ECTS: 180 credits ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) - is an European system for translation and accumulation of points/results. This system was created for recording the academic work of students during an educational programme or course. One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS points, which is about 1500-1800 study hours.
About the programme
Programme BA International Business intends to educate practically oriented business professionals who are well acquainted with relevant knowledge from International business and are able to communicate in two and/or three foreign languages. Students develop also knowledge of sustainable business, ethics, public administration and responsible attitude towards contemporary problems of society and environment.
The basic objective of the programme International Business is to acquaint students with professional and managing tasks in different organizations, especially in companies and institutions which are integrated into international cooperation. Beside basic professional – theoretical knowledge in the field of business sciences students acquire also practical knowledge for work in international business and develop competences for independent work planning, organization, performance and monitoring, fluent communication in foreign languages, for sustainable development and for work in the public sector
Admission for the first year of study is available for the following applicants:
- leavers of schools with secondary (complete) general education, who passed the state examination;
- leavers of secondary vocational schools (technical schools and colleges).
The Slovene Language Certificate is NOT required to enrol on this programme in Slovene.
English Language Requirements for Foreign Students: the general minimum level of English language skills required is B2.
After graduation from international business you will be able to work in all areas of business, such as organization of international events, finance, marketing, foreign market research, corporate governance, international advertising, human resources management in international companies, operational work in the diplomatic service, management of departments and international services, work abroad, international volunteer work etc.