Bachelor of Management
The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management was created in 2006. Currently, there are 759 full-time course students and 2,400 correspondence course students at the faculty.
The faculty has three departments:
- Department of Logistics
- Department of Economics and Management
- Department of International Economics and Finance
The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management is very popular among school graduates from Belarus and from countries nearby. It's well-balanced and thoroughly designed teaching process, curriculum and courses delivered by highly-qualified academic staff add to the positive image of the University.
The majors offered at the full-time and part-time course programs are:
- Industrial management
- Financial management
- Human resources management
Manager / Economist
The academic staff of the faculty includes 56 teachers and experts in international economics and management who are at the cutting edge of academic research applying up-to-date methods, advanced techniques and the best practices of teaching. Foreign specialists take part in the teaching process as well.
The students’ research activity is supported by numerous scientific societies and study groups that unite students according to their professional interests: information technologies and law; monetary and credit policy of the Republic of Belarus; creativity in management; budgetary financing as one of the most important anti-crisis policies of the government, etc. Students clubs and interest groups are also united by creative activities: literature club, comedy club, a volunteer group, dance group, faculty’s newspaper group, etc.
Faculty graduates who obtain comprehensive knowledge and competence in their professional areas are highly competitive in the labor market and are in great demand both in the Republic of Belarus and abroad. The faculty’s graduates are employed in major national companies, government agencies, ministries, trade union organizations and financial institutions. They deliver lectures at the institutions of higher education; they are at the head of large private corporations, enterprises, and organizations; they are leading marketing specialists, managers, economists and accountants.