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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (BACHELOR OF SCIENCE)
The purpose of the undergraduate program is to develop knowledge and skills in international finance to prepare students for a career in financial and economic fields. This is achieved through completion of required courses in four components. Students gain experience through an internship and research skills by completing a bachelor’s thesis.
PROGRAM FACTS
Duration: 4 years
ECTS Credits: 240
Thesis: Yes
Internship: Yes
ADMISSION
The undergraduate program is designed to attract individuals with diverse interests. There are no additional admission requirements other than the general requirements of the university.
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
To receive a Bachelor’s degree in International Economics, and International Trade, students must complete the courses listed in the curriculum below.
CURRICULUM
Humanities and socio-economic courses (30 ECTS credits)
Exact and natural science courses (20 ECTS credits)
General courses in the field (85 ECTS credits)
Special courses in the field (105 ECTS credits)
Internship (4 ECTS credits)
Graduation thesis defense (5 ECTS credits)