Mondo International Academy

MA – Business Economics

MA  – Business Economics study program prepares students to understand organizational and managerial functional processes in corporations and other organizations. Students will acquire knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics, tax and financial aspects of the market.

The two-year study program will provide an in-depth look at managing company finances which requires complex interplay between corporate finance, financial analysis, and investment, controlling, accounting and others.

The aim of this study program is to understand the economic, organizational, information and management processes that are taking place in the company and are related to each other.

Graduates will become familiar with core financial and accounting-related operations.

After successful completion of this program, you will receive an accredited Master´s degree in Business Economics and the title Master (MA).


  • the possibility of a parallel study together with another study program,
  • specialization in a certain field of law,
  • the possibility of shortening the study,
  • choice of the form of study.

Entry requirements:  

Completion of a Bachelor´s degree.

In addition to the general entry requirements, you must meet the specific entry requirements as detailed by each program. For example, many Master’s degree programs require that your Bachelor’s degree has a particular major, or you may need to have completed certain subject credits within your Bachelor’s degree.

Forms of the study:

  • Full-time form
  • Consultation for
  • Individual form

Recommended form of study:

All of our study programs offer flexible learning opportunities that make it possible to combine study with work and business. At present, our educational institution offers an online form in addition to consulting and external forms of study. During the online study, the student is in direct contact with the teacher via e-mail. The online form of study has the character of modern education without regular weekend lectures. The number of face-to-face meetings (consultations) varies and adapts to the needs of each subject. The requirements for online study are the same as for full-time or part-time study. Students who choose to study online will submit written tests electronically.

Study process: In each study program there are 4 core (compulsory) modules. The student chooses 6 mandatory modules, with the option to specialize in his study focus by replacing three of them with 3 mandatory modules from another study program.

The study is not based on the semester system.

The study ends with working out the final thesis, with a positive rating from the supervisor and the opponent.

The length of the study is 18 to 24 months.

For more information about general admission procedure click here. 

MA Business Economics subjects

First Year

Compulsory modules:  

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3. Game theory and information economy
  4. Dynamics of Macroeconomics and Mathematics

Mandatory modules (5 to chose):

  1. Taxes
  2. Accounting
  3. Tax law
  4. Strategic management
  5. Controlling
  6. Tax systems
  7. Analysis of financial markets
  8. Financial investments
  9. Financial-economic analysis
  10. Financial engineering
  11. Theory of Economic Growth and Balance
  12. Development of market economy theories and comparison of economic systems
  13. Theories of Money
  14. Social theory and politics
  15. Logistics
  16. Project management

Second Year

Compulsory modules:  

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3. Game theory and information economy
  4. Dynamics of Macroeconomics and Mathematics

Mandatory modules (5 modules):

  1. Economics of monetary integration
  2. Strategy for socio-economic development
  3. Prices and pricing strategy
  4. Economic policy of the European Union
  5. Macroeconomic analysis• Vedno-technická politika v ekonomike
  6. Economy and quality of life
  7. International Comparison of Social Policies
  8. Social theory and politics
  9. Social insurance
  10. Employment policy
  11. Human resources development
  12. Theory of Economic Growth and Balance
  13. The development of market economy theories and the comparison of economic systems
  14. Theories of Money
  15. Methodology and methodology of scientific work