International business

International business

Undergraduate 6 Semesters

Educational goals


Ongoing processes of globalization and regionalization determine the changes in the conditions of competition on international markets. These processes cause the constant evolution of the market environment. In order to adapt to ongoing changes skillfully, company must make decisions according to the strategy in foreign markets. It requires the employment of highly qualified staff having knowledge and practical skills relating to the area of foreign trade economics, law, international finance, international banking, international transportation and logistics. The purpose of education, specializing in "International Business" is designed to prepare graduates to apply knowledge in various aspects of economic performance of enterprises in international markets and gain the ability to use analytical methods to make strategic decisions of companies in global markets.

The Kuyavian – Pomeranian region is an area in which rapidly developing contacts with foreign companies. Location in the Transport Corridor VI, the implementation of European projects and Bothnian SoNorA Logistic Corridor, which aims to integrate transport systems in Scandinavia economic centers of Central and South America and the region to improve transport accessibility - the construction of the A-1, the way the Experts S-5 gives a very good perspective the development of business relations companies in the region with foreign partners. This increases the demand for specialists in the field of international business, which reported many companies, both Polish and foreign government institutions.


A graduate of the bachelor degree studies with a specialization in "International Business" gains knowledge in the field of economics, trade transactions, business economics, foreign trade, fundamentals of law.

List of modules

  • Brand management in international business,
  • Business law,
  • Fundamentals of foreign trade,
  • Global logistic chains,
  • International negotiations,
  • International transport,
  • Principles of common UE market,
  • Trade transactions settlements.



Employment prospects

Graduades may apply for following positions:

  • economist,
  • economic advisor,
  • interpreter in business negotiations,
  • assistant in accounting department,
  • employee of market analysis department,
  • expert for logistics at international trade section,
  • entrepreneur (self organised).

Our Proffesors

dr hab. Killion Munyama, Prof. WSG


 Professor in economic sciences. As researcher he is interested in functioning of   international financial institutions  in the global economy and address also the issues of   finance and banking in Poland, European Union and Africa (Sub Saharian Region.

 The Polish Parliamentarian (terms: 2011 – 2015, 2015 – 2019, 2019 -).





Language certificate B1

Language certificate B1

A certificate confirming the candidate’s level of English is required. Recognized certificates include:

English Language Certificate.
University of Economics in Bydgoszcz accepts the following English Language certificates:
– First Certificate in English (FCE),
– Certificate in Advanced English (CAE),
– Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE),
– Business English Certificate (BEC) Vantage,
– Business English Certificate (BEC) Higher,
– Certificate in English for International Business and Trade (CEIBT),
– International English Language Testing System (IELTS) more than 6 points;
– Test of an English as Foreign Language (TOEFL).