Global Business Management & Analysis
The postgraduate study course Global Business Management & Analysis is a comprehensive, two-semester postgraduate degree course conducted in English. It is a response of the Cracow School of Business to the challenges related to analysing and processing business data and management in international business. One of the foundations of the studies is based on the idea of a holistic approach to data management, corporate architecture, and current conditions for running a business on an international scale.
The target group of this study course are foreigners, employees of companies (mainly international corporations) and institutions related to the business services sector, data analysis, business process analysts, project managers, members of project teams from the finance sector and more. The target group also includes people planning to gain knowledge and new competencies in international business development, management and data analysis.
Goal of study:
This study course aims to prepare the participants of postgraduate studies to fulfil the role of a leader in a multicultural team, a business analyst or a manager of a team in an international institution. Students will learn how to conduct research, assess and document business models, and understand the mechanisms of solving possible organisational difficulties in international business. Particular emphasis will be put on identifying requirements for business processes and IT solutions, as well as learning about the tools of a team leader, teamwork and international business analysis. A vital element of the studies is to prepare the student from the economic and organisational side and provide them with interpersonal skills and competencies in the creative thinking and teamwork field.
Duration of studies and number of hours:
The postgraduate study course is a part-time study (weekend classes from Friday until Sunday, usually every second weekend). The classes are stationary (face-to-face) and held on the Krakow University of Economics campus. The course consists of 190 hours of classes and lasts two semesters—applied language: English 100%.
Conditions and method of completing the studies:
The condition for obtaining credit for each subject is attendance. Each semester ends with a written exam. At the end of the course, students take the final exam.
- International Economics
- Global Economy and Geopolitics of Corporations
- International Business Negotiations
- Technological Upgrading and Labour Market
- Strategic Management
- Digital Marketing & PR
- Energy Transformation Management
- Diversity and Human Resources Management
- Change Management
- International Finance
- International Accounting
- Descriptive Statistics in International Trade and Business
- Business Analysis – Introduction
- Computer-Aided Data Analysis in International Business
- Advanced Excel – Power BI/Query – certified
- Project Management – AgilePM/BA – certified