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Study Programme Overview


 

 

NEW ACCREDITATION FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF 2015/2016

 

 

 

Master study Programme

 

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses

Compulsory courses

Compulsory courses

Diploma Thesis

Economy

Management

Integration

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

30

Agribusiness Economics

EED09E

     4 ECTS

Prognostics and Planning

ERET3E

     4 ECTS

World Agricultural Commodities 

EED10E

     4 ECTS

Regional Development

ERET4E

     4 ECTS

 

 

Diploma Thesis, defend and FSE

     14 ECTS

 

3

 

30

International Economics

ENE66E

     5 ECTS

Marketing Management

ERET1E

     5 ECTS

EU Integration and Agriculture

EEED3E

     5 ECTS

Strategic Management

ERET2E

     4 ECTS

Legal Regulation of Integration

EJD04E

     4 ECTS

Communication en Francais III

ELD10Z

     2 ECTS

Diploma Thesis

     5 ECTS

 

2

 

30

Agricultural policy

     EED06E

5 ECTS

Human Resource Management

EREX8E

     5 ECTS

World Economics and World Economic Institutions

EED07E

4 ECTS

Economics of Production and Processing of Agricultural Products

EED08E

5 ECTS

Foreign Policy and International Relations

     EHEA9E

4 ECTS

Communication en Francais II

     ELD09Z_2

2 ECTS

Diploma Thesis

    EXE16Z 

5 ECTS

 

1

 

30

World Economy and Agriculture

EEEF1E

     5 ECTS

Business Management

EREX6E

     6 ECTS

Essentials of Diplomacy

EHEA8E

     5 ECTS

Communication and Information Resources

ETEA3E

     5 ECTS

Econometrics

EEE64E

    6 ECTS

Communication en Francais I

ELD09Z_1

 2 ECTS

Introduction to Study

EXE31Z

     0 ECTS

S.

Cr.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Subjects tradable for any other courses passed at host Universities during exchange studies (LLP/Erasmus…) -> Recognized by Vice-dean for International Relations prof. Tomšík


FSE – Final State Examination
Cr. – ECTS Credits
S. – Semester

 

OLD ACCREDITATION TILL THE END OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF 2014/2015

 

 

Master study Programme 

 

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses for FSE

Compulsory courses

Compulsory courses

Compulsory courses

Diploma Thesis

Economy

Management

Integration

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

30

Economics of Farm

EED09E

Personnel Management

ERER4E

World Trade with Agricultural Commodities

EED10E

Regional Development

ERET4E

 

 

Diploma Thesis, defend and FSE

 

3

 

30

General Economics III – International Economics

ENE42E

Marketing Management

ERET1E

European Integration

EEEE1E

Applied Strategic Management

ERET2E

Law Regulation of Integration Processes

EJD04E

Communication en Francais III

ELD02Z

Diploma Thesis

 

2

 

30

Agrarian Policy

EED06E

Prognostics and Planning

ERET3E

World Economics and its Institutions

EED07E

Economics of Production and Processing of Agricultural Products

EED08E

Foreign Policy and International Relations

EHEA9E

Communication en Francais II

ELD03Z

Diploma Thesis

 

1

 

30

Economics of World Agriculture

EEEF1E

Management

ERE19E

Essentials of Diplomacy

EHEA8E

Communication and Information Resources

ETEA3E

Econometrics

EEE64E

Communication en Francais I

ELD03Z

Introduction to Study

EXE31Z

S.

Cr.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7


FSE – Final State Examination
Cr. – ECTS Credits
S. – Semester

The programme is  open for students having degrees in Economics or Business. The most important consideration for applicants is an interest in continued study and intensive research in some area of Economics with the minimum of prerequisites for admission to the programme. A strong background in Economics and Quantitative Methods are the most important requirements. The EU partner Universities (University of Plymouth, University College Cork, SLU Uppsala, Wageningen University and Research Centre, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, HU Berlin, Southampton Institute) participate in the organisation and teaching. There are Czech and International students in each of the two study groups.


Summary:

MSc. study program European Agrarian Diplomacy (EAD) is in harmony with a new two-stage conception of studies at the CULS Prague.

The length of study is 4 semesters after bachelor programme or equivalent.

The curriculum includes the specifics compulsory courses.

 
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