Practical profile: 120 ECTS credits – YES; 4 semesters – YES; Full-time – YES; 50% of classes online – YES; study from any place in the world – YES; in Polish language – NO; Master’s thesis -YES; Classes in other languages – NO; Internship or apprenticeship: 50% of the study program – YES; Modular online classes, lectures, exercises – YES; Classes in English-YES (English language – B2 + second language: FR, ES, DE, RU, IT); Individual Organization of Studies – YES; Other activities: Language certificates – YES; Soft trainings – YES; Confirmation of learning outcomes – YES. The main field of study: economics and finance. Polish Qualifications Framework (PQF) and European Qualifications Framework (EQF) – level VII. Scholarships – YES; Student loans – YES; Erasmus + studies and internships – YES.
Employees of international economic and legal relations contribute to the evolution of the organization in which they work and society in general. A graduate of the International economic and legal relations program looks critically, presents original proposals for actions and assesses their effectiveness and fairness. Practices rigorous analytical and critical skills. He works in professions related to international institutions and enterprises in the political, economic and cultural dimensions. He is driven by a desire to be creative and is able to transform initiatives into economic or social reality, organize these activities and find the resources necessary to consolidate them. International economic and legal relations is primarily the science based on an interdisciplinary study program combining economics, finance, management and law. International economic and legal relations is the preparation for work in enterprises, organizations and financial institutions operating in the country and abroad. Preparation for work in international business is a practical approach to international economic and legal relations. We rely on courses in banking, international finance, psychology in business, E-business, contemporary international relations to provide the most qualitative and current knowledge that will be useful in the labor market. Teachers conducting classes are mostly people working in banking, foreign trade, international finance, export, thanks to which they pass on very practical knowledge.
To become a good specialist in international economic and legal relations, You need to be fluent in English, use databases and global publications, and prepare to run Your own business or work in foreign trade, export or import companies to make a useful contribution in the economic development of organization and society. You will learn the basics of working in international business, while acquiring the skills of a practical approach having international character. You will learn specialized computer programs, as well as learn interdisciplinary competences that allow You to use the acquired knowledge in international business. With us You will not only gain practical knowledge, but also build Your own experience during professional practice. It will be useful especially to build Your own image, but also to give You a look at how to create practical and useful projects in an international work environment.
YOUR FUTURE JOB
Our graduates work in the following sectors: foreign trade, banking, controlling, forwarding trade, logistics and international transport.
Your interdisciplinary program combines the fields of economics, finance, management, law and offers You an international character and a practical approach to international business. You will acquire knowledge that simply interests you. The choice of modules in the program International economic and legal relations is very diverse, so that everyone can find and choose something for themselves. Investigating problems in the international dimension and their areas of application: enterprises, organizations, financial institutions operating in the country and abroad, etc .; the ability to think critically and make decisions, and the ability to understand, communicate and be creative. After graduating with a Master’s degree, You will be able to undertake third-cycle (doctoral) and post-graduate studies.