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International Business

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First-cycle studies

At AFMKU we prepare you to face present and future challenges in the international business world. Through our unique learning environment and state-of-the-art facilities, you can gain knowledge, skills and experiences to stand out from the crowd in your future career. International Business is a first-cycle programme run by the Faculty of Law, Administration and International Relations.

The courses are conducted by the Polish as well as foreign visiting lecturers. Students get an opportunity to study over 30 courses in 3 years (6 semesters) including such standard subjects as Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, IT, International Political Relations, Sociology, Mathematics, Law, Accounting, International Trade, Statistics, Marketing or Intercultural Communication in Business and Management. The programme of studies also involves a pertinent four-week practical training.

Upon the completion of studies, graduates receive Bachelor diplomas issued in accordance with the Bologna Process.

Second-cycle studies

The specialization of international business in master's studies is carried out for 4 semesters and leads to obtaining a master's degree. As part of the master's program in the international business specialization, students gain knowledge in the field of (incl.):

  • Development Economics
  • International Economic Transactions
  • International Financial Markets
  • EU Economic Law
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Global Logistics
  • International Business Strategy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in International Business
  • International Human Resource Management


The aim of the education process is to acquire the skills needed to conduct international business activities as well as the ability to critically analyse international political and economic processes and competences that allow to develop the understanding of social reality, decision-making and acting with the awareness of the consequences associated with these choices in the field of widely understood political and economic international cooperation.

The general knowledge acquired in the course of studies allows graduates of the specialization of international business to work in state institutions and organizations dealing with economic cooperation with foreign countries as well as in the European Union, international organizations and diplomatic outposts. The studies prepare for conducting business in the integrating world.

Contact details:

International Studies Office
ul. Gustawa Herlinga-Grudzińskiego 1
30-705 Krakow, Poland

building A, room A 145
phone: +48 12 252 44 21
e-mail:

Admissions Office
ul. Gustawa Herlinga-Grudzinskiego 1
30-705 Krakow, Poland
building C, ground floor
 

phone: +48 12 252 44 00
phone: +48 12 292 62 16
e-mail:

Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University
Gustawa Herlinga - Grudzińskiego 1, 30-705 Kraków, Poland
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