Undergraduate academic studies – bachelor studies

All undergraduate study programs at MB University are licensed by the National Entity for Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education (NEAQA) under the authority of the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technological Development. These programs adhere strictly to the principles outlined in the Bologna Declaration and facilitate integration into the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).

Our curriculums are meticulously crafted, following the example of esteemed European faculties and high schools, while also incorporating valuable insights gained from our region. Designed to meet the demands of the dynamic business landscape, our study programs are tailored to equip students with relevant skills and knowledge. During their third and fourth years of study, students engage in internships at renowned companies, banks, courts, institutes, cultural institutions, and other esteemed organizations, fostering practical experience and professional connections. These opportunities are made possible through the collaborative efforts between MB University and its network of partners.

Upon successfully completing undergraduate studies in the following programs: Economics, Law, Business Management, Security Management, Information Technologies, and Classical Painting, students are conferred with academic titles such as Graduate Manager, Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Engineer of Information Technologies and Systems (240 ECTS), as well as the professional title of Fine Artist (180 ECTS). These qualifications empower students to pursue various career paths and excel in their respective fields:

– acquiring knowledge in the field of economics, law, management, business, security management, sports management, electrical engineering, and computing. Additionally, students cultivate artistic proficiency in fine arts, improving their ability to critically analyze and interpret works within their field of study. This comprehensive education, built upon foundational knowledge, equips students to engage with professional and artistic literature effectively. Moreover, it integrates key concepts from business management, law, information technology, and classical painting, fostering a varied skill set essential for success in diverse industries;

– application of students’ expertise and understanding within their field, showcasing a methodical approach to their work. This often involves the developing and defending arguments, along with adept problem-solving skills, across disciplines such as business management, law, information technology, and classical painting;

– a professional and analytical approach is essential for collecting and interpreting the necessary data. This entails adopting a critical mindset to effectively analyze both data and works of art;

– impartial thinking regarding social, scientific, artistic, and ethical matters in the fields of business management, law, information technology, and classical painting is imperative;

– effectively communicating their work and its outcomes to professionals, artists, and the general public is crucial across the domains of business management, law, information technology, and classical painting;

– a successful progression to the second cycle of education.

Lectures are delivered in small, mentor-led groups, following the mentoring system principle. A distinct focus is placed on integrating case studies with theoretical instruction, fostering a connection between classroom learning and real-world applications. This educational approach equips students with a diverse range of contemporary business knowledge and skills, thereby enhancing their prospects for employment.

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