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Graduate Profile

Through the acquisition of both the theoretical knowledge of, and practical skills in economics and management, students become competent to solve complex problems specific to the chemical and food industries. After graduation, students find a broad range of careers open to them, not only in the industries, but also in pharmaceutical, engineering, financial and service enterprises. Our graduates, for example, occupy managerial positions in such companies as Zentiva, Nestle, Budveiser Budvar, Czech airlines, Škoda, KBC, and many others.

 The master`s program in Economics is built on foundation of the chemical and biological disciplines (for example: inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry; biochemistry; chemical engineering) and mathematics. The main part of curriculum includes these fields of studies: management, management processes, marketing, logistics, quality management, management accounting, finance, etc. Students learn about modern managerial approaches in the light of process regulations, and gain economic insight of entrepreneurship. Furthermore, students extend their theoretical knowledge by acquiring practical skills in mathematical modeling, statistical methods, software and communicational tools. Students also enjoy access to state-of-the-art tools and technology in integrated supply chains, involvement in business simulations and participation in multiple projects. Team of experienced professionals from Czech Republic, Slovakia and Denmark who work in the University of Chemistry and Technology guarantees a great quality of knowledge gained during the study years.

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