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Study programme

We are preparing our bachelor’s in Global Business and Management for academic year 2021/2022

Bachelor in Global Business and Management: Programme Summary

Our three-year bachelor’s degree in Global Business and Management is designed to give the next generation of business leaders the tools they need to shape the workplaces of tomorrow. 

All our programmes have the same core of subjects – Economics, Management and Psychology. In our opinion, this is the best mix for every modern manager. Additionally, the English language programme enables students to become fully immersed in professional English, to prepare them for a truly international entrepreneurial career.

Course Details

The programme combines theoretical foundations with practical seminars and managerial training. Special emphasis is put on developing the mindset of a true and effective manager and entrepreneur. It is our belief that if you want to lead others, you must first understand yourself. We therefore teach students to understand their strengths, to actively self-develop and to cultivate critical thinking.

Theoretical instruction is accompanied by practical business project experience. Students are taught by respected professionals from both the private and public sectors, as well as prominent guest lecturers. Previous guest lecturers have included Vladimír Tomšík, the former Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank and current ambassador to China, and Stanislav Gálik, the CEO of Aures Laboratories and member of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

 

“Personal attitude is much more important to the management of companies than a perfect knowledge of specific managerial tools. Therefore, we try to encourage our students to grow professionally, rather than push them to memorise theory. We use practical examples to enhance their ability to think critically about problems and to search for the best possible solutions.”

doc. Ing. Jiří Koleňák, Ph.D., MBA, LL.M.

Vice-Chancellor for Strategy and Development

Study Options

We prepare two study options for completing your degree: on campus and online.

On campus

The programme is delivered on our campus in the centre of historic Prague. Students have access to our premises, event programme and the entire NEWTON ecosystem, including our start-up accelerator scheme. Students studying in person on our campus are able to fully take part in the academic and social life of NEWTON College. 

The tuition fee for this study option is 97,000 CZK (approximately 3,700 EUR) per academic year.

Online

The programme is delivered remotely via real-time lectures and seminars. Students meet their lecturers and classmates using digital learning tools, and visit NEWTON University for short-term stays during the semester and/or in the summer. They also receive additional support with arranging internships in the Czech Republic. 

The tuition fee for this study option is 78,000 CZK (approximately 2,900 EUR) per academic year.

Study Plan

  • 1st semester

    Introduction to Study

    Business Administration I.

    Psychology for Managers

    Marketing

    Mathematics

    Microeconomics

  • 2nd semester

    Management

    Macroeconomics

    Business Administration II.

    Statistics

    Integrated Marketing Communication

    Basics of Social Psychology for Managers

  • 3rd semester

    Human Resource Management

    Basics of Accounting

    Law for Managers

    Political and Cultural Aspects of Global Business

  • 4th semester

    Strategic Management

    Project Management

    Corporate Financial Management

    Manager’s Personality and its Development

    International Trade

    Crisis Management

  • 5th semester

    Internship

    Bachelor Seminar

    Philosophy for Managers

    Financial Markets and Investment Decisions

    Motivation and Performance Management

    Political Science, Social and Political Systems

  • 6th semester

    Bachelor Thesis

    Commercial Law

    Communication and Presentation Skills

    Practical Managerial Techniques

    Ethical Aspects of Management

    World Economic and Political Institutions