|Study location||Poland, Warsaw|
|Tuition fee||€1,900 per semester|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The graduate of the second-cycle studies in the field of International Business at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics:
has a thorough understanding of the field of International Business and of the skills and research methods associated with that field,
has a command of the theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of International Business and the related sciences concerning the essence, norms and problems of the corporate operations on the international level and the effective methods of solving these problems,
displays knowledge necessary for understanding of complex processes and phenomena occurring in organisations and the world,
demonstrates the ability to conceive, design, implement manage and adapt substantial research processes within different fields,
has the ability to conduct professional activity on a domestic and an international level,
is able to contribute to the field of knowledge by conductin original research which merits publication in national or international refereed journals, he or she in particular is able to find and use the sources of knowledge and acquire facts related to international business,
is capable of effective team work, communication, negotiation and persuasion,
has the ability to integrate knowledge and handle its complexity, and formulate judgments with incomplete or limited information,
is knowledgeable about the ethical rules of running one’s own business and of social responsibility of international business, and acts in accordance with the principles in question.
The list of learning outcomes and programs for the first and second cycle programs at SGH
The graduates can take up professional work analysts/specialists in the sales, export, marketing and logistics departments as well as in the long-term middle and senior managers of entities operating on international markets, international corporations, public institutions and non-governmental organizations operating internationally. They are prepared to run their own business, the scope of which includes foreign markets.