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Managerial Economics
Economic Policy and Public Administration



Managerial Economics

The two-year Master’s degree programme Managerial Economics is focused on the application of economic theory and methods in the process of managerial decision-making at the level of the private and public sectors of the economy. The aim of the study in this programme is to prepare graduates who will be equipped with highly specialized knowledge in the field of Managerial Economics serving as the basis of original thinking or research and will be able to critically realize knowledge in this field and at the interface between different areas. Graduates will also acquire special skills required in solving problems in research or innovation in order to develop new knowledge and practices and integrate knowledge from various areas of Managerial Economics. In accordance with EQF 7, graduates will also be able to manage and transform work or study contexts that are complex, unpredictable and require new strategic approaches, and be responsible for contributing to professional knowledge and practices or assessing the strategic performance of teams.

The graduate of the Master’s study programme Managerial Economics applies as:

  • Corporate manager, especially financial and project manager, strategic level
  • Manager in international and multinational corporations, middle and top level
  • Manager in the non-profit sector, in the public sector, middle and top level
  • Eentrepreneur

Economic Policy and Public Administration

The graduate of the two-year Master’s degree programme Economic Policy and Public Administration is prepared to work as an independent economic expert and analyst, able to carry out national economic analyzes using advanced statistical and econometric methods, taking into account the broader macroeconomic context and patterns of socio-economic development of society. Other positions of graduates of the study programme are positions at the level of middle and top management both in public administration institutions and in the private sector, where they are able to lead a team, including a team with an international composition. The graduate can also work as a project manager in both the private and public sectors, where he / she is able to process and evaluate grant applications. In all positions, the graduates will use the language skills acquired during their studies through lectures by foreign teachers, work with foreign language literature or through a foreign internship.

The graduate of the Master’s study programme Economic Policy and Public Administration will be employed as a professional analyst or manager in the following types of institutions and organizations:

  • Banking and insurance (central bank, commercial banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions)
  • Bodies of EU institutions and other international organizations
  • Public administration and non-profit sector (central government and self-government bodies,  labour offices, social security administration, tax authorities, statistical offices, etc., non-governmental non-profit organizations)
  • Private-sector firms (enterprises operating in all sectors where graduates find work both as professional economic analysts and in middle and top management)


Economic Policy and Public Administration

The aim of the studies is to prepare highly qualified professionals with sophisticated knowledge in economic policy and administration who will master the highly advanced and specialised skills and techniques, including synthesis and evaluation, that are required in solving critical problems in research, development and innovation and in expanding and redefining existing knowledge and professional practices in economic policy and administration. The graduates of the doctoral study programme will be able to demonstrate considerable authority, innovative potential, independence and academic and professional integrity as well as a lasting commitment to coming up with new ideas and developing new practices at a top level in economic policy and administration.

A graduate of the doctoral study programme Economic Policy and Public Administration will find their occupation in particular as:

• Member of top management in the public or private sector
• Senior employee of the economic department of an international or multinational organisation
• Chief economist
• Central banker
• Chief analyst
• Scientist or researcher
• Member of academic staff