Business Administration

Business Administration is the first undergraduate program established at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration that was delivered entirely in English. It is structured as a three fold program, which allows graduates to specialize in one of the three fields: management, marketing or finance. Courses are delivered exclusively based on course books of international level, acquired from renowned printing houses (Pearson Education, Springer, Prentice Hall). They support both the quality of the teaching-learning process and the comparability with other European universities in terms of student competencies and abilities. Along the three years, students are exposed to an international environment, experimenting interactions with different cultures.

Educational Plan

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  • Series 2023/2026
    1st year
    First semester
    Microeconomics
    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Applied Mathematics for Economics
    Business Law
    Business German 1 / French language 1
    Business Information Technologies
    Sports 1
    Second semester
    Basics of Statistics
    Macroeconomics
    End-User Computing
    Financial Accounting
    Business German 2 / French language 2
    Management
    Sports 2
    Elementary Mathematics – Supplementary courses
    Intercultural Communication – Supplementary courses
    Digital Learning – Supplementary courses

    2nd year
    First semester
    Finance
    Econometrics
    Marketing
    Organizational Behaviour
    Business Communication and Negotiation
    Business German 3/ French language 3
    Sports 3
    Second semester
    Supply Chain Management
    Money and Credit
    Entrepreneurial thinking
    Consumer Behaviour
    Business German 4/ French language 4
    Internship
    Sports 4
    3rd year
    First semester
    Financial Management
    Strategic Management
    E-marketing
    Elective courses (Bachelor Thesis Methodology ; Ethics and Academic Integrity ) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Entrepreneurial Finance; FinTech) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Public Relations; Sales Management; Direct Marketing; Global Citizenship and Diversity Management) – 1 out of 4
    Second semester
    Business Research Methods
    Corporate Social Responsibility Management
    Human Resource Management
    Business Projects
    Elective courses (International Economy; International Business) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Enterprise Resource Planning; Project Management) – 1 out of 2

  • Series 2022/2025

    1st year
    First semester
    Microeconomics
    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Applied Mathematics for Economics
    Business Law
    Business German 1 / French language 1
    Business Information Technologies
    Sports 1
    Second semester
    Basics of Statistics
    Macroeconomics
    End-User Computing
    Financial Accounting
    Business German 2 / French language 2
    Management
    Sports 2
    Elementary Mathematics – Supplementary courses
    Intercultural Communication – Supplementary courses
    Digital Learning – Supplementary courses

    2nd year
    First semester
    Finance
    Econometrics
    Marketing
    Organizational Behaviour
    Business Communication and Negotiation
    Business German 3 / French language 3
    Sports 3
    Second semester
    Supply Chain Management
    Money and Credit
    Entrepreneurial thinking
    Consumer Behaviour
    Business German 4 / French language 4
    Internship
    Sports 4
    3rd year
    First semester
    Financial Management
    Strategic Management
    E-marketing
    Elective courses (Bachelor Thesis Methodology ; Ethics and Academic Integrity ) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Entrepreneurial Finance; FinTech) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Public Relations; Sales Management; Direct Marketing; Global Citizenship and Diversity Management) – 1 out of 4
    Second semester
    Business Research Methods
    Corporate Social Responsibility Management
    Human Resource Management
    Business Projects
    Elective courses (European Economics; International Business) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Enterprise Resource Planning; Project Management) – 1 out of 2

  • Series 2021/2024

    1st year
    First semester
    Microeconomics
    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Applied Mathematics for Economics
    Business Law
    Business German 1 / French language 1
    Business Information Technologies
    Sports 1
    Second semester
    Basics of Statistics
    Macroeconomics
    End-User Computing
    Financial Accounting
    Business German 2 / French language 2
    Management
    Sports 2
    Elementary Mathematics – Supplementary courses
    2nd year
    First semester
    Finance
    Econometrics
    Marketing
    Organizational Behaviour
    Business Communication and Negotiation
    Business German 3/ French language 3
    Sports 3
    Second semester
    Supply Chain Management
    Money and Credit
    Entrepreneurial thinking
    Consumer Behaviour
    Business German 4/ French language 4
    Internship
    Sports 4
    3rd year
    First semester
    Financial Management
    Strategic Management
    E-marketing
    Elective courses (Bachelor Thesis Methodology ; Ethics and Academic Integrity ) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Entrepreneurial Finance; FinTech) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Public Relations; Sales Management; Direct Marketing) – 1 out of 3
    Second semester
    Business Research Methods
    Corporate Social Responsibility Management
    Human Resource Management
    Business Projects
    Elective courses (European Economics; International Business) – 1 out of 2
    Elective courses (Enterprise Resource Planning; Project Management) – 1 out of 2


The program targets high school graduates with a good level of English (at least B2 according to European standards), willing to study in an international environment and at a level that will facilitate their integration on the international labour market. Students enrolled in the Business Administration program are the favourite candidates for international programs (Erasmus, Work & Travel, American Experience and other) due to their very good level of foreign languages, high level of knowledge and abilities and the international environment experienced in the program. In July 2016, the Business Administration program will record the fifth generation of graduates. This proves that it is a solid and valuable program, which is confirmed also by the exponential rising in terms of number of students enrolled per year. According to a satisfaction study, 95% of the Business Administration graduates between 2012 and 2015 would choose the program again.