International Business Management – Master of Arts

Master's degree

International Business Management

Economics – second-cycle Master’s studies

Specialisation – International Business

Second-cycle studies in economics provide a comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of economics and the ability to manage financial, human and material resources. The knowledge imparted during the studies allows students to learn the principles of advanced analytical methods that facilitate the study of economic phenomena.
Graduates are able to work in diverse conditions of the international market environment and in multicultural teams, and have the skills to cooperate in a team as well as to lead teams. Graduates will learn models of economic growth and development, including sustainable development, as well as the mechanisms of functioning of the modern world economy and national economies open to international flows. With an understanding of the functioning of the international market, one is very well prepared to work abroad. You also acquire managerial skills, including human resource management, communication, team formation and management, combined with the ability to make decisions under conditions of risk and on the basis of proper data interpretation. An important part of the training is learning foreign languages to the extent that they can be used freely in professional work. Graduates will be able to use specialist language in the field of economics. The second-cycle studies also provide the basis for further education in post-graduate and doctoral (third-cycle) studies, and enable the student to undertake research and/or educational work.

Specialisation – International business

Specialised knowledge obtained prepares one for the realm of International Business. The International Business specialisation is a response to the growing demand for employees who are familiar with the specifics of the functioning of companies and institutions under conditions of internationalisation (including European integration) and who are able to function while cooperating and competing with domestic and foreign partners. International Business is a specialisation designed for those who wish to actively operate in international markets and seek practical skills and knowledge in this field. The aim of the specialisation is to enable students to acquire comprehensive knowledge in the field of international business and to acquire practical skills for conducting activities in various forms of business activity on the open domestic and international markets. This specialisation prepares you to work in international corporations, companies cooperating on international markets or offices and institutions cooperating with foreign countries.

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Placement details

Career opportunities

Fees & requirements

Modules overview

The MA programme includes placements with successful and innovative companies, integrated throughout the programme. It is an opportunity to verify one’s performance under the supervision of highly-qualified business practitioners, to confront one’s knowledge and skills with real-life business challenges, and to acquire first contacts in the professional world of business.

– employee in international manufacturing companies
– employee in commercial companies
– employee in financial and capital services
– manager in international projects
– employee of non-governmental public benefit organisations
– self-employed entrepreneur running one’s own business

Administration fee (non-refundable) – 200 Euro

Tuition fee (per year) – 3100 Euro


In order to make a transfer for studies conducted in English you will need the following transfer details:


Name: Akademia Nauk Stosowanych Wincentego Pola w Lublinie / Vincent Pol University

Name of the Bank: Santander Bank Polska S.A.
Bank Address: ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 37, 20-950 Lublin, Poland



Foreign currency account – held in EURO

Beneficiary’s Account No: PL 81 1500 1520 1215 2009 1373 0000


Foreign currency account – held in USD

Beneficiary’s Account No: PL 58 1500 1520 1215 2009 9858 0000


Full costs of transfer are on the Student’s side. The university should receive full fees.



General entry requirements:


International students applying to our University have to submit documents confirming their graduation from a secondary school or a university. Certificates and diplomas issued abroad must be officially legalized and recognized in Poland.


Language requirements:


International students must submit a document confirming their knowledge of English, or are required to a attend an English language course. This requirement does not apply to students for whom English is a native language or was a language of instruction at school.

International students should demonstrate that they meet one of the following minimum language requirements:

TOEFL test with a score of at least 550,

IELTS test with a score of at least 6.0 for Bachelor and Master studies,

FCE test with grade B.

A. 1 Advanced microeconomics
A. 2 Advanced macroeconomics
A. 3 Statistical methods in economic analysis
A. 4 Main currents in economic theory
A. 5 International economics
A. 6 Public sector economics
A. 7 Econometrics and forecasting
A. 8 Business law
A. 9 Introduction to philosophy

B. 1 Economics of European integration
B. 2 Financial accounting
B. 3 Financial markets
B. 4 International finance
B. 5 Business cycle analysis
B. 6 Price and fiscal dumping in the EU
B. 7 Databases in economic analytics
B. 8 a Business English (elective)
B. 8 b Business Spanish (elective)
B. 9 a Banking sector in the economy (elective)
B. 9 b Monetary policy (elective)
B. 10 a Economic systems (elective)
B. 10 b Market for services in the European Union (elective)

C I. SPECIALIZATION MODULE: International business
C I.1 International business environment
C I.2 International competitiveness
C I.3 International market analysis
C I.4 Foreign trade transactions
C I.5 Logistics in international business
C I.6 EU internal market freedoms and competition policy
C I.7 Transnational corporations
C I.8 Triad in the global economy
C I.9 Contracts in international trade
C I.10 a Internationalisation of business (elective)
C I.10 b Tourism sector in the EU economy (elective)
C I.11 a Functioning of the Eurozone (elective)
C I.11 b Trade policy (elective)
C I.12 a International marketing (elective)
C I.12 b International management (elective)
C I.13 a Intercultural communication (elective)
C I.13 b EU budget policy (elective)
C I.14 a IT support for international business (elective)
C I.14 b Economic recessions (elective)
C I.15 a Exchange rate systems (elective)
C I.15 b Cost accounting (elective)
C I.16 a International economic organisations (elective)
C I.16 b The EU’s energy policy (elective)
C I.17 a Geopolitical and economic importance of energy resources (elective)
C I.17 b International migration of populations (elective)
C I.18 a Energy intensity of the EU economy (elective)
C I.18 b International electricity market (elective)

D. I.1 Diploma Seminar

E. I.1 Professional internship I
E. I.2 Professional internship II



Advanced microeconomics
Advanced macroeconomics
Statistical methods in economic analysis
International economics
Public sector economics
Business law
Introduction to philosophy
Economics of European integration
Financial accounting
Databases in economic analytics
Business English (elective)
Business Spanish (elective)


Main currents in economic theory
Econometrics and forecasting
Financial markets
International finance
Business cycle analysis
Business English (elective)
Business Spanish (elective)
Diploma Seminar
Professional internship I


Banking sector in the economy (elective)
Monetary policy (elective)
Economic systems (elective)
Market for services in the European Union (elective)
International business environment
International competitiveness
International market analysis
Triad in the global economy
Contracts in international trade
IT support for international business (elective)
Economic recessions (elective)
Exchange rate systems (elective)
Cost accounting (elective)
Energy intensity of the EU economy (elective)
International electricity market (elective)
Diploma Seminar
Professional internship II


Price and fiscal dumping in the EU
Foreign trade transactions
Logistics in international business
EU internal market freedoms and competition policy
Transnational corporations
Internationalisation of business (elective)
Tourism sector in the EU economy (elective)
Functioning of the Eurozone (elective)
Trade policy (elective)
International marketing (elective)
International management (elective)
Intercultural communication (elective)
EU budget policy (elective)
International economic organisations (elective)
The EU’s energy policy (elective)
Geopolitical and economic importance of energy resources (elective)
International migration of populations (elective)
Diploma Seminar

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please contact:

Monika Wróbel MA
Head of International Admissions Office

‏‏‎Phone: +48 81 740 25 04


E-mail: infoenglish@pol.edu.pl

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