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Tuition fee €1,810.00 per semester
Application fee €50.00 one-time

Overview

The key feature of the International Business studies is a strong orientation towards real-life topics and problem-solving approaches, development of analytical and communication skills. Taught subjects are devised in such a way as to ensure active learning both of the conveyed knowledge and of the essential skills. Weekly class time is typically divided into formal lectures and seminars or tutorials. In addition to the class time, students are expected to undertake independent study preparing for lectures and seminars: doing homework, preparing class presentations, carrying out research assignments and writing essays. During the last year of studies all undergraduate students are required to complete a minimum of 12 weeks practice placement, either abroad or in national business enterprises, gaining experience of putting the gained skills into practice and building upon the obtained knowledge and abilities.

Programme structure

Semester 1 – 30 CP
Compulsory Courses – 25
Art of Negotiation – 5
Introduction to Business Studies and Career Management – 5
Microeconomics – 5
Management – 5
Business English I/II – 5

Optional Courses
International Protocol – 5
Business Psychology – 5

Semester 2 - – 30CP
Compulsory Courses – 20
Macroeconomics – 5
Business English II/II – 5
Business Mathematics – 5
Business Statistics I/II – 5

Optional Courses
group: B – 5
Philosophy – 5
Political Science – 5
Sociology – 5
group: B1 – 5
Foreign Language (Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, German) I/II - 5

Semester 3 – 30 CP
Compulsory Courses – 20
Accounting – 5
Marketing – 5
Business Statistics I/II – 5
Human Resources Management – 5

Optional Courses
group: C – 5
Corporate Communication – 5
Service Business – 5
group: C1 – 5
Foreign Language (Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, German) I/II – 5

Semester 4 – 30 CP
Compulsory Courses – 25
Cross-Cultural Management and Communication – 5
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility – 5
Business Law – 5
Business Research – 5
Knowledge and Innovation Management – 5

Optional Courses
Leadership – 5
Sales – 5

Semester 5 – 30 CP
Compulsory Courses – 25
Corporate Finance – 5
Quantitative Business Decision – 5
Project Management – 5
Strategic Management – 5
Entrepreneurship – 5

Optional Courses
Audit - 5
Import and Export Management – 5
Internet Marketing – 5
Quality Management – 5

*Semester 6 – 30 CP *
Compulsory Courses – 25
Financial Markets and Investments – 5
Financial Management – 5
Course Project – 5
International Economics and Trade – 5
International Business – 5

Optional Courses
European Economic Integration – 5
Emerging Markets – 5
Comperative Economics – 5

Semester 7 – 30 CP
Compulsory Courses – 15
Final Thesis – 15
Professional Practise – 15

Career opportunities

Destination surveys show that graduates of International Business studies have good career opportunities in finance and insurance, trade and marketing, human resource management, e-business, private or public management in general. Many of programme graduates start up their own business ventures. Independent surveys and interviews indicate clearly that employers in different areas of labour market value students that have successfully complete our International Business programme. While most of our programme graduates enter the world of business either still studying or immediately after graduating, the sufficiently strong academic backing of the programme enables students to pursue Master degree either in Lithuania or abroad.

Apply now! Fall semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Aug 30, 2017 23:59
Europe/Riga time
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2017

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States