After you finish preparatory course and legalize your school certificate you can enter  University of Economics Prague

is one of the most prestigious universities in the field of  management and economics and has repeatedly placed among the best  schools in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking.

The Faculty of Informatics and Statistics (FIS)

occupies a leading position in the field of:

  • statistics and economic statistics
  • econometrics
  • IT/ ICT management


  • 7 Bachelor´s (taught in the Czech and English languages)
  • 8 Master´s (5 taught in Czech and 3 in the English language)
  • 3 Doctoral´s (in Czech and English language)

Number of students:

  • 2.600 total, 50 in English taught programmes

Unemployment rate of the graduates:

  • less than 0.9%

International Business Program

Would you like to earn an internationally accredited master’s degree in  International Business while living in Prague?  Would you like to study  with a highly diverse group of motivated students?

The University of Economics, Prague (VSE) – one of CEE’s top ranked  business universities – offers a two year full-time master’s program in  International Business taught entirely in English.  The IB program has  the internationally recognized EPAS accreditation awarded by the  European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).  The University  of Economics, Prague is a leading business university in Central and  Eastern Europe (Eduniversal ranking 2008 - 2017) with more than 16 000  students and 700 professors, and its graduates are highly demanded by  both the private and public sectors.

The International Business – Central European Business Realities  master’s program was established to address the specificities and  characteristics of the Central European business environment within the  framework of the increasing trends of globalization. The program is  aimed at preparing students for their management tasks and leadership  roles in a multicultural entrepreneurial environment, in either national  or multinational companies. It provides students with a comprehensive  business education in the main fields of economics, management, finance,  marketing and negotiations and with in-depth knowledge and skills,  reflecting both global and specific Central European economic and  business trends.

After successful completion of the program, students´ management  abilities will include an interdisciplinary approach to the management  of complex processes in the European and particularly Central European  markets. Graduates will be able to bridge the theoretical prerequisites  and practical applications, to analyze regional European markets in  connection with their national specificities and historical  developments, to develop business strategies tailored to European  realities, to consider the financial aspects of their decisions and to  successfully apply intercultural differences in various negotiations.

Double Degree

One unique strength about the IB program is its double degree  opportunities. Students have the option of spending their second year  abroad at one of our partner universities: Université Jean Moulin, Lyon 3  (France); Hochschule Mainz (Germany); Management Center Innsbruck  (Austria), International University in Geneva (Switzerland), Warsaw  School of Economics (Poland), Linnaeus University (Sweden) or the  University of Vaasa and Lappeenranta University of Technology (both  Finland).  Students can then graduate with a double degree, obtaining  diplomas from both VSE and one of the partner schools.

Another unique aspect of the program is its strong international student  diversity.  Participants come from all over the world – currently, IB  students come from more than 20 different countries. You will literally  be immersed in an international environment throughout your master’s  studies! VSE is centrally located only one stop from the main train  station and three stops from Wenceslas Square.

Please see our URL for more information or get in touch.  We’d love to hear from you!

Application Deadline:  30 April