marketing, Business law, Service economy, European economy, Tourism economy, Trade economy, Logistics and goods distribution and European affair environment. The study curriculum includes stages of specializing practice during the second year of study, 3 weeks, and summing 90 hours at the end of the second semester. Possible carrier paths: - Economist in public institutions, in national and international companies; - Commercial manager; - Commercial inspector; - Inspector for assuring the quality in trade, tourism and services; - Hotel administrator; - Administrator in cafeterias, restaurants and pensions; - Tourism agent, ticketing agent in tourism agencies. Registration for the admission contest is solely based on the undergraduate diploma and on the requirements established by the university’s senate on the base of its own rules. [-]

Bachelor’s in Economics ( taught in Italian )

University Of Bergamo
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Bergamo

OBJECTIVES: To provide a good basic knowledge of economics studies and those areas with investigation methods wich can be used in Economics; To guarantee a thorough knowledge of organizations and the world of work and provide the student with practical skills. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. OBJECTIVES To provide a good basic knowledge of economics studies and those areas with investigation methods wich can be used in Economics To guarantee a thorough knowledge of organizations and the world of work and provide the student with practical skills. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Researcher in economics in private and public institutions, in national and local administration, in co-operatives, companies and trade union associations Professional positions in the field of innovation, human resources, information technology and communications. CURRICULA Economics ENTRY TESTS There is no selection test for enrolment in the course, but there is a test to ascertain the student's initial level of competences. Students enrolled in the first year of their course are required to have reached a level of proficiency in: English Mathematics Each year, entry tests are held in September. SERVICES OFFERED FOR THE DEGREE COURSE Admission Admission to Italian Universities is possible only if the student holds a Diploma di Maturità ("A" Levels/Higher School Certificate) gained after 5 years at a high school (except for Officer Training Course). On-line courses On the University website, at www.unibg.it/elearning various courses are available as part of a network teaching programme and may be used as a study aid also by those students who cannot attend lessons on a regular basis. On the e-learning web page of the Department of Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods a course is available showing how on-line tuition works. Tutoring Within the Department of Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods a tutoring service is available, whose aim is to assist students during their course of studies and help solve any problems they may encounter while attending courses. This service is offered by tutors, in collaboration with the various teaching bodies, who will advise and assist students in choosing their plan of studies. Internship Internship is an integrating aspect of the training and teaching activities proposed by the Department of Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods and allow students to obtain a number of credits as specified in their plan of studies. The trainee has the opportunity to gain experience in companies or public institutions and integrate his or her knowledge of the various subjects studied, theoretical know-how and practical skills. Recognized certification English Students who possess the following internationally-recognized certificates: FCE, BEC1, British Chamber of Commerce (Basic), Trinity College (level 7), TOEFL (137-249 points) do not have to take the entrance test and will be admitted directly into the Specialized Language Course. Students who possess one of the following internationally-recognized certificates BEC2, BEC3, CPE, CAE, British Chamber of Commerce (Intermediate/Advanced), Trinity College (level 8-9) TOEFL (250 and over) do not have to take the entrance test and will be awarded 6 credits. Computer Science Students who possess a European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) will be awarded 3 credits and do not have to take the first informatics test which is part of the Computer Science course. [-]

Bachelor's degree Business and Economy

eCampus University
Online Full time October 2017 Italy Milan

In order to limit the onset of educational debts, the Board of the degree course may provide for the introduction of preparatory educational activities to be carried out before any evaluation test. These activities may also be carried out in collaboration with institutions of higher secondary education, on the basis of appropriate agreements. [+]

Specific educational goals Graduates in Business and Economics should: have an adequate knowledge of economics and adequate mastery of mathematical-statistical tools and principles and institutions of the legal system; know how to deal with the problems of economic systems and of the companies that operate in them; possess a good mastery of the research method, the economic method and the techniques of the different fields of application; acquire the analytical and conceptual tools for the interpretation and solution of economic and management problems, with reference to accounting, finance, and management of services; acquire the tools to develop research in the field of statistics and economics; possess practical and operational skills, for the measurement, detection and treatment of data relevant to the economic analysis in its various aspects of application; possess an adequate knowledge of the organizational culture of the workplace; be able to use effectively, in written and oral form, at least two EU languages other than Italian, in the specific field of expertise and to exchange general information; possess adequate skills for communication and information management. Career opportunities for graduates The main employment areas in which graduates in economics could work are the following: self-employers, as auditors, business consultants and accountants (following the three-year period of apprenticeship, passing the qualification and enrollment in the professional registers); activity, even management, in banking and finance (banking, insurance, financial market, international financial institutions); activity in economy and services sectors (the public, private and social economy); study centers of banks and financial companies and research centers of national and international organizations; journalism specialized in finance; teaching, according to the laws governing access to teaching. Requirements for access (art. 6 D.M. 509/99) To access the degree course in Business and Economics basic knowledge in the disciplines of economics, law and mathematics is required. It is also particularly important to possess the following skills and attitudes : ability to explain their thoughts clearly and precisely; ability of processing information and attitude to the use of information technologies; attitude and motivation towards economic and legal studies. Skills, attitudes and motivations are assessed through the evaluation of the previous school curriculum or by any special tests . Appropriate tests of basic knowledge may be introduced for all students and, in particular, for those who have followed a curriculum of secondary education that does not deal with all the subjects relevant to their preparation. If the evaluation of the initial preparation is not successful, the student may be admitted with an educational debt In order to limit the onset of educational debts, the Board of the degree course may provide for the introduction of preparatory educational activities to be carried out before any evaluation test. These activities may also be carried out in collaboration with institutions of higher secondary education, on the basis of appropriate agreements. Final exam The final exam consists in writing and discussing a paper, whose content is agreed with the teacher-supervisor on the basis of the following types of reference: methodological deepening connected to a subject or other educational activities; elaboration of a case study; presentation of a training experience; any other modality as may be specified in the regulation of the course of study. In the evaluation of the final test the quality of the work will be considered, as well as the synthesis ability and the quality of the presentation in written and oral form of the work. [-]

Bachelor degree in Economics and Banking

University of Siena
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Siena

The three-year programme in Economics and Banking addresses the fundamentals of financial intermediation within the banking industry, insurance sector and financial markets by providing a sound training in all the core economic disciplines and other social sciences, such as history and law. In this regard, the programme examines how financial institutions and markets function with a particular attention to the micro- and macro-economic dimensions. The programme has been designed by focusing on resources allocation under uncertainty, corporate financing and investment decisions, insurance and risk management,the functioning and regulation of financial markets within a broader institutional and social framework. [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. Language: English (Level B2 required) Numerus clausus: No The three-year program in Economics and Banking addresses the fundamentals of financial intermediation within the banking industry, insurance sector and financial markets by providing a sound training in all the core economic disciplines and other social sciences, such as history and law. In this regard, the program examines how financial institutions and markets function with a particular attention to the micro- and macro-economic dimensions. The program has been designed by focusing on resources allocation under uncertainty, corporate financing and investment decisions, insurance and risk management,the functioning and regulation of financial markets within a broader institutional and social framework. Graduates in Economics and Banking will develop skills in understanding economic and financial phenomena and have a strong hold on all the core skills required for the analysis of economic issues and of data. Graduates will also attain a significant advantage for progressing to a number of graduate courses and, in particular, for the two MSc programs in Economics and Finance taught in English at Siena as well as for the two-year program in Accounting and Management (AMa) of the MSc in Management and Governance. Study plan 2015/16 Course year: 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 9 credits - Supplementary compulsory subjects ECONOMIC HISTORY 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects POLITICAL ECONOMY 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects PUBLIC LAW 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class STATISTICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class Course year: 2 ACCOUNTING 9 credits - Supplementary compulsory subjects CORPORATE FINANCE 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE (BASIC) 6 credits - Various educational activities FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class MACROECONOMICS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class MICROECONOMICS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class PRIVATE LAW 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects Course year: 3 FITNESS' FRENCH LANGUAGE B1 6 credits - Various educational activities BANKING MANAGEMENT 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects BUSINESS LAW 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects COMPUTER TOOLS 6 credits - Various educational activities ECONOMICS OF MONEY AND BANKING 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects FINANCIAL MARKETS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class GERMAN LANGUAGE TEST B1 6 credits - Various educational activities INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class INTERNSHIP 6 credits - Various educational activities OTHERS AT STUDENT'S CHOICE 12 credits - Optional subjects SPANISH LANGUAGE TEST B1 6 credits - Various educational activities THESIS 3 credits - A foreign language, final examination Access requirements (Qualifications): 1 -TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL Before the admission to the undergraduate degree program, a national preliminary test for assessing the basic knowledge for economic studies has to be done. Test contents regard in particular verbal comprehension, maths and logic reasoning. English assessment will be done with a specific preliminary test prepared by University languages office. Negative tests results imply a learning debt , that defines additional educational duties both for Maths and English. Application: Applications will be possible through an online procedure. The candidate will fill a form with all its details and will receive an admission letter that will have to be brought at the Italian Embassy in the country of origin to start the pre enrollment procedure. Fee: Tuition fee for a bachelor degree can be up to 1854 (maximum amount) euros for liberal arts programmes per academic year but part of the fee is based on the family income and students are required to produce an official declaration of the economic status of the family unit for the previous year issued by the home country tax office, legally translated into Italian with the Embassy/Consulate duty stamps. Tuition fees have to be paid in three different moments: the first part when you complete the enrolment procedure, the second in January, the third part in May. Scholarship and accommodation Scholarship and accomodation are not granted by the University itself but by the DSU and are based on family income and merit. Call for scholarship and accomodation is usually out in the month each year so we advice you should keep an eye on their website www.dsu-toscana.it Contacts International Place -Sportello integrato internazionale Università di Siena Via Banchi di Sotto, 55 53100 -Siena (Italia) Tel. +39 0577 232293/2034 e-mail internationalplace@unisi.it Facebook Fan Page: International Place Università di Siena [-]

Bachelor in Economics

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

Due to its structure and the way it’s taught, Economics is recognised as a good source of transferable skills. Our recent graduates have embarked on a wide range of careers, including management, accountancy and banking, as well as economics itself. Surveys have regularly found Economics to be one of the top four subjects for graduate pay. [+]

What causes inflation? Can unemployment be reduced? Can tax be equitable and efficient? These are some of the questions economists try to answer. They also seek to understand issues such as: how do people decide what to buy and what job to do? How do firms decide what to produce and what to charge? What determines the profit they earn? Due to its structure and the way it’s taught, Economics is recognised as a good source of transferable skills. Our recent graduates have embarked on a wide range of careers, including management, accountancy and banking, as well as economics itself. Surveys have regularly found Economics to be one of the top four subjects for graduate pay. In the latest review, all aspects of our teaching had the highest rating. Many of our lecturers have an international reputation. This subject may be studied in combination with a number of other subjects Entry requirements Academic requirements Four-year Honours degree SQA Higher: ABBB - one sitting. AABB - two sittings. GCE A-level: BBB IB Diploma: 32 points BTEC (Level 3): DDM Three-year Honours degree SQA Adv. Higher: ABB GCE A-level: ABB IB Diploma: 35 points Essential subjects: To include Economics. Other qualifications HNC/HND: Year one minimum entry Scottish HNC/D - Bs in graded units English, Welsh and NI HNC/D - Merits and Distinctions. Advanced entry Not available Access courses: Access courses and other UK/EU and international qualifications are also welcomed. Additional information General entrance requirements apply Mathematics Standard Grade (3), National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), GCSE (C) or Level 4 or equivalent. If examinations are taken over two sittings, or there are repeats or upgrades, the entrance requirements may be higher. INTO University of Stirling INTO University of Stirling offers an International Foundation programme for those international students who do not meet the required academic and English-language criteria. These courses offer a route to study at the University of Stirling through an excellent teaching and learning experience located in the high-quality study facilities on campus. International Foundation Successful completion of the International Foundation in Business, Finance, Economics and Marketing to the required standard provides direct entry to year two of this degree. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you need to improve your English language skills before you enter this course, our partner INTO University of Stirling offers a range of English language courses. These intensive and flexible courses are designed to improve your English ability for entry to this degree. Structure and content You will take Economics plus two other subjects in Year 1. Economics may be studied as part of a General degree or to Honours level, either on its own or in combination with other subjects. You will have numerous opportunities to develop appropriate work-related skills at every stage of your studies, culminating in the Professional Development and Practice module in Semester 8 which helps you prepare for entering the workplace. Semesters 1 - 4 You will take the following core modules: Introductory Microeconomics: This module analyses how individual markets work, how prices are set, how resources are allocated in an economy and how firms and households respond to changing market conditions Introductory Macroeconomics: Macroeconomics is concerned with issues relating to the economy as a whole such as the general standard of living, unemployment and inflation You will move on to study Intermediate Micro-economics and Intermediate Macroeconomics, which build on the work done in the introductory modules. You will also take Introduction to Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Business in Semester 4. Semesters 5 - 8 All Honours students take core advanced modules designed to develop their knowledge and understanding of the central methods of economic analysis and major policy issues. These are: Using Economic Data Advanced Macroeconomics Advanced Microeconomics Economic Policy In the final year, you will write a dissertation on a subject of your choice. The remainder of the course consists of a number of options, such as: Financial Economics; Monetary Economics and Environmental Economics. Combined Honours students take the same core modules as Single Honours students but replace some of the Economics options with modules in their other subject. Elective Modules ECNU3NV - Environmental Economics ECNU3EE - Energy Economics ECNU3AX - Applied Economics I ECNU3AY - Applied Economics II ECNU3MY - Monetary Economics ECNU3FE - Financial Economics Delivery and assessment There are typically two or three lectures per week on each module. You also attend a weekly meeting in a smaller group, either a tutorial or a seminar, for each module. Your final grade for each module is based on 40 percent for coursework and 60 percent for the examination. Usually the coursework consists of two class tests and some tutorial preparation. In the first two years, a good performance in your coursework gains you exemption from the examination. Study abroad opportunities You have the opportunity to study abroad through Stirling's well-established connections with several international universities. Strengths A high standard of teaching Teaching provision in Economics has been assessed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and achieved the highest possible rating of ‘commendable’ in all aspects. Many of our lecturers have an international reputation in their specialisms and are at the forefront of research. These strengths are reflected in the modules we offer and underline our commitment to quality in teaching. Strong research improves teaching quality. In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, 15% of our research was rated as world-leading and a further 45% as internationally excellent, placing us in the top four Economics units of assessment in Scotland and the top 25 in the UK. Flexible degree courses The Stirling degree is modular and therefore highly flexible. You are not committed to taking the course for which you applied. You do not need to commit yourself to a particular course before the end of your second year. In the third and fourth years there is a range of courses available that allow you to specialise in Economics or to combine the study of Economics with one or two other subjects. Useful skills The structure of our degrees helps to develop useful skills. Assessment is based on coursework as well as examinations. This helps to build up independent learning skills. Communication skills are developed in tutorials where students present arguments orally. Our quantitative modules develop skills in using computers and presenting statistically based arguments. Most Honours students write a dissertation in their final year on which they work independently with a staff supervisor. A good performance can enhance career prospects as many employers and postgraduate admission selectors are particularly looking for the ability to work independently on a project. Good information about your progress The Stirling system of basing grades partly on coursework marked during the semester and on awarding grades for each module taken at the end of each semester means that you are kept well-informed about your progress throughout your university career. A degree result that fairly reflects all your work at Honours level In determining the class of an Honours degree, examiners take into account the grades achieved in all the modules taken in the third and fourth years. There are no final examinations covering work in earlier semesters - many students only do a dissertation in their final semester and have no exams at all at the end of their fourth year. Thus your degree result depends on a range of work done over two years, rather than solely on your performance in examinations concentrated in a few days right at the end of your university career. The rules that the Examiners use to determine the class of degree are published, so you can work out semester by semester what class of degree you are likely to get, and make adjustments to your work effort to achieve the result you want. Career opportunities Economic graduates rank among top 10 earners A Which? University report (April 2015) highlights that Economics graduates rank 7th in the top subjects for graduate starting salaries. Where are our graduates now? Economics graduates are currently working around the world in countries such as: Thailand, Finland, Canada, Luxembourg, Columbia, Malaysia, Spain, Ireland, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates and Norway. Economics graduates are currently helping shape the performance of the following organisations: Accenture BMW Group Lloyds Banking Group Universities around the world Barclays Bank AEGON UK PriceWaterhouseCoopers BNP Paribas Local and central government Disney Merrill Lynch Deutsche Bank John Lewis IBM Economics graduates entering work in the past two years have progressed into roles such as: Debt Products Analyst, Merrill Lynch Economic Analyst, Scottish Water Insurance Consultant, Aviva Credit Risk Analyst, Lloyds Banking Group Graduates of Stirling’s Economics degree from five to ten years ago are now working as: Personal Banker, JPMorgan Chase & Co Compliance Auditor, National Lottery Commission Global Transition Manager, Standard Life Investments Partner (International Trade), Clydesdale Bank Portfolio Manager, Bergen Energi Senior Treasury Analyst, Royal Bank of Scotland Some of our more established graduates are currently employed as: Principal Research Officer, Scottish Government Head of Business Transformation, AEGON Scottish Equitable Investment Manager, Deutsche Bank Head of Risk, Capital One (Europe) Plc Senior Economist, Government Economic Service Executive Director, Goldman Sachs An Economics degree can be a solid foundation upon which to base your career and some of our graduates have use this to progress into some potentially less obvious career including: Senior Procurator Fiscal (Crown Office), Group Finance Director (Kwik-Fit Group), HR Partner (Robertson Group), Global Procurement Manager (Syngenta Crop Protection), Assistant Export Manager (British Trade International), Senior Marketing Analyst (Equifax), IT Specialist (IBM Australia), Social Workers, Teachers and Member of Parliament across the UK. Stirling Management School’s Careers Mentoring Scheme The Careers Mentoring Scheme is open to all 3rd and 4th year students across Stirling Management School. Mentoring is widely recognised as an effective tool for enhancing your career prospects and of ensuring informed choice. This scheme is designed to provide additional support as you progress through your studies, as well as preparing your for progression into your desired professions. Mentors are all former students of Stirling Management School who know what it is like to be unsure about future career plans. They are keen to pass on tips relating to potential careers and applying for jobs. The benefits of the scheme include: Improving your employability skills Building your confidence and self-esteem when applying for jobs Searching and applying for suitable jobs, writing CVs, interview skills Providing an insight into the world of work and a particular industry For more information, and to discover other ways in which our alumni get involved with our students, visit Getting involved Internship – What they are and why you should consider doing one? An internship is an opportunity offered by an employer to students (or interns) over a fixed, limited period of time, which enables the student to gain practical experience. The Career Development Centre has details of internships available around the world with large private sector organisations, as well as opportunities with smaller local businesses which are promoted through both the Third Sector Internship Scheme, the Saltire Foundation, and our very own Stirling Internship Programme. As a student, you will automatically be registered onto the University’s Vacancy & Events System which means that you will receive regular updates regarding new opportunities as they become available. Six reasons why you should consider an internship: Boost your CV and stand out from the crowd in order to have an edge in the graduate job market Make professional connections which may lead to the offer of a job upon graduation Test your career choices – internships can ease your transition into future careers or alternatively, help you decide that you don’t want to work in that area after all ‘Real world’ business experience, enabling you to put theory into practice Develop transferable skills such as communication, team working, problem solving, decision-making, initiative and creativity Help fund your studies by earning a full-time salary during the vacation periods [-]

Bachelor Of Economics And Management

Yanka Kupala State University Of Grodno
Campus Full time Part time 4 - 5 years September 2017 Belarus Grodno + 1 more

Specialties World Economy, Economics and Management, Finance and Credit, Business, Information Systems and Technologies (in the economy) [+]

Bachelors in Business and Economics in Europe 2017. Speciality: World Economy The Qualification Economist Specialization Management of foreign economic activity Duration of training Full-time - 4 years Language of instruction Russian English Main professional competences, which will have a graduate identify and analyze the state of the national economy in its quantitative and qualitative characteristics; the choice of optimal instruments (tariffs, non-tariff, financial) regulation of foreign economic activity; explore the foreign market and make decisions about strategies work in it; develop foreign trade contracts and organize their implementation; organize a contractual relationship with the banks for settlement and cash services, impersonal calculations, lending and other banking services; advise on the best methods of regulation of foreign trade and international economic relations; to conduct commercial negotiations with foreign partners; use a foreign language as a tool for professional activities; set goals and create tasks in the field of international economic relations, to determine the methods for their solution, to determine the effectiveness of foreign economic activity; search, organize and analyze information on the prospects of development of the industry, innovative technologies, projects and solutions. The possibility of continuing education Getting higher education stage II the following specialties: 1-25 80 02 "World Economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 04 "Economics and management of national economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 03 "Finance, money circulation and credit" (Master of Economics); 1-25 81 07 "Economics and Management" (Master of Economics and Management). Fellowship in the specialty: 08.00.05 "Economics and management of national economy" (specialization "Economics, organization and management of enterprises, branches, complexes") Speciality: Economics and Management The Qualification Economist-manager Specialization Economics and business management services Duration of training Full-time - 4 years Part-time - 5 years Language of instruction Russian Professional competence, which will have a graduate Training provides specialist proficiency: creating your own business; determining the competitiveness of goods, services, works and organization (enterprise); development plans for economic and social development of the organization; Implementation of the organizational preparation of production and staging of innovative managerial and economic decisions. The possibility of continuing education magistracy 1-25 80 04 "Economics and management of national economy" (Master of Economics) 1-25 81 07 "Economics and Management" (Master of Economics and Management) 1-25 80 03 "Finance, money circulation and credit" (Master of Economics) 1-25 80 02 "World Economy" (Master of Economics) graduate school 08.00.05 "Economics and management of national economy" (specialization "Economics, organization and management of enterprises, branches, complexes") Finance and credit The Qualification Economist Specialization Finance Banking Duration of training Full-time - 4 years Distance (abridged) form - 4 years Language of instruction Russian English Main professional competences, which will have a graduate to develop long-term, medium-term and current plans for economic and social development of the organization and its structural divisions; conduct a comprehensive analysis of all the economic activities of the organization and develop resource efficiency measures, production capacity in order to increase the efficiency of production and business activities; the systematic monitoring of compliance with parts of the organization planning discipline, progress of the planned targets; prepare data for periodic reporting to the deadlines and according to the forms established by the state authorities of statistics and analysis; calculate the economic effect of the introduction of innovative projects; develop standards for the costs of the main raw materials, materials, fuel and energy consumed in the production; determine the competitiveness of goods, services, works and organization as a whole; analyze the effect of the tools of monetary policy, the efficiency of the organization of money circulation; to organize the work on the preparation and execution of the budget, the preparation and execution of budgets of budgetary organizations; use methods of financial analysis, planning and forecasting, financial control management practices the financial condition of the organization; prepare financial plans for economic entities to calculate the volume of monetary incomes and expenses of business entities and their sources of funding; count their own sources of financing of capital investments and justify the size of the attracted resources; to determine the relationship of finance organizations of various segments of the financial market, the cost and profitability of the investment quality of financial instruments; develop a financial strategy and business entities of all types of property; carry out control over the activities of economic entities in the field of taxation, pricing, currency regulation; to carry out independent scientific research related to the problems of socio-economic development of the Republic of Belarus; create and maintain up to date information and analytical base of the organization with the use of modern means and methods of data processing; develop business plans for the creation of new technologies. The possibility of continuing education Getting higher education stage II the following specialties: 1-25 80 03 "Finance, money circulation and credit" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 02 "World Economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 04 "Economics and management of national economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 81 07 "Economics and Management" (Master of Economics and Management). Fellowship in the specialty: 08.00.05 "Economics and management of national economy" (specialization "Economics, organization and management of enterprises, branches, complexes") Occupation: Business The Qualification Economist Specializations Commercial activity in the market of consumer goods Duration of training Full-time - 4 years Language of instruction Russian Main professional competences, which will have a graduate The specialist is prepared for economic-administrative, commercial, research and teaching activities in the field of economic analysis, marketing, planning, financial and economic activities, commerce organization, personnel management and enterprise performance. The possibility of continuing education Getting higher education stage II the following specialties: 1-25 80 04 "Economics and management of national economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 03 "Finance, money circulation and credit" (Master of Economics); 1-25 80 02 "World Economy" (Master of Economics); 1-25 81 07 "Economics and Management" (Master of Economics and Management). Fellowship in the specialty: 08.00.05 "Economics and management of national economy" Occupation: Information Systems and Technologies (in the economy) The Qualification Software Engineer-economist Duration of training Full-time - 4 years Language of instruction Russian Main professional competences, which will have a graduate Training Specialist ensures the formation of the following groups of competences: academic competence, including knowledge and skills learned on the academic disciplines, the ability to learn; social and personal competencies, including cultural values, knowledge of ideological and moral values ​​of society and the state and the ability to follow them; professional competence, including the ability to solve problems, develop plans and ensure their implementation in the chosen professional field.   Position on the first workplace Engineer Software Engineer Research engineer Programmer Business analyst Systems Analyst Specialist software maintenance Specialist Software Testing The possibility of continuing education Getting higher education stage II the following specialties: 1-25 80 08 "Mathematical and instrumental methods of economics" (Master of Economics) Fellowship in the specialty: 08.00.13 "Mathematical and instrumental methods of economics" [-]

Bachelor in Economics of Tourism

University of Bologna School of Economics, Management and Statistics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Italy Rimini

The 1st cycle degree programme in Economics of Tourism prepares students able to work in the accounting,marketing or strategic fields of tourism companies, in project management, oras hotel managers. [+]

ECONOMICS OF TOURISM, CURRICULUM IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND LEISURE INDUSTRIES (ITALI) Tourism is a highly changeable and creative industry which requires the continuous development of new products and markets. Business culture, sustainability, creativity and technological innovation are the key words to create new businesses and conquer a highly competitive tourism market. The tourism sector includes small, medium and large private enterprises as well as public private partnerships and public agency all operating with an international perspective. Quality assurance UNWTO.TedQual 2014 Outcomes Tourism is a rapidly expanding and a diversifying industry. International tourism arrivals grew by 5% worldwide in 2013, reaching a record 1.087 million arrivals, distributed among a variety of destinations and typologies of holidays and travels. Tourism is also a highly changeable and creative industry which requires the continuous development of new products and markets. Business culture, Sustainability, Creativity and Technological innovation are now the key words to create new businesses and conquer an ever changing and highly competitive tourist market. Learning Outcomes The curriculum in Tourism Economics, International Tourism and Leisure Industries - ITALI is a three year degree programme providing students with the cultural and technical profile required to join private and/or public enterprises as a manager or professionals making. ITALI offers excellent preparation in tourism planning and tourism management and develops professional profiles which have a deep knowledge of complex interactions and interdependencies between creative industries, business strategies, governmental policies and tourism. Admission Requirements Candidates shall possess: a general secondary education. The admission is conditional on the assessment by an appointed commission, which will evaluate the applicants on the basis of: academic merit (transcript of records from school); curriculum vitae; Letter of statement or motivation letter; English language certificate B2 level (to be provided before the beginning of second year). For Non-EU citizens, an annual quota of places is set each year, (according to terms and conditions stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affair, i.e. pre-enrollment at the Italian embassy). Career opportunities Destination manager, tourism planner, hotel and hospitality manager, service manager, marketing manager, conference and event organizer, travel consultant. Postgraduate studies Second cycle degree programmes and first level Masters. INTERNATIONAL ITALI classes are entirely taught in English, by University of Bologna and international professors. ITALI strongly advises students to apply for mobility exchange programmes like Overseas and Erasmus+, from three to twelve months. Scholarship opportunities available [-]

Bachelor International Business Economics

Fontys Venlo Campus
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Venlo

The individual national markets, trades and currencies are growing towards a united global business sphere. For young adults an international education is an important [+]

The individual national markets, trades and currencies are growing towards a united global business sphere. For young adults an international education is an important step towards the future world. Especially, the economics courses offer excellent prospects. Not only production companies, but also the rapidly growing Tertiary Sector (trade, banks, insurance, and consultancy) and government need qualified economists in all departments. Shareholder Value, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity, Hedge Funds... If you open the political section of a newspaper or listen to the daily news, the significance of the complex modern economy for worldwide politics is very apparent. As it is possible for everyone to see through these processes, to understand their meaning and even to take part in them, is a thrilling and promising challenge. How do I manage an enterprise? Where can I make high profits? How can I keep the costs in control? How do I behave in an international context? What influences do international tax law and the worldwide finance- and commerce market have? If you would like to find the answers to these questions, then our economic study programme International Business Economics (IBE) is the right choice for you. The main points of IBE are business administration, finance, organisation, budgeting, tax, controlling, calculation, investment analysis, logistics, management techniques and much more. Informatics and data management will complete your knowledge of economics. Parallel to these topics you will receive a clear insight into the basics of marketing and you will also be exposed to relevant soft skills.... [-]