Driving force of economy
Global economy is based on overcoming barriers on commodity exchange. The key business processes of international trade are reflected in the export of competitive Croatian products and import of the lacking raw materials.
To identify and meet customer needs
How to recognise market needs, how to connect market research with production, how to ensure export and import of raw materials and finished goods?
To learn how to trade
The competences needed to answer these and even more questions are needed to optimise the supply and demand and to ensure customer satisfaction, which is the centre of attention and the foundation of our efforts.
Full time: February
Part time: February
4 semesters/ 2 years
The study programmeme examines various issues in domestic and international trade, and provides students with skills and competence needed to organise, prepare and make a deal in international trade, and for strategic planning and management in domestic and international trade.
The programmeme covers all areas of management, at the same time focusing on the key functions of trading companies, like sales, purchasing, and storage.
Students will also learn about legal aspects of making contracts in international trade, and will gain an understanding of the specific aspects of e-trade in international trade. The study programmeme will help students become familiar with project management as one of the fundamental tools that help companies adapt to the demands of a tumultuous market. Students will acquire key concepts, knowledge, methodology and practices which help companies gain a competitive advantage on the global market. They will adopt a modern approach to strategic thinking, learn how to analyse a business situation in the company and in business environment, and how to shape and implement the company’s strategy, understanding that the survival and profitability of the company largely depend on it. Upon completion of their studies, students will be able to implement knowledge and skills needed to run companies successfully.
Where: Zagreb campus – classes taught in Croatian
1st year COURSE LECTURES S+PC ECTS 1st semester (winter) Quantitative Methods in Business Management 30 30 8 Controlling 30 30 8 Information Systems for Business Management 30 30 7 Information Systems for Business Management 30 30 7 TOTAL IN 1st SEMESTER 120 120 30 2nd semester (summer) Management of Trade Companies 30 30 7 Management of the Supply Chain 30 30 7 Marketing Management 30 30 7 Consumer Behavior 30 30 7 Thesis 1 – – 2 TOTAL IN 2nd SEMESTER 120 120 30 TOTAL IN 1st YEAR 240 240 60 2nd year COURSE LECTURES S+V ECTS 3rd semester (winter) Marketing in Trade 30 30 7 Crisis management 30 30 7 Business Management in International Trade 30 30 7 Financial Management in Stores 30 30 7 Thesis 2 – – 2 TOTAL IN 3rd SEMESTER 120 120 30 4th semester (summer) Elective course I. 30 30 5 Elective course II. 30 30 5 Elective course III. 30 30 5 Graduation thesis – – 15 TOTAL IN 4th SEMESTER 90 90 30 TOTAL IN 2nd YEAR 210 210 60 NAPOMENA: Od šest (6) ponuđenih izbornih predmeta studenti u 4. semestru odabiru i upisuju u indeks tri (3) predmeta. List of elective courses in 4th semester: Public Finance 30 30 5 Competitive Analysis 30 30 5 Sales Management 30 30 5 Business Finance (Financial Management) 30 30 5 Strategic Management 30 30 5 Project Management 30 30 5
94% of our graduates are employed!
According to data from the Croatian Employment Service by the end of December, 2015 out of 2,185 persons who graduated from Libertas only 122 were seeking employment through the Service.
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