Bachelor in Global Business and Management
All our programmes have the same core of subjects – Economics, Management and Psychology. In our opinion, this is the best mix for every modern manager.
The three year Global Business and Management programme combines theoretical foundations with practical seminars and managerial training. Special emphasis is put on developing the mindset of a true and effective manager and entrepreneur. Our starting point is: if you want to lead others, you must first understand yourself. Therefore, we lead students to understand their strengths, to actively self-develop and to cultivate their thinking.
Theoretical courses are closely matched with practical projects from the business world. Students are taught by respected professionals from the private sector or government, and have the opportunity to meet guest lecturers such as the former Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank and current ambassador to China professor Vladimír Tomšík or CEO of Aures Laboratories and member of the Forbes 30 under 30 list Stanislav Gálik.
“Personal attitude is much more important in the management of companies than a perfect knowledge of specific managerial tools. Therefore, we try to make our students grow professionally rather than push them to memorize theory. We use practical examples to enhance their ability to think critically about problems and to search for the best possible solutions.”
Vice-Chancellor for Strategy and Development
All applicants will need to provide the following:
- Secondary School/High School Diploma
- Secondary School/High School Transcript
Additionally, all non-native English speaking applicants need to provide proof of English proficiency. English level B2 (according to the Common European Framework of Reference) is required, which corresponds to the following international exam levels:
- IELTS - 6.0
- TOEFL – 75
- C1 Advanced (formerly known as CAE, Certificate in Advanced English)
- B2 First grade B or C (formerly known as FCE, First Certificate in English)
- PTE – 67 (at least 56 in each of the “Communicative Skills” sections)