The study programme focuses on the economics and management of a company as a whole, as well as of its individual functions: production, personnel, scientific-technical, business, and economic-financial. The goal within the scope of the study is to understand factual, economic, organizational, informational, and managerial aspects of the processes that take place in a company and of the relationships among these aspects. In addition to theoretical knowledge, students will develop the necessary skills for executive and managerial activities. Business and entrepreneurship issues are covered in the bachelor's degree at general level - the anchoring of general skills, and in the follow-up Master's degree is then further divided into three study directions (block orientation):
Block A - General management and marketing
Block B - Financial management and controlling
Block C - Operational management and logistics.
A successful graduate is able to
- operate with a professional style of expression in writing and speaking; use the communication and teamwork, exercise appropriate behaviour in different social situations
- speak a very good professional level of English and another world language; easily present and discuss in those languages and write scientific texts
- choose and use tools of quantitative analysis to solve problems relating to various areas of business economics, correctly interpreting the results of the solution
- explain advanced theoretical and methodological knowledge of general economic theory
- recognize theoretical knowledge of specialized disciplines relating to business economics and management and use this knowledge to solve model and actual situations
- use knowledge in practice; examine the economics and management of real business, design management systems, and control the implementation of a series of practical activities related to economics and management companies
Graduates will be able to work as experts in different departments of companies, in mid-level managerial functions, and possibly as top managers’ assistants. Other possibilities include management system analysts and planners, economic-organizational consultants, etc.
|Faculty||Faculty of Economics and Administration|
|Type of study||follow-up master's|
|Standard length of studies||2 years|
|Language of instruction||czech, english|
Field combinations with Business Management
This field of study is only offered in single-subject study mode
Our Master's degree programmes are open to students holding a Bachelor's or equivalent degree. Applicants must have a good command of the English language.
Please see http://www.econ.muni.cz/how-to-apply for complete information and application form or contact email@example.com
For application process, the applicant needs to submit the following documents:
1. Complete e-application form - online in Masaryk University Information System
2. Personal data form
3. Curriculum Vitae
4. Certified copy of Bachelor's diploma
5. Certified copy of Final transcript
6. Statement of purpose
7. English language certificate
All application materials must be in English.
The decision on admission is made by the Dean of the faculty upon a submission from the Admission Commission for foreign studies which will recommend admission if the following conditions are met:
1. Documented language competence. Admission to the programme is conditional upon passing the TOEFL exam scoring the minimum of 550 points (paper-based test), or 213 points (computer-based test), or 79 points (internet-based test), or upon obtaining other internationally recognized certificate (e.g. CAE, IELTS, CPE) scoring results equivalent to the TOEFL exam.
2. Previous study results. Transcript of the results, confirmed by the home university, will be attached to the application for admission.
3. Data provided in the CV. CV will be attached to the application for admission.
4. Data provided in the cover letter. Cover letter will be attached to the application for admission.
Please note that due to limited capacity, applicants with prior education in related study-fields are usually given priority.