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JOINT MASTER STUDIES
 
SYSTEM LOGISTICS IN ECONOMICS

 

1. What is the difference between the master studies of System Logistics in Economics and other programmes at master studies?
The master studies programme of System Logistics in Economics is a joint study programme of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Novi Sad and the Faculty of Logistics in Celje of the University of Maribor.

2. Is the study programme accredited?
Yes, the System Logistics in Economics study programme is accredited in Serbia and Slovenia:

3. Where is the teaching process conducted?
The teaching process is conducted at the Novi Sad Subsidiary of the Faculty of Economics in Subotica.

4. What is the language of instruction and examination?
The teaching process is conducted in Serbian by Professors and Associates of both Faculties. The teaching materials used are also in Serbian.

5. Which courses are taught and examined at the study programme? 

MODULE: LOGISTICS IN FINANCE AND BANKING

 

Course title

Semester

Number of
lecture
sessions

Number of
tutorial
sessions

ECTS

1

Strategic management of banks

1

45

45

6

2

Integrated marketing logistics

1

45

45

6

3

Quality management in logistic systems

1

45

45

6

4

Modelling in logistics

1

45

45

6

5

Research work

1 and 2

3

-

6

6

Elective Block 1 course

2

30

30

4

7

Elective Block 1 course

2

30

30

4

8

Elective Block 4 course

2

30

30

4

9

Elective Block 4 course

2

30

30

4

10

Writing and defence of the master’s thesis

     

14

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

60

Elective block courses

Block 1: Economic logistics
Logistic centre planning
International business logistics
 
Block 2: Technical logistics
Storage and packaging principles
Computer supported logistic information systems

Block 3: Corporate and investment banking
Corporate and investment banking
Corporate finance

Block 4: Bank marketing logistics

Marketing in banking
Banking and stock exchange law

NB: the Logistics in Finance and Banking module is taught in the academic year 2013/14, and the students have the courses of elective block courses 1 and 4 available.

6. Which title is acquired upon completion of the study programme?
Students who complete the System Logistics in Economics study programme acquire the title of Master Economist of Logistic Systems in Economics.

7. Who issues the diploma and is it recognised in the European Union?
The diploma is issued jointly by the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economics in Subotica and the University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics in Celje. The diploma has equal status with other diplomas issued in the European Union.

8. How much is the tuition fee and is it payable in instalments?
The tuition fee is 2,500 EUR per academic year and is payable in 3 or 6 instalments, according to schedules determined at a later date.

9. Is it possible to transfer between the System Logistics in Economics study programme and other master study programmes of the Faculty of Economics in Subotica?
Transfer to and from study programmes is possible in compliance with the regulations of the Faculty of Economics in Subotica.

10. What is the number of candidates required to start the System Logistics in Economics study programme?
A minimum of 50 students is required to start the study programme.

11. How are the applicants ranked?
The applicants are ranked based on their academic achievement at the previous levels of studies.

12. When are the candidates’ applications submitted, which documents are required, what are the application and enrolment costs, when are the enrolment dates?
The answers are given in the text of the Call for Applications: