International Economic Relations

Training period
  • bachelor – 4 years
Form of study
  • full-time
  • extra-mural

List of educational and professional program components

Disciplines of the general training cycle:

  • history of economic doctrines
  • history of political doctrines and political science
  • international relations and world politics
  • international Public Law
  • international private law
  • world economy
  • international Economic Relations
  • management and Marketing
  • international information and analytical activities in international relations
  • conflictology and Theory of Negotiations
  • theory of State and Law
  • higher mathematics
  • probability theory and mathematical statistics
  • economic and mathematical modeling
  • introduction to the specialty
  • macroeconomics
  • microeconomics
  • the basics of accounting and audit
  • diplomatic Protocol and etiquette
  • country Studies (Europe, North and South America, Australia, Asia and Africa)
  • Ukraine's foreign policy
  • diplomatic and consular service
  • international organizations
  • comparative Constitutional Law

Disciplines of the cycle of vocational training:

  • foreign language
  • second foreign language
  • economy and external economic relations of Ukraine
  • FEA management
  • FEA accounting and analysis
  • international currency and credit relations 
  • international conflicts and the humanitarian factor in world policy
  • geopolitical and geo-economic interests in world policy/integration
  • economics of enterprise
  • taxation of enterprise
  • basics of economic theory

To select the specialty "International economic relations", a list of academic disciplines is offered for students:

  • Economy and external economic relations of Ukraine
  • "Forecasting and modeling of processes in international economic relations"
  • International currency and credit relations 
  • International conflicts and the humanitarian factor in world policy
  • Geopolitical and economic relations of Ukraine
  • Business models in a globalized world
  • International tax system
  • Basics of economic theory
  • Foreign language in business
  • Second foreign language
  • Second foreign language (professional)
  • International financial law
  • World financial system Architecture
  • Diplomatic correspondence
  • Business analysis
  • Managing the investment process
  • International economic Law
  • National models of economic development
  • Economic risk and methods of its measurement
  • Patent and license trade

After a full academic course a specialist in International economic relations may work in:

  • embassies
  • Ukraine's ministries and departments
  • structural units of public authorities
  • domestic and foreign companies and representative offices
  • commercial entity, banking structures working in the field of foreign policy
  • international organization

may hold the following positions:

  • diplomatic representative
  • consultant, adviser, expert on international relations issues
  • head of foreign policy and foreign economic activity subdivisions
  • manager of the banking and exchange system
  • interpreter

Extracurricular activities

Diplomatic lounge, scientific group and studios, problem groups, participation in National and International competitions, participation in art and creative groups, sports sections.