Core Programme

The core courses combine mainstream economics with various aspects of business.

The Economics courses include courses that cover the main areas of theoretical, applied and quantitative aspects of the subject, including also international and European aspects of economics. These courses advance understanding of the choices and behaviour of individuals, households, firms, and other organizations.

The Finance and Accounting courses focus upon capital markets, finance, management accounting, financial accounting and financial management.

The Business Administration courses provide an understanding of business, organisation, and strategy including common functionally based business courses and the courses in Business Ethics and Economic Anthropology that have become especially significant in recent years alongside a growing concern with the ethical practices of business and a more profound understanding of the nature of business.

The Research Methods courses aim to help undergraduates understand research methods, and look at research in academic and applied contexts. These courses also aim to provide practical skills in finding and using sources of research information, research management, and basic data analysis techniques.

The Communication courses teach powerful communication skills that enable undergraduates to bridge the gap between the everyday life and the university, be more effective in academic and professional situations and give professional training in team building and team dynamics. Given that the language of instruction is English, there is a strong emphasis on upgrading the knowledge and skills in communicating in English at an advanced level.

 

Economics
Mathematics for Economics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Econometrics
EU Studies
Economics of Networks
Political Economy

Finance and Accounting
Financial Accounting
Management Accounting and Finance
Accounting and Finance
Managerial Economics with Production Management
Financial Economics
International Finance

Business Law 

Business Administration
Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
Organization and Management
Human Resources Management
Marketing
Business Ethics
Economic Anthropology
Strategy

Research Methods
Introduction to Research Methods
Economic Statistics
Market Research
Research Methods for Academic Research

Communication
Academic Study Skills
English

Team Building