Join a professional class of students who have prepared themselves to be leaders and strategic decision makers in international business. Todays markets require more than business savvy, and thats why Anglo-American Universitys Master of Arts in Business and Law in International Markets program guides students through an exceptional, interdisciplinary curriculum.Students will become decisive thinkers in economics, finance, international business law and management. AAU knows that the most versatile business students today will be the best decision makers tomorrow.
The best students at AAU can study for free! We provide scholarships based on academic achievement measured by a students Grade Point Average (GPA). Your GPA is calculated cumulatively from the beginning of your studies at AAU. To be eligible for the Merit-Based Scholarship, you must have already completed two full-time semesters and have taken at least 4 courses the previous semester. The level of your GPA then determines the tuition discount as shown in the table below. Typically, over 11% of our degree-seeking students receive this scholarship.
The M.A. in Business and Law in International Markets was accredited by the Czech Republic Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on February 17, 2009 (code number N6227 – 6208T172) thereby qualifying graduates to apply for postgraduate study programs at private and public universities in the Czech Republic and other EU countries, the United States, Canada, and many other countries around the world.
The program requires 120 ECTS credits (60 US credits) and may be completed by full-time students in two years.
Required Courses in Economics and Finance
Required Courses in Business Administration
Required Courses in Law
In order to graduate, students must pass a final, State Examination conducted by a panel of faculty, including one thesis opponent.
State exams consisting of the presentation and defense of an original master’s thesis, and an oral examination based on required subjects in economics, finance, management, and law.
AAU actively participates in the ERASMUS/SOCRATES exchange program with over 30 EU university partners. Additional exchanges exist with universities in North America, Australia, and Asia. These exchange programs enable students to partially complete their studies in another country. Ask your advisor for more information on what ERASMUS opportunities might apply for this program.
To apply for a master's degree program at Anglo-American University, applicants must submit a complete Application Form and all documents listed below:
When the complete application package has been recieved, applicants will be invited to an interview (conducted in person or by phone).
Non-native English speakers meeting all requirements except for English proficiency (TOEFL score 500 - 525) may be provisionally admitted to AAU for one semester, after a successful interview; full acceptance is subject to the student's score in an English language test at the end of the first semester.
Applicants who do not meet the required language test score can be accepted into our one-semester Intensive Academic English Program.
NOTE: The Merit-based Scholarship does not apply to the MBA program.
3.5+ Award 100%
On very limited basis Anglo-American University may provide financial assistance to students in unexpected and extraordinary hardship. If situation like this rises student needs to apply in writing to the Provost with detailed explanation of the situation. The Provost will set up a commitee to address the situation. If the commitee feels that the circumstances justify the application it passes it to the President with its recommendation for final approval.
Anglo-American University awards a yearly full scholarship to two Roma applicants that fulfill the admissions requirements. To keep the scholarship students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. These scholarships must be applied for during the admissions process.
Anglo-American University awards a yearly full scholarship to one applicant with refugee status in the Czech Republic that fulfills the admissions requirements. To keep the scholarship student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. This scholarship must be applied for during the admissions process.
Anglo-American University is happy to offer a yearly full scholarship to one student with disabilities. To keep the scholarship student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or. This scholarship must be applied for during the admissions process. Please be aware that the Anglo-American University campus is not wheelchair accessible.
These scholarships are offered to graduates of any programs of Anglo-American University, Anglo-American College, The New Anglo-American College in Prague and Anglo-American Institute of Liberal Studies. They apply to the first year only.
3.0–3.39 Award 50%
MBA students are not eligible for any of the stipends above. Anglo-American University, however, offers annually 4 MBA stipends in the amount of 100 000 CZK to its alumni. Selection is based on the GPA solely. The scholarship must be applied for during the admissions process.
Anglo-American University offers other special scholarships which are – following their approval at the President’s Collegium - announced on an ad hoc basis.
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