International Economic Relations

Administrations

Mashrab Berdikulov
Course Leader
Omonullokhon Akhmedov
Head of Chair

International Economic Relations

International economic relations (IER) direction is one of the main educational directions of YTIT which focuses on the global economy, international relations. Interdisciplinary approach of IER direction reflects an awareness of real-life interdependence. Economists enhance their knowledge of international relations, culture, and people’s value systems. Future specialists benefit from an introduction to economics, principles of management, marketing, consumer behavior, finance, accounting and other economic related subjects.

 

The purpose of the program

This standard will ensure that young graduates of the IER programme will be equipped to cope with real-life conditions in a globalized, diverse world. They will have a solid understanding of the interplay between the global and the local, economic and political cultures and religions, and driving forces in economics, politics and society at the trans-border level. Organization of meetings with famous international and domestic economists and businessmen and also training of highly qualified and skilled personnel in the economy of the country. Development of comprehensive knowledge and skills in economics, finance, and taxation, entrepreneurship and its effective organization.

 

Result

Graduates of the “International Economic Relations” academic direction can work as mature specialists in the key sectors of the economy, banking, finance, investment, exchange and industry, government agencies and advertising agencies, and major international companies.

 

Curriculum

The 1st course. The first stage of the bachelor’s degree is aimed at the further development of students’ interest in science and direction. It mainly focuses on the mastering of Korean, English and Russian languages, IT, Mathematics, Principles of economics, Basics of statistics, History and Development Strategy of Uzbekistan, World History and Geography.

The 2nd course: International economy, principles of marketing, bases of management, finance, accounting, global management, consumer behavior, and management strategies.

The 3rd course: Theoretical and practical courses on International economic relations information system, business intelligence, effective management, e-commerce, logistics, management innovation.

The 4th course: Graduate students will be able to apply theoretical and practical knowledge on investment, management technologies, strategic decision making and business planning, at the end of which the graduation research will be carried out.