Frequently Asked Questions


1. What are the specialities training is provided in at the School of International Economic Relations and Travel Business?

The School of International Economic Relations and Travel Business provides training in Bachelor’s degree programs in the following majors: 6.030203 — International Economic Relations (qualification: Bachelor in international economic relations), 6.030202 — International Law (qualification: Bachelor in international law), 6.140103 — Tourism (qualification: Bachelor in tourism), 6.030204 — International Information (qualification: expert in international information), 6.140101 — Hotel and Catering Business (qualification: Bachelor in hotel and catering business), 6.030205 — Area Studies (qualification: Bachelor in area studies), 6.030206 — International Business (qualification: expert in area studies).

The term of training is four years.

A Bachelor’s degree in International Economic Relations enables its holder to continue his or her studies at the School to obtain a Master’s degree (term of training: one year) in the speciality 8.03020301 — International Economic Relations (qualification: international economist, translator) and a Specialist’s degree (term of training: one year) in the speciality 7.03020301 — International Economic Relations (qualification: specialist in international economic relations, translator). A Bachelor’s degree in Tourism enables its holder to continue his or her studies at the School to obtain a Master’s degree (term of training: one year and a half) in the speciality 8.14010301 — Tourism Studies (qualification: Master in tourism studies, expert in tourism studies, tour guide) and a Specialist’s degree (term of training: one year) in the speciality 7. 14010301 — Tourism Studies (qualification ­— specialist in tourism studies).

2. What forms of training are available at the School of International Economic Relations and Travel Business ?

The School of International Economic Relations and Travel Business provides both full-time and part-time training. Full-time training is available in the following majors: International Economic Relations, Tourism, International Law, International Information, Hotel and Catering Business and Area Studies; part-time training is available in International Economic Relations and Tourism.

3. Does the School award an internationally recognized diploma?

Graduates receive a diploma supplement of European standard. The supplement contains the description of the nature, level, content, status of training received and successfully accomplished by the person indicated in the original of the qualification document to which the supplement is issued. It also contains the student’s personal data recorded in the centralized databank of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

The supplement is issued in Ukrainian and English.

The issue of the diploma supplement is a paid service. To receive one, a student has to settle the payment order issued on contract basis. The overall issuing cost of the supplement is UAH 103.20.

The making of the supplement takes a month from the application date.

For more information please turn to the School’s Dean’s Office.

4. Is accommodation provided?

Yes, students from other cities and countries are accommodated in the School’s dormitory. The responsible person is Andrii Husliev, Associate Dean for Character Building.

5. What are my employment prospects after graduation?

The School’s alumni are employed in enterprises and organizations executing external economic operations, travel agencies, trade missions abroad, customs, departments of public administration, tax authorities, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, diplomatic and consular services, higher educational institutions, hotel and catering businesses, etc.

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