Bachelor in Economics and Management

General

Program Description

This four-year-program contains subjects in the field of economics, management, accounting, finance, marketing, tourism and vast number of elective courses students can take up, depending on their personal preferences.

Undergraduate studies of economics and management, led by the best Croatian and international experts, provides the foundation for a successful career.

Throughout the four-year program, students attend courses in economics, management, marketing, accounting, finance, tourism and elective courses chosen according to the student’s personal preferences.

During their study, students have the opportunity to learn how to adapt to the global business world and acquire communication skills through interactive tasks, projects and visits to companies.

Students work in small groups, listen to lectures by the best Croatian and foreign experts that provide high-quality education.

Undergraduate students have all the resources and services of ZSEM at their disposal, from the use of libraries, computer classrooms and online databases, to international exchange and Career Center services. At the beginning of each study year, students in this program receive literature from the school library at their home address. Check out everything that is included in the tuition.

The study is held in Croatian and English, regularly and for students that also work while studying.

Documentation required for admission

  • Copy of both sides of the ID card with a clearly visible photo
  • High school diploma (either original, or notary-approved copy)
  • Candidates who have completed high school outside Croatia submit a Decision on a Foreign Degree Validation issued by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports
  • Birth certificate (either original, or notary-approved copy, in Croatian or English)
  • Certificate of nationality (either original, or notary-approved copy, in Croatian or English)
  • CV
  • Two photos 4×6 cm
  • Proof of payment 150 EUR of the entrance exam fee

Program

First semester

  • Principles of Economics 1
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • English for Economists
  • Mathematics 1
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Critical Thinking

Second semester

  • Principles of Economics 2
  • Mathematics 2
  • Statistics 1
  • Introduction to Law
  • First Elective Course
  • Second Elective Course

Third semester

  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Microeconomics
  • Business Communication
  • Rhetorics
  • Business Communication in English
  • Statistics 2
  • Social Psychology

Fourth semester

  • Macroeconomics
  • Public Finance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Business Communication in English 2
  • Commercial Law
  • Third Elective Course
  • Internship

Fifth semester

  • Cost Accounting
  • Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Corporate Finance 1
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing
  • Legal Business Surroundings
  • Management

Sixth semester

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Managerial Economics
  • Corporate Finance 2
  • Money and Banking
  • Marketing Management
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Internship

Seventh semester

  • Operations Management
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Introduction to the EU
  • Personal Finance
  • International Economics

Eight semester

  • Strategic Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Undergraduate Thesis

Entrance exam

Your Entrance Exam score is based on the following:

  • English test score
  • Math test score
  • Interview with the candidate
  • Essay
Last updated Sep 2019

About the School

The Zagreb School of Economics and Management has been educating Croatia’s future economic and business experts, and has become a center for thought and discussion on contemporary economic and busines ... Read More

The Zagreb School of Economics and Management has been educating Croatia’s future economic and business experts, and has become a center for thought and discussion on contemporary economic and business issues in Croatia. Read less