How do you benefit from us?
The Bachelor’s degree programs “Management”, “International business”, “Business administrationare based on the BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) curriculum, taught in English.
List of BBA subjects:
MBA is a classic program meeting international standards and FIBAA approved.
List of MBA subjects:
References and comments
Olga Lutsenko (August 2016)
Currently I live in Moscow, moved here in October 2015, as received an offer from Ernst and Young. This company is a member of so-called Big Four – major international audit companies that provide both auditing and consulting services. (Big Four: Ernst and Young, KPMG, PwC, Deloitte). I work in an audit department of the financial sector, my main and the most important customer at the moment is “Sberbank”, Russia’s largest bank by the number of assets, so in general I like everything. I have worked for almost a year already, was promoted to Analyst of the 2nd year a week ago and now I am going straight to the goal – to work a little more and transfer to our office in another country!)) After graduation from Wisconsin International University (USA) in Ukraine I went to the UK to obtain Master’s degree, studied Finance and Accounting at Warwick Business School. Currently this school is around 5-6th in the ranking of universities in the United Kingdom, and WIUU really helped me to enter it, namely the language and the structure of our education. Accordingly, the study in the UK was less difficult for me because during 4 years of studies I gained a strong knowledge of finance and accounting at the University. After graduation I planned to stay in England and work there. But there was a story: I was invited to work in the London office of Ernst and Young, but encountered visa difficulties, and as a result I moved to Moscow and currently work in their Moscow office. Overall, baccalaureate gave me a very strong base, which I still use in my job. I believe that the experience of our teachers just played a major role in getting such a good foundation, because everything that I studied, I use on actual audit projects and it helps to quickly move up the career ladder!
Julia Orel (August, 2016)
Hello everyone! My name is Julia Orel. 4 years ago I left the walls of our university. Without hesitation, I got married. After working for a year as a personal assistant of the owner of Jewelry House Zarina Natalya Netovkina, I decided to leave and have a child in the USA. With my husband we made our dream come true and decided to stay and live in this beautiful country. It is not in vain that I studied in the American university.
Currently we are working with my husband in his business. Knowledge of most subjects helps me now in many issues. Sometimes I think that I had to study harder because now I feel like going through all 4 courses again, only at work. What is very pleasant, is my knowledge of English. It is nice to hear surprised questions from people, where I have learned the language. I am grateful to Wisconsin International University (USA) Ukraine for this, and even here, on the territory of America, I always tell about it.
Artemiy Shvedkov and Rostyslav Liubchenko (August 2016)
Since that time Rostyslav worked as market research analyst at Nielsen company, where he daily conducted marketing and financial analysis and forecasts for market leaders.
Artemiy worked as manger and business trainer in Team Expert training company.
In 2015 we decided to open a steampunk Pub in Krakow, Poland. We created business plan and found a group of investors to make their dream come true.
Our Pub opened its doors in February 2016. It is located in the 16th century cellar in the very heart of Krakow. Pub attracts guests by karaoke nights, quest game, board-game tournaments, disco parties, and sportive translations.
We both, Artemiy and Rostyslav admit that our business had no chanses to exist without backgroung we have received in WIUU. The university gave us knowledge and skills which helped us to open and run our business on highly competitive market.
Besides important subjects such as Human Resourse Management, Operational Management, Financial Management, Risk Management which are used by us on the daily basis, the University has provided us with extremely important practical skills through different projects. Which university in Ukraine could provide such mighty background? Only WIUU.
Daryna Barykina (August, 2016)
My name is Daryna Barykina, I’m 27, I have lived in Jacksonville, Florida, USA for 5 years already. I work as a beauty photographer. Cooperate with the brands of L’Oreal group and independent beauty brands. I travel a lot around the country, conducting advertising photo surveys and master classes in photography. I also work with individual stylists, taking pictures of their works for various hairdressing competitions and contests. I am an entrepreneur and fully maintain my business, and knowledge gained at Wisconsin International University (USA) Ukraine helps me a lot. First I worked with it, and now I just control workflow, accounting, filling in tax returns. At the same time, I personally communicate with customers and do marketing. The knowledge gained during education, from the theory went into practice, and I am very happy about it. In my field creative people generally do not have economic education that gives me a significant advantage in negotiations and decision-making in comparison with others. Perhaps during training I did not quite understand what to do with all the proposed knowledge, but having started the business, I was able to structure and use it as intended. I am very grateful to the institute and teachers. I miss you very much and hope to visit next year.
Rostyslav Liubchenko – Porsche Finance Group (WIUU MBA student, 2014)
Working in Porsche Finance Group I found useful the knowledge WIUU provided me through almost 4 years of my education. Porsche Finance is large international company and their field of business is leasing and crediting cars from official dealers in Ukraine. Surely, the most useful knowledge for me, working there as trainee, was English and Business English. My primary duties included communication with a lot of colleagues, business partners and, sometimes, top management from Austria. I am glad that on our weekly meetings I understood every word and all the business-terms my colleagues operated. I also would like to mention our Multinational Enterprise and Theory of Economy classes, where I got nice theoretical background. This allowed me to accommodate quickly inside the company, understand principles of their work and used my knowledge on practice. I am thankful to WIUU instructors for their work and for the desire to do the best for the students.
Elizabeth Nudelman – American English Center (AEC) (WIUU student, 2010)
“WIUU has given me the greatest background of practical knowledge in business processes, management procedures and strategic planning. The most valuable thing I got from the University is my goal-oriented type of thinking and the general business outlook. Besides, I was taught the ability to think “out of the box” and the art to find optimal solutions for any problematic issues that arise within the organization. My professional skills in practical application of management functions, finance, marketing, HR, business ethics and other business components applied during my University years now make me a successful manager of a developing business.”