The program prepares students for mid- and top-level management positions in industry, industrial policy and finance, as well as academic and research careers.
Students may choose from concentrations in Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
Pre-requisites include a Bachelor's qualification and adequate proficiency in Mathematics, Economics and English. Students graduate in two years upon gaining 120 ECTS credits, passing final exams and defending a Master's Thesis.
The curriculum provides a robust post-graduate education in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Innovations, as well as a number of electives, completing the students' professional profile. At entry, students choose one of the following concentrations: Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management, and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
|Enrolment for 1st year students||24.06.2019 - 04.10.2019|
|Adaptation period||09.09.2019 - 20.09.2019|
|Winter Term||23.09.2019 - 16.02.2020|
|Class sessions *||23.09.2019 - 12.01.2020|
|Year-end break||23.12.2019 - 05.01.2020|
|Exam period||13.01.2020 - 16.02.2020|
|Summer Term||17.02.2020 - 28.06.2020|
|Class sessions **||17.02.2020 - 24.05.2020|
|Exam period||25.05.2020 - 28.06.2020|
|Summer break||29.06.2020 - 30.08.2020|
|Entry exams for 2021 intake||06.01.2020 - 18.09.2020|
|* Week starting on 23.9.2019 is odd with the following weeks alternating until the year-end break.|
|** Week starting on 17.2.2020 is even with the following weeks alternating. Classes are not taught on 10.4.2020, 13.4.2020, 1.5.2020, 8.5.2020 and 13.5.2020. On Thursday 9.4.2020 classes are exceptionally taught as on an even Friday, on Tuesday 5.5.2020 classes are taught as on an odd Friday.|
|Tuition Fee per Semester||CZK 66,000|
|Total Tuition Fee (4 Semesters)||CZK 264,000|