International Economic Relations
Studying how nations interact with one another in terms of trade, investment, and financial flows is the main focus of international economic relations. It is a multidisciplinary field that includes aspects of political science, economics, and international relations and is essential to comprehending how countries interact with one another and how this collaboration affects the world economy. Deep knowledge of politics, economics, and international relations are frequently necessary for success in this sector, as is the commitment to continuously study and adjust to shifting circumstances on a global scale.
The purpose of the educational program
Formation of comprehensive knowledge and skills in the field of economics, finance and taxation, entrepreneurship and its effective organization. Organization of meetings with business leaders and businessmen. Training of highly qualified personnel in the country's economy who have enough knowledge to effectively organize their independent business.
To give students fundamental, theoretical and practical knowledge and skills and strengthen them. Training of mature specialists in the field.
International trade analyst
Economist in government bodies
International development consultant
Economist in an international organization
International financial analyst
Research centre researcher
Investment banker focused on emerging markets
Entrance exams in the direction of "International economic relations" are held in the form of testing in the subjects: mathematics and English. However, applicants with an IELTS certificate of at least 5.5 are exempted from taking the entrance exam in English and the maximum score in this subject will be inserted.
Also, after entering the university, “International economic relations” students will be able to choose the language of the form of study (English, Russian or Uzbek).