Trade Policy

Trade Policy

Economics


The Department of World Economy runs Bachelor’s Degree programmes in Economics terminating the first stage of higher education.

Qualifications of graduates: the Bachelor of Economics (BEc).

Course duration: four years.

Payment options: state-subsidized or fee-paying plans.

Course Goal: substantial training in Global Economics with regard to world commodity markets, international trade, within the modern world economic system, bearing in mind the national interests of domestic business.

Course Objectives: studying the major international trade theories, major trends in the development of international trade, studying foreign economic activities of companies (legal, financial and trade-related aspects), studying global trade regulation mechanisms, the nature of pricing in different commodity markets etc.