14 February 2017
Subjects in English
For the 2019-2020 academic year, the Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences is offering bachelor's degree students the chance to study some of their degree subjects in English.
Students who choose this option have priority when it comes to choosing a destination on the student mobility programme LLP Erasmus, for study exchanges or internships with international companies.
The Faculty subjects that will be taught in English, and that are already indicated on the course timetable, are the following:
In the 2nd year of G.ADE, G.ECO: International economics, Business Economics, Industrial Economics, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. These subjects are delivered in English in the group A timetable.
In the 2nd year of the Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance: Business economy. This subject is taught in English within the group A timetable. Have a look at the timetables to avoid clashes with other subjects in this group and register for them in the afternoon
Electives G.ADE: Markets and organisations, Labour economics, Cultural Marketing, Questions of applied economics.
Electives G.ECO: Markets and organisations, Topics of applied economics, Topics of public economics, and Labour economics.
Electives G.CIF: International rules of financial information, Cultural marketing.
Students on the dual degrees that are enrolled on these subjects in the above mentioned groups will of course also study the subjects in English.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCES: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL
ECONOMICS: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL
DUAL BACHELOR'S DEGREES: Students on the Faculty's dual bachelor's degree need to go to each specific study to see the class timetables and create their own timetable grid.
If the result announcement dates are not in the calendar this is because the teacher has not provided them. The calendar is updated as we receive new information.