Study program Management and Entrepreneurship (4+1)
Study program: Management and Entrepreneurship
Faculty: Faculty of economics and organization of entrepreneurship
Degree: Bachelor’s degree / undergraduate / first cycle
Location: Sveti Nikole or Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia
Student status: full-time or part-time
Duration of study: 4 years (8 semesters)
Total number of courses: 40
Awarded degree: Bachelor of Economics (Module: Management and Entrepreneurship)
Tuition fee per year for international students: EUR 2030
Management and Entrepreneurship is a new study program on the ISU, and the studies are in duration of four years, i.e. 8 semesters.
This study program will introduce you to the basics of the management, the business strategies, psychology of business, human resource management. In addition, you will be taking courses from the field of economics as well. Those courses will help you develop significant skills for your future workplace.
The courses will help you understand the functions of management, roles, decisions and skills. You will study planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. The focus will be on helping you develop problem-solving and decision making skills, managing organizational conflicts and managing crisis situations. As future managers you will be introduced to multiple types of team work. You will learn how to establish and maintain communication and collaborate with experts from various areas.
The four-year study program includes 40 courses. Each semester is consisted of required and elective courses. When two elective courses are offered, the students can choose only one course. When three elective courses are offered, the student chooses only two. When four elective courses are offered, the student chooses only two.
After the defense of the bachelor’s thesis you will earn a Bachelor of Economics (Module: Management and Entrepreneurship) degree and a diploma that will open a wide specter of possibilities for employment and building a successful career.
Study program • Four-year degree program
|Faculty of Economics and Organization of Entrepreneurship
|Study program: Management and Entrepreneurship
|Bachelor of Economics|
|3||Essentials of Management||Required||6||180|
|4||English Language 1||Required||6||180|
|10||English Language 2||Elective||6||180|
|11||Introduction to Business||Elective||6||180|
|4||Russian Language 1||Required||6||180|
|10||Pricing Policy in Marketing||Elective||6||180|
|11||Russian Language 2||Elective||6||180|
|1||Human Resource Management||Required||6||180|
|3||Accounting and Business Management||Required||6||180|
|4||E – business||Required||6||180|
|5||Small Business Management||Elective||6||180|
|9||International Economic Relations||Elective||6||180|
We can only enroll students who have completed at least four-year secondary education in the Republic of North Macedonia or abroad with passed state, school or international matura exam (matriculation examination) or an equivalent.
Students from other accredited faculties, graduates and foreign citizens (regulated by law) also have the right to enroll.
The admissions process does not include entrance exams at the undergraduate level.
Required documents for international students
When applying for enrollment on the first cycle, candidates should submit the following documents:
- A diploma of passed state, school or international matura exam (matriculation examination) or an equivalent;
- High school transcripts for each of the 4 years;
- Nostrification of the diploma (for international students)
- Birth certificate;
- Citizenship certificate;
- 4 document photos.
For international students additional documents might be necessary. Documents for applications can be submitted at the International Slavic University “G. R. Derzavin” in Sveti Nikole, at the following address “Marshal Tito” No. 77 , and Bitola at the following address “Novachki pat” No. 16.
Candidates can enroll as full-time or part-time students. The tuition fee per year for international students is EUR 2030. International students pay the whole amount of the yearly tuition fee at the beginning of the academic year.