The follow-on Master’s degree programme Law in the Global Business Environment builds on a universal basis of business management education applicable not only in the local conditions, but particularly in the international environment. The wide scope of a company economist includes intermediate economics, international accounting standards, corporate finance management including aspects of international taxation, global supply chains as well as the negotiation and communication skills and an intermediate level in two global languages.
The benefit of this specialisation is its unique specialised section, where graduates acquire a broader overview of the principles and rules of private and public law and specialised knowledge of selected fields of economic law – especially in business relations, international, business and EU law focusing on business and protection of fair competition. This specialisation is unique in the education market and it has potential in terms of employment opportunities.
Students can select a three-month work placement as a part of the block of compulsory elective courses. Work placement is intended primarily for students coming from other universities so that they are able to gain the necessary work experience before completing their studies and thus have better employment opportunities in the Czech Republic and abroad. Under the Erasmus programme, students can also spend one or two semesters at one of more than 30 partner universities or in one of the Volkswagen Group companies. ŠKODA AUTO University also offers very interesting programmes outside of Erasmus allowing students to choose from destinations such as China, India, South Korea or the USA for their studies abroad.
This specialisation is designed for creative people who enjoy working in international environments and are ready to combine knowledge from economics and law. Complete information on the admission procedure and conditions for admission can be found HERE.
Graduates of Law in the Global Business Environment are ready for work in sales and marketing departments of companies with an international presence. Taking into account the international nature of business relations, graduates also possess the necessary skills in language and intercultural management. In terms of management positions, students acquire not only the necessary knowledge in general management, but also international legal consequences of business relations, including different ways of settling trade disputes. A natural part of the graduate skill set includes the knowledge of international accounting standards, international taxation and corporate finance management.
Graduates have good prospects of employment in a range of positions including managers in sales and marketing departments of non-financial businesses, departments specialised in supplies and international finance. They also have the potential to thrive as specialists in selected government institutions such as the Ministry of Industry and Trade or other ministries that deal with EU countries and businesses.
Graduates work in positions such as:
investor relations manager/specialist; organisation manager/specialist; legal specialist/coordinator; compliance specialist/coordinator; EU policy specialist; project manager or EU grants specialist and more.