Master studies at the Faculty of Geoeconomics

The Faculty of Geoeconomics (The Faculty of International Economics) enrolls students in two master study programs:


(functions as a joint program with the Faculty of Business Studies).

Title: M.Sc. in Economics

Volume of studies: 60 ECTS


Geoeconomic and regional studies (European Union sector, Sector for North and Latin America, Sector for Russia and Asia) has a focus on studying the macroeconomic aspects of contemporary international economic relations, while respecting the international position, geopolitical, historical and social characteristics of individual world regions and national economies.

The program provides students with specific professional competencies in the field of economy of the region selected – the European Union, the North and the Latin America, Russia and Asia. Also, the studenta are trained for scientific work in the field of geoeconomics and regional studies, the analysis of interdependence of national economies and regions in modern globalized international relations in the world.

Master studies last one year, the volume of studies: 60 ECTS.

At the end of the studies, the academic title obtained is: Master in Economics with a specialization for a particular region, which will be indicated in the diploma supplement.

BANKING AND FINANCE – Master program

Name of the study program: MAS-Banking and Finance.

The study program is realized in cooperation with the Faculty of Business Studies, Megatrend University.

The aim of this study program is

  • education and training of students in the field of finance and banking,
  • acquiring knowledge and ability to comprehend contemporary theories and models in the field of finance and banking;
  • systematic study of the specificities of individual concepts and techniques of bank management and financial engineering, with special emphasis on structural financial products and financial risk management;
  • getting acquainted with the modern procedure and instruments for analysis financing in order to optimize decision-making in banks, other financial institutions and enterprises;
  • application of acquired professional, scientific and methodological knowledge at work, in improving one’s professional abilities and further scientific and professional training.