The programme builds on the Bachelor’s course by enhancing the analytical skills acquired there and adding an array of topics particularly relevant for handling managerial challenges in international trade and cooperation. As a result, the graduates will
- Warsaw, Poland
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Business Administration & Management
- Program Description:
- The first-cycle studies in Global Business, Finance and Governance at the Warsaw School of Economics offer the Bachelor’s degree program that prepares students for work in international business and finance environment with its unique set of issues and challenges. The graduates will be aware of the global dynamics of trade and markets shaped by the forces of globalization and appreciate how they affect both individual organizations and entire country-level economies. They will understand the transnational cooperation and marketing demands facing organizations operating internationally. The students will acquire skills enabling them to perform essential financial and marketing analyses as required in business, governmental and non-governmental organizations. In particular, the program aims to prepare for entry level and junior specialist jobs in financial, sales, logistics and marketing departments of business and non-business organizations including NGO’s as well as central and local governmental entities. The program forms the theoretical and methodological basis for further Master’s level education. ?
The programme builds on the Bachelor’s course by enhancing the analytical skills acquired there and adding an array of topics particularly relevant for handling managerial challenges in international trade and cooperation. As a result, the graduates will gain a deep and extensive understanding of the nature and functioning of international business and governance. They would be equipped to perform advanced analytical tasks involving corporate finances, logistics, sales and marketing and as such would be able to take up senior analytical posts in corporations as well as governmental and non-governmental units. The acquired managerial skills will allow them to pursue a career as managers or entrepreneurs in various international and organizational settings. The programme’s curriculum is also designed to facilitate further education in doctoral studies.
Additional Program Information
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission