Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M04101

Speciality Name:

World Economy

Faculty:

International Relations

Qualification:
  • First Stage of Higher Education - Master of Economic Sciences
  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this educational program it is expected that students will be able to:
ON1 Formulate arguments and solve modern research problems of international trade issues, customs, international project management with the use of information technology.
ON2 Apply knowledge on practices in the global economy, international business, customs regulation, the competitiveness of firms in international markets.
ON3 Compare, evaluate and develop international projects for the world's financial markets and institutions, investment risk insurance and taxation.
ON4 Analyze the principles and characteristics of international macroeconomics and entrepreneurship, risk management, international investment activities of financial markets and institutions.
ON5 Identify global problems of humanity, to analyze and evaluate the relationship between global challenges and the development of the world economy.
ON6 interpret knowledge in the field of methodology, organization and planning of scientific research, risk management, taxation and investment for their activities.
ON7 Use a variety of methods and tools of scientific knowledge for the analysis of global problems and contradictions in the world economy, the world commodity and energy markets.
ON8 Identify the main problems and justify the competitiveness of companies in the global energy, commodity and financial markets, to be able to present their own research in the form of articles, reports, projects in the scientific community.
ON9 Develop analytical reports, research papers and presentations on topical issues of international trade, financial crises, risk management and international taxation with the use of modern technologies.
ON10 analyze and evaluate complex processes taking place in different countries around the world, the global financial crisis for the risk management and insurance in international trade.
ON11 generate new ideas, to develop methodological portfolio to carry out training activities in the undergraduate during teaching practice.
ON12 is argued to represent and defend their own scientific opinion, be able to work in a team, possess positive communication skills, and possess a professional foreign language.
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