Master’s Degree (Czech language)

The two-year follow-up Master’s degree programme in Economics and Management, which ends with the degree of ‘Ing.’, is a professionally oriented study programme without specialisation.

The programme’s focus is on the study of core theoretical subjects and other compulsory subjects including economics, and economics and management of business entities. In its focus, study objectives and syllabus content, it is comparable to similar study programmes taught at public and private universities in the Czech Republic. When comparing it to international study programmes, it corresponds most closely to Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes.

The study programme is designed to meet the requirements of the labour market

The study programme reflects the gradually changing requirements of the labour market, including the growing demand for comprehensively equipped specialists and managers possessing both the necessary breadth of professional knowledge and consciously and purposefully developed personal qualities.

What knowledge and skills will students acquire during their studies?

Students on the programme acquire not only core subject knowledge but also necessary supplementary knowledge, especially in the fields of marketing, law, ethics and psychology. Attention is also paid to the development of broader professional skills, especially language and general professional competencies in areas such as Management Psychology, Management Decision Making, and Best Practices in Management, etc..

Practice is an integral part of the study programme

Students must carry out a minimum of 240 hours of practical professional activities over the course of their studies. NEWTON University cooperates with over 150 companies, institutions and organisations to organise study placements.

International study exchanges and internships

Students on the programme have the opportunity to take advantage of the ERASMUS+ study abroad programme. NEWTON University cooperates with 27 colleges and universities in 13 countries under the scheme.