School of Business and Finance
One of the biggest highlights of studying a business management degree is the key management skills that will allow you to be a valuable asset to any organization. Business school is devoted to the core curriculum, designed to give students a broad overview of the major areas of business.
Business courses range from banking, finance, business management and accounting to tourism, and International economics relations.
For example, a core international marketing course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the principles of Marketing. It includes topics such as environmental analysis, industry and competitor analysis, marketing metrics, marketing strategies, market mix components, and finally implementation and control mechanisms.
International economics deals with economic relations between the nations. Understanding of international economic processes is necessary for those who wish to work in the field of economy, international relations and public administration. The course focuses on international trade of goods and services.
Tourism Management is a study programme which prepares students to work in the dynamic tourism industry in sectors like hospitality, travel and tourism. It also prepares students to plan a wide range of tourism activities and manage tourist products considering existing circumstances and conditions.
Accounting and finance courses dedicated to financial systems with the measurement and communication of this information. As well as a detailed understanding of financial systems and development of analytical skills. Programme introduces a broad insight into other business areas including law, marketing and strategy.
Business school has come up with an entirely new way of covering the basics, integrating the core courses into one learning experience, which may also include sessions on topics such as globalization, ethics and managing diversity. Courses are taught by professors who see students through all disciplines.