General scientific discipline: social sciences
Specific scientific disciplines: Management, Economics and Finance, Law
Leading discipline: Management
Language of instruction: English
The aims of the program:
Second degree studies in the field of International Management - IBP aim to educate a graduate who knows in depth the research methodology and terminology in the field of management, in particular international management and in complementary disciplines, such as economics (international economics), finance (international finance) and legal sciences (international law). The graduate has advanced knowledge of management, in particular in its international aspect, and related disciplines, knows the principles of creating and developing various forms of entrepreneurship and is prepared to act in an entrepreneurial manner, including international markets. Has the skills and competences to recognize, diagnose and solve problems related to the functioning of the organization and to determine the impact of the environment: technological, social, political, legal, economic and ecological, on the functioning of the organization and the entire economy, with particular emphasis on functioning in the regional and global environment.
The studies are aimed at educating a graduate who has the ability to independently and collectively prepare studies on the functioning of the organization, sector and the entire economy in the international aspect and communicative presentation of them in English. The studies prepare for independent learning and updating of knowledge and for observing professional ethical standards.
- Global Management
- International Financial Management
Recruitment of students to groups within the specialization will be made in the recruitment process, separately for each of them. Recruitment of students for the declared specialization of studies will be made on the basis of a ranking list, created during recruitment process.
Classes are held at the headquarters of the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw, ul. Szturmowa 1/3, in Warsaw, Poland (EU)
A virtual walk around the campus
Classes are held from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am, on average until 5.00 pm
Program curriculum is available here
A graduate in scope of knowledge:
- has knowledge about the nature of management sciences and its place in the system of social sciences and about its objective and methodological connections with other scientific disciplines. He sees management as an interdisciplinary science,
- knows and understands the research methodology and the terminology in the scope of the discipline of management and quality as well as in supplementary disciplines (economics and finance, legal sciences),
- knows and understands complex processes and phenomena occurring in various types of organizations and in the world around them, uses management theory and complementary disciplines (economics and finance, legal sciences) to recognize, diagnose and solve problems related to key functions in the organization (operational, marketing, financial, personnel management) and their integration as part of the organization's strategy,
- knows and understands in a thorough manner the legal conditions of the functioning of the organization and the entire economy, including in the international context,
- knows and understands complex technological, social, political, legal, economic and ecological processes and phenomena as well as their impact on the functioning of the organization and the entire economy in the international context, including the principles of protection of industrial property,
- knows and understands the principles of creating and developing various forms of entrepreneurship in the national and global dimension.
A graduate in scope of skills:
- is able to use the theory of management discipline and quality as well as supplementary sciences (economics and finance, legal sciences) to recognize, diagnose and solve complex and unusual problems related to key functions in the organization and their integration as part of the organization's strategy, including in the international context, using the right source selection and adapting existing or developing new methods,
- can correctly interpret complex processes and technological, social, political, legal, economic and ecological phenomena and their impact on the functioning of the organization and the entire economy, including in the global context, using the right source selection,
- can independently prepare and analyze analyzes and reports on complex and unusual problems related to the functioning of the organization, sector and the entire national and global economy, and communicate them in English in a communicative way - using advanced IT and communication tools,
- is able to plan, organize and manage team work, including both international and intercultural teams,
- has the ability to self-education, raise qualifications and support others in this area.
A graduate in scope of social competences:
- is ready to assess and critically approach complex situations and phenomena related to the functioning of the organization, the sector and the entire economy, including in the global context,
- is ready to think and act in an entrepreneurial way in the national and global dimension,
- is ready to follow and develop professional ethical standards.
A graduate of this Program will be able to take a job including in:
- transnational corporations,
- industrial and service enterprises operating on international markets,
- governmental administration,
- international organizations,
- municipal administration,
- non-profit organizations.
Potential job positions include: an analyst, specialist, senior specialist, middle-level manager, project team leader, etc. Good preparation in the field of management sciences is the foundation and a convenient starting point for personal development and professional advancement. This promotion requires not only professional experience, but also continuing education at third degree studies, postgraduate certified studies or other short trainee programs.
Admission rules for candidates with Polish diplomas
The International Business Program is addressed to candidates holding first-cycle degree e.g. licencjat or B.A., engineering degrees or any other equivalent degrees.
Admission of candidates is based on:
an average of grades obtained during studies
a final previous studies grade
An average of grades obtained during studies and a final previous studies grade expressed in other scale will be adjusted to the scale in force at the University of Warsaw.
Candidates are obliged to present knowledge of English language certified by:
- a certificate of proficiency in English (equivalent at least to the level B2)
- IB or EB diploma
- maturity certificate, if passed in English language
- high school diploma or higher education diploma (Bachelor/Master) if language of instruction was English
- exam at the University of Warsaw passed at B2 level
- graduation diplomas of: studies in English philology, applied linguistics (English language section) or English teacher training college.
Admission rules for candidates with foreign diplomas
The admissions criteria are the same as for candidates with Polish diplomas.
Announcement of results: 24th of July, 2019
Reception of documents:
- I round: 24th-26th of July, 2019
- II round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 29th-30th of July, 2019
- III round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 31st of July-1st of August, 2019
Documents can be submitted from Monday to Friday, from 10AM to 6PM, on Saturday: from 10AM to 2PM
The studies are payable - tuition fees
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