The Public Economy and Administration study programme is not only for people interested in working in public administration (at municipal and regional authorities, ministries, and institutions of these offices in operation), but for anyone who wants to understand the relationships between the public and private sectors, whether they later find employment in the private, public, or non-governmental non-profit sector. Students are encouraged to employ critical thinking during their study and strengthen their capacity for analysis and reasoning, gaining a deep knowledge of the system of public finance and administration and on the effective management of public funds, both on the part of public revenues (tax system, the administration of taxes and fees), and on the side of public expenditures in various spheres. Part of this field is also the issue of the non-profit sector, i.e. non-profit studies.
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Typical areas in which graduates find themselves are institutions of a wide variety of sectors in which the public sector has a schare (education, health, culture, municipal services, technical infrastructure, public administration and justice), the entire non-profit sector, respectively. The field of study is designed in such a way that graduate education generally qualifies as a universally applicable economist in public sector institutions, including professions that require autonomy of decision making, initiative, ability to analyze and solve problems, formulate concepts, plan, create and implement projects. Graduates can apply not only as employees of ministries, public administration institutions, territorial self-governing units, but also as consultants, consultants, press spokespersons or experts working in the bodies of the European Union. However, graduating the program does not exclude private sector employment, especially in positions requiring cooperation with the public sector (eg project management).
You can find detailed information about the admission procedure at ECON.MUNI. Contact information: - questions concerning the Learning Potential Test: email@example.com - questions concerning the electronic application form issues: firstname.lastname@example.org - questions concerning the payment for the electronically submitted application form: email@example.com - questions concerning of various fields of study, study purport and organization: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Criteria for evaluation
The condition of admission to study in a bachelor study program is to achieve secondary education. Faculty of Economics and Administration MU respects the provisions of Articles 48, 49 and 50 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., On Higher Education, as amended, and provides as an additional condition for admission to study the composition of the entrance examination. The result of the entrance examination determines the order of the candidates. The admission of the candidate will be decided by the Dean of the faculty on the proposal of the Admissions Committee, which will recommend the admission of the candidate on the basis of the order of the entrance examination results. Decisions on admission / non-admission to study are received by the applicant after the meeting of the admission committee. For more information visit ECON.MUNI a MUNI.CZ.
Please see ECON.MUNI for examples of Learning Potential Test (TSP) from previous years and field tests.
Students have a pre-defined list of required courses, which are supplemented with selective and elective courses. The student pays full attention to the single field of study chosen.
In this type of studies, the students focus on the main degree programme (120 credits) supplemented with another, minor, programme (60 credits). The student enrols in the degree programme in which he/she majors. Both the programmes are stated in the university diploma. You will find possible combinations on the websites of individual degree programmes. An exception is programmes preparing students for teaching professions, where both fields of study are equal and the thesis may be written in any of them.
After completing the Bachelor’s degree study programme, it is possible to continue further studies in the Master’s degree study programme in Public Economy and Administration.
|Provided by||Faculty of Economics and Administration|
|Type of studies|
|Standard length of studies||3 years|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
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