Mondo International Academy

MBA International Entrepreneurship

MBA International Entrepreneurship study program offers the opportunity to extend managerial skills. The program MBA International Entrepreneurship focuses on updating and enhancing general management knowledge in the field of business and enriches it with knowledge in the field of International Transport and Logistics, Intercultural Management, World Economics or Management of International Business and others.

The program is designed to develop important analytical skills in assessing the global business environment. It is also focused on identifying new international business opportunities and analyzing international markets and industries, addressing international issues both in a systematic and creative way.


  • 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.

Forms of the study: 

  • Full-time form
  • Online form
  • Consultation form
  • Individual form
MBA is a managerial educational program designed for middle and top managers.

Entry requirements:  

Completion of either a Bachelor´s degree or equivalent to the level of an academic 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.

For more information read about the general admission procedure.

Study process: 

In each year of the study program, there are 8 core (compulsory) modules. The student has the option to specialize in his study by replacing three of them with 3 modules from another study program.

The study is not based on the semester system.

The Study length: 2 years

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

The Study Program

First Year:

  1. Business leadership
  2. Human resources management
  3. Microeconomics
  4. Macroeconomics
  5. Aspects of expanding entrepreneurial activity
  6. Forms of international business
  7. Financial operations in international trade
  8. Cultural Anthropology

Second Year:  

  1. Management of International Business
  2. International Economic Relations
  3. Economics and Economy of the European Union
  4. World economy
  5. International logistics and transportation
  6. International Economics
  7. Intercultural management
  8. Research Methods