The study programme is composed as follows:

  • Assessment module group: 39 ECTS
  • Intermediate module group: 75 ECTS
  • Major and Minor: 66 ECTS

The general programme is followed and accompanied by a major in:

  • Accounting, Finance & Banking
  • International Management & Economics
  • Tourism & Hospitality Management
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6 seme­sters on the full-time track; 8 seme­sters on the work-study or part-time track

Assess­ment module group and Inter­me­diate module group  – 114 ECTS


  • Proces­ses and Opera­ti­ons
  • Marke­ting
  • Human Resour­ces
  • Orga­ni­sa­tion Design
  • Stra­tegy
  • Corpo­rate Ethics
  • Entre­pre­neur­ship
  • Private Busi­ness Law
  • Public Busi­ness Law
  • Finan­cial Manage­ment
  • Corpo­rate Finance
  • Manage­ment Accoun­ting
  • Advan­ced Finan­cial Manage­ment
  • Econo­mics I-III
  • Sustainable Deve­lo­p­ment
  • Intro­duc­tion to Mathe­ma­tics for Busi­ness and Econo­mics
  • Quan­ti­ta­tive Models and Analy­ses
  • Risk Models and Opti­mization
  • Writing for Acade­mic Purpo­ses
  • Presen­ting and Inter­ac­ting
  • Crea­ting and Visua­li­zing Content
  • Writing for Stake­hol­ders
  • Inter­cul­tu­ral Commu­ni­ca­tion
  • Deve­lo­ping Know­ledge : From Lite­ra­ture / Form Inter­views / From Projects and Empi­ri­cal Projects I + II
  • Descrip­tive Data Analy­ses
  • Infe­ren­tial Statis­tics
  • Econo­mics Project

Major and Minors – 66 ECTS

Accoun­ting, Finance and Banking
This major is tail­o­red to students looking for a future career in inter­na­tio­nal finan­cial manage­ment, the finan­cial indu­stry or as a certi­fied public accoun­tant (CPA).

  • Major Accoun­ting, Finance and Banking
  • Minor Finance & Banking
  • Minor Accoun­ting & Manage­ment Control
Inter­na­tio­nal Manage­ment & Econo­mics
This major focuses on the compe­ten­cies requi­red by today’s know­ledge workers to plan, coor­di­nate, and enjoy the bene­fits of working in a global orga­ni­sa­tion, it is ideal for students with a global mind-set and inter­na­tio­nal aspi­ra­ti­ons.

  • Major Inter­na­tio­nal Manage­ment & Econo­mics
  • Minors Inter­na­tio­nal Econo­mics and Stra­te­gies for Global Busi­ness
Tourism & Hospi­ta­lity Manage­ment
This major focuses on the busi­ness and manage­ment prin­ci­ples that apply to the travel and tourism indu­stry and inclu­des topics rela­ting to digital tourism, ecotou­rism, and sustaina­bi­lity.

  • Major Tourism & Hospi­ta­lity Manage­ment
  • Minor Tourism & Hospi­ta­lity Manage­ment

Higher secon­dary educa­tion certi­fi­cate quali­fy­ing the holder for studies at univer­sity level in his/her country of origin,plus a minimum of one year’s quali­fied work expe­ri­ence in a busi­ness-related area, English language profi­ci­ency (level C1 of the Common Euro­pean Frame­work of Refe­rence), proven know­ledge in finan­cial accoun­ting and mathe­ma­tics.

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