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BAInternational Business Management

Tuition fee €3,000.00 per year

Candidates applying outside of EU – who need visa to come to Poland, are expected to pay in advance for the first year of studies. Candidates with Polish residence card are asked to contact with admissions office.

Application fee €300.00 one-time

non-refundable

More information

wawaen.san.edu.pl/..al-business-management 

Overview

The International Business Management program concentrates on the realities of managerial
experience in both the public and private sectors. The program of studies covers both theory and
practice leading to the solution of managerial problems in the international context.
Students develop professional business knowledge and practical business capabilities by working in teams on various management projects and utilize the theoretical knowledge in a real working environment through case analysis and problem-solving exercises. They are introduced to the latest thinking about management, understand what international management is and gain practical and transferable skills to work in a variety of business fields.
Students develop management, leadership, communication and collaboration skills which will
enable them to work effectively in teams and to lead them (including intercultural teams).

The main objective of the studies in Management is to give you high quality knowledge and business skills enabling to proficiently analyse the enterprise’s surroundings and, in particular, its market and competitive environment. The instruction received here is suitable for those wanting to run their own company and aspiring to top managerial positions in Polish and international enterprises. Our BA programmes in Management, carefully designed and based on American educational standards, prepare creative and analytically thinking managers, who create projects and business plans. Our students are educated to make good managers who elaborate and implement marketing and communication plans and strategies within an organisation and outside it.

Programme structure

International Business Management is an integrated specialty combining knowledge and practical skills in the field of economics, international management and organizational behavior. This allows for very pertinent and thorough identification of the socio-economic problems occurring in an organizations. Graduate of this specialization is prepared to perform specific roles in international organizations, both: ancillary and decision-making. He/she may act, for example, as a coach and facilitator in situations of conflict resolution in organizations that are not conducive to the integration of a task groups. This specialization prepares future leaders of the international task groups, work teams, efficient project executors. It also allows students to acquire practical skills useful in taking up their own business activity.


FIRST SEMESTER

  • Principles of International Management
  • Principles of International Finance
  • Economics
  • Quantitative Methods in Management
  • Psychology
  • Information Technologies
  • Foreign Language
  • Academic Skills, Environment, Health and Safety
  • Recreation and Physical Education

SECOND SEMESTER

  • Principles of Marketing
  • Corporate Finance
  • Organizational Science
  • Quantitative Methods in Management
  • Foreign Language
  • Principles of Globalization
  • Sociology
  • Principles of Law and Protection of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Information Technologies
  • Recreation and Physical Education

THIRD SEMESTER

  • Marketing Research
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • International Economic Law
  • Quality Management
  • Business Communication in International Context
  • Foreign Language
  • IT in management

FOURTH SEMESTER

  • Proseminar
  • Financial Accounting
  • Organizational Behavior
  • International Project Management
  • International Human Resources Management
  • Financial Analysis
  • Foreign Language
  • Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • International Business Negotiations
  • IT in Management
  • Fundamentals of International Logistics

FIFTH AND SIXTH SEMESTERSPECIALTY “INTERNATIONAL BUSSINESS MANAGEMENT

  • Business Plan
  • TNCs in International Business
  • SMEs in International Business
  • Informational Systems of Management
  • Cross-Cultural Marketing
  • International Trade
  • International Business Strategy
  • International Settlements
  • E-business
  • Small Business Start-Ups
  • Small Business Financing
  • International Team Management
  • Sociological Aspects of Management
  • Internships
  • Seminar and Diploma Thesis

Career opportunities

The graduate in International Business Management can start their professional career working as an analyst and line manager in:

  • state and private enterprises as project leaders
  • interactive and marketing agencies, public relations agencies, marketing offices in companies
  • sales departments in state and private companies
  • departments of planning and strategic development
  • human resources departments in Polish and international production, service and sales enterprises, and public administration sectors
  • consulting companies specializing in selecting and training staff, and designing modern HR systems
  • non-profit organisations, cultural institutions
  • own enterprises where interesting and ambitious ideas are applied; in any branch of business and administration


Graduates in International Business Management are offered an opportunity to continue their study for the Masters degree at the following programmes:

  • Master in International Business Management
  • American Master of Science in Professional Communication realised in collaboration with Clark University, USA
  • MBA@SAN.
Apply now! Fall semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Sep 15, 2017 23:59
Europe/Warsaw time
Studies commence
Oct 2, 2017
Apply now! Spring semester 2017/18
Application start
Sep 1, 2017
Application deadline
Feb 15, 2018 23:59
Europe/Warsaw time
Studies commence
Mar 5, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States