|Application deadline:||Exchange Students:15 June for the Winter Semester, 15 December for the Summer Semester; Degree Students: 15 February|
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|Start date:||September 2014|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
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Graduates have profound theoretical knowledge in the application of exact approaches originating in the economic theories and models. To solve problems, they use mathematical-statistical, econometric and forecasting methods including information technologies whereas some of them are highly specialized. The knowledge is related to the most recent information in the field of study. Graduates' knowledge serves as a basis of original and critical thinking and enables them to participate in the research. Graduates have critical knowledge about the problems not only in their field but also in the interdisciplinary field. They understand theories, concepts and methods that correspond with a job position in the are of management of production, services, commerce, public administration, finance and insurance sectors as well as in agrarian diplomacy on the EU level. They have profound professional knowledge in economics, econometrics, forecasting and planning, management, marketing, international and EU law. They are well orientated in the problems of the European integration, agriculture, fundamentals of diplomacy and global foreign trade. This special knowledge is supplemented with fundamentals of higher statistics, information and supply-chain systems, system analysis, informatics and other social sciences like psychology, political science, sociology and philosophy. The acquired knowledge enables them to continue in the doctoral study programs. They are specifically aware about limitations to their knowledge and they have a clear idea about further study in the areas.
* 1st year
Czech-ERASMUS-beginners - level A1
Czech-ERASMUS-beginners - level A1
Economics of Industries (Sectoral Economics)
Econometric Modelling (EM)
Methods of Social Research EM
Human Resource Management EM
Diploma Thesis Work
Decision Support Systems
English for business purposes C 1
English for academic purposes C 1
World and European Economy
IT for e-business
* 2nd year
Diploma Thesis Seminar
General Economics - International Economics
Economics of Enterprises (MSc. - EM)
Strategic Management EM
Diploma Thesis Work
* Compulsory-optional Subjects
Trade Theory and Foreign Trade
Management Information Systems
Psychology of Organisation and Behaviour at Work
Co-operative business EM
Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics
Public Law in EU
Business Strategy EM
Computer Security 20
* Open for BSc graduates from programme Agricultural Economics and Management (taught in English) and BSc graduates with a solid background in economics and management, mathematics and statistics. English proficiency is mandatory. International applicants for degree studies must present an offcialy recognized BSc diploma and must pass an entrance examination.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic (hereafter referred to as the "Ministry") annually offers scholarships to foreign nationals, pursuant to bilateral intergovernmental or deparmental agreements concluded with a number of countries. Scholarships are awarded to applicants nominated by the competent authorities of eligible countries (37.00 KB).
Scholarships of this type are designed for university/college students or graduates and Ph.D. candidates (exceptionally also for university researchers/teachers) who wish to accomplish a study or research stay at one of the Czech public institutions of higher education. Its length usually ranges from 2 to 10 months depending upon the agreement made by the Czech government and the foreign government concerned that specifies also the categories of eligible recipients.
The scholarship award is notified by a Decision issued by the Ministry. There is no legal claim to the scholarship award. The scholarship is not transferable to another person.
Its amount is periodically reviewed and adjusted. For the academic year 2010/2011, the scholarship amounts to CZK 9,000per month (about EUR 350) for those who do not hold a Master's degree or equivalent and CZK 9,500 (about EUR 370) per month for holders of a Master's degree or equivalent.
Scholarship-holders are exempted from tuition fees. The scholarship has to be collected in person at the appropriate department of the respective Czech university.
Inexpensive accommodation at student dormitories is offered as well as the possibility to take meals at student catering facilities. The applicants are requested to indicate in their application form whether they wish to obtain lodging at a student dormitory.
All study programmes taught at CULS Prague are accredited by the National Accreditaion Commission of the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Higher Education Institution Section.
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