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In the autumn of 2018, EIT Climate-KIC organises Catapult; a two week thematic summer school across Europe for PhD students. And we are open for recruitment! During Catapult, new skills are acquired and innovative ideas brought to life. A combination of discussions with international academic experts and practitioners, creative transferable skills sessions, inspiring workshops, site visits and assignments create a unique learning experience for PhD students. In addition to… [+] the delivery of knowledge and skills, the programme is about connecting people and ideas. This year, we offer three editions on different topics and locations: 1. Sustainable Land Use: Short food supply chains in operation 22nd September – 6th October in Budapest and Valencia 2. Sustainable Land Use & Urban Transitions: Design for Deconstruction in Wood 16th – 29 September in Gothenburg 3. Urban Transitions: Creating resilient corridors 10th – 21th September in Bologna About EIT Climate-KIC EIT Climate-KIC is a European knowledge and innovation community, working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, we identify and support innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate change. We believe that a decarbonised, sustainable economy is not only necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change, but presents a wealth of opportunities for business and society. Convening networks of expertise We bring together partners in the worlds of business, academia, and the public and non-profit sectors to create networks of expertise, through which innovative products, services and systems can be developed, brought to market and scaled-up for impact. Through our convening power, EIT Climate-KIC brings together the most effective groups to create the innovation that can lead to systemic change. Leveraging grants smartly and effectively We identify, source and place public and private funds that stimulate innovation. We track progress and outcomes and draw out learning and insight so that our funding partners can effectively invest their resources for maximum impact. Developing people and capacity EIT Climate-KIC runs a range of inspirational education programmes across Europe and online, for students, postgraduates and professionals. These programmes develop their participants’ skills and capacities, empowering them with up-to-date knowledge and best practice. In this way, we are fostering a new generation of entrepreneurs and climate leaders to realise a zero-carbon economy. Catalysing innovation We catalyse and nurture innovation, whatever its source: from large corporations, research institutes and public bodies, through to start-ups and individual entrepreneurs. We encourage fresh new thinking from beyond the mainstream through initiatives like our 24-hour hackathon Climathon, or our cleantech ideas platform Climate Launchpad. Our incubator programme, Accelerator, gives seed funding, structure and assistance to start-ups and SMEs. We drive innovation in established organisations through our range of innovation programmes, specifically for our partners.
THE ASC NETWORK 5 European universities, ASC partners since 2005, have been working together to design and implement a joint master course in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry: University Alma Mater of Bologna, Italy University of Helsinki, Finland Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Poland University of Leipzig, Germany University Lille1, France (Coordinating institution) This European master’s course has been funded and awarded the Erasmus Mundus label by the European C… [+] ommission twice for the periods 2008-2014 and currently for 2015-2020 and is now highly recognized. The program includes a mandatory mobility within the ASC consortium and is taught in English in all universities. Over the years, the ASC consortium has developed links with 14 associated partners: global industrial partners producing spectrometers (Bruker, Magnetech) as well as regional competitiveness clusters (MATIKEM in Lille, NEU in Leipzig). A privileged partnership has also been established with great research facilities such as Synchrotron SOLEIL in France and ELETTRA in Italy. This large academic and industrial network merges its state of the art equipment and expertise to offer international students a high quality education program covering the application of spectroscopic techniques to chemistry in a broad sense, leading to careers in chemical analysis and characterization of the structure of materials in the fields of molecular synthesis, biology, nanotechnologies, modeling, pharmacy, green chemistry, materials, and sustainable energies. ADMINISTRATION The ASC Consortium is coordinated by the University Lille1. Legal representative: President Jean-Christophe Camart Network Coordinator: Prof Sylvain Cristol Administrative manager: Francine Chanier Academic affairs secretary: Aude Zeglin PROGRAM BOARD The Program Board directs the program development and delivery and acts as a forum of consultation and cooperation for the implementation of the ASC Program through Partner Institutions. In line with study regulations and respecting decision-making powers of boards as stipulated at each Partner, the Program Board has the primary responsibility for: Agreeing on the admission criteria of the applicants to the Program (students and invited scholars), Selecting students and invited scholars, Overseeing Program development and delivery, including quality assurance, Monitoring student achievement, progression, and evaluation, including student feedback, Contributing to and approving reports to the European Commission and other donors on grants awarded for co-operation projects. The Program board‘s members: Network coordinator, 5 local coordinators, and participation with an advisory capacity of administrative members from each partner university and 2 students.
Choosing proper school is both an important and difficult decision.Your future depends on that.You must consider individual abilities and predispositions as well as all arguments for and against. You must know what job you would like to have in future ,what your interests are and what labour dimand is both in Poland and in the European Union. Strategy The strategy of our school means effective organization that will lead to: increasing the numer of well educated graduates… [+] able to work or conduct business activity in any place in the world, increasing the numer of scientific research projects financed from different sources, broadening international cooperation, broadening cooperation with business, enabling our graduates to continue MA studies, providing post graduate studies, courses and specialist training, providing educational courses in English, improving teaching infrastructure by offering specialist workshops and extra teaching space, developing e-learning Legal basis Sopocka Szkoła Wyższa (SSW), the Sopot University of Applied Science was established on 10 January 2000 pursuant to the decision of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. The university was entered in the Register of Non-State Universities and Non-State University Associations under number 174. Branches The Sopot University of Applied Science University has two branches. One in Sopot (main one) and one in Chojnice.
Warsaw Film School – a decade in film and innovation Warsaw Film School was founded in 2004 by Polish film director, producer and screenwriter Maciej Slesicki and one of the country's most popular actors, Boguslaw Linda - thespian protagonist of Andrzej Wajda's last film "Afterimage". The academy is a unique film institution, one of three in the country to grant BA diplomas and the only artistic school under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture to have BA International S… [+] tudies in English. Based in the capital of Poland, Warsaw Film School is at the centre of a film education hub, which also includes a film-profiled high school, secondary school, vocational college, art-house cinema Kino Elektronik, and a production company. Lecturers of Warsaw Film School such as helmer Krzysztof Zanussi and Academy Award-nominated Bartosz Konopka are among the most recognized Polish and international filmmakers, specialists in the fields of film and new media. In 2010 Warsaw Film School moved to a brand new campus, with the capacity of 2,600 sq. m, offering space for film and photography shoots, dark rooms, post-production facilities and a high-end sound studio. Our graduate Dorota Kobiela was nominated for The Oscars 2018 for “Loving Vincent”. This was the second Oscar nomination that our School graduates can be proud of. The first one was given in 2015 to Tomasz Śliwiński for his Documentary Short Subject "Our Curse". Warsaw Film School is at the heart of Poland, a country which produces around 60 feature films per year and is involved in 20 to 30 international co-production projects per year. We are based in the middle of a dynamically developing audiovisual market, with strong film tradition and sincere attachment to film as a mode of personal and political expression. Warsaw Film School organises a range of educational, artistic, and professional events, including Script Fiesta – Europe's only fully open festival dedicated to the art of writing for the screen. Each year hundreds of professionals gather for a week of master-classes, workshops, pitching sessions and social events. The list of special guests includes Joe Eszterhas, Pilar Alessandra, Linda Aronson, Jane Campion and the Sundance 2016 winner from Israel - Elite Zexer.
The Jagiellonian University, founded in 1364, is the oldest university in Poland and the second oldest institution of higher education in Central and Eastern Europe. It was here that the Cracow School of the Law of Nations was developed in the 15th century (an early form of contemporary international law). Then, at the beginning of the 19th century, the Department of Political Skills was established at our university. After Poland regained independence, the School of Political… [+] Science (SPS) was established within the Faculty of Law in 1920. It was based on the Free School of Political Science (École Libre des Sciences Politiques) in Paris. The activity of the SPS was halted by the onset of WW II, and underground education was organized in its place. Although the school resumed its operation in 1946, it was closed by communist authorities in the late 1940s. In 1969, the Institute of Political Science (IPS) was established at the Faculty of Law. In the year 2000, the Faculty of International and Political Studies was founded. It was divided into four units: (1) the Institute of Political Science (mentioned above); (2) the Institute of Ethnic Studies and Polish Diaspora (established in 1972); (3) the Institute of Regional Studies; and (4) the School of Polish Language and Culture (operating as part of the faculty until 2005). One of the main purposes for establishing the new Faculty was to combine academic and didactic efforts undertaken by various groups of academic researchers at the university in the field of political and international developments – as seen from legal, historical, philosophical, sociological, and cultural perspectives. With time, new units were established within the faculty, often as a result of the reorganization of previously existing units. In 2004, the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora (which also included the Interfacultative Department of American Studies, founded in 1991) and the Institute of European Studies (which emerged from the Interfacultative Department of European Studies, established in 1993) were founded. In 2005, the Institute of Russian and East European Studies was founded. In 2005, the Division of Ukrainian Studies (established in 2000) became an independent unit of the Faculty. Pursuant to a decree issued by the President of the Jagiellonian University in 2006, the Centre for Chinese Language and Culture, otherwise known as "The Confucius Institute in Krakow," become part of the faculty. In 2008, the Centre for Holocaust Studies has founded out of the Holocaust Studies Unit established in 1996. In 2010, the Division of the Middle and Far East (established in 2000) became the Institute of the Middle and the Far East. In the same year, the Centre for Lithuanian Studies was established. In 2012 the Centre for Quantitative Research in Political Science was established on the initiative of the Faculty of International and Political Studies and the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. Also in 2012, the Jagiellonian University Polish Research Centre was established in London with the help of researchers from the Faculty. In 2013 the Institute for Regional Studies was reformed as the Institute of Intercultural Studies. The Jagiellonian Centre for Migration Studies was also opened that year. In 2014, the Jagiellonian Centre for African Studies was established. Faculty Units Basic units: Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Institute of the Middle and the Far East, Institute of European Studies, Institute of Political Science and International Relations, Institute of Russian and East European Studies, Institute for Intercultural Studies, Division of Ukrainian Studies, Centre for Holocaust Studies, Centre for Chinese Language and Culture ("Confucius Institute in Krakow"), Centre for Lithuanian Studies. Interfacultative units Centre for Quantitative Research in Political Science, Jagiellonian Centre for Migration Studies Other units Jagiellonian University Polish Research Centre in London, Guest House Jagiellonian University The Jagiellonian University educates on the three levels: Ordinary, Masters, and Doctoral, following the principles of the Bologna Process. There are well over a hundred degrees and specialities available in Polish, as well as over a dozen in English. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) has been implemented in all courses and specialities, enabling trouble-free linking of studies at UJ with studies in other European countries. Together with the development of co-operation with a number of universities worldwide, this has enabled a great increase in student mobility.
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) – a technical research university with traditions in education dating back to the 19thcentury. It is a forward-thinking institution where high-quality education meets world-class research and innovation. Our priorities are multi-layered study programmes supported by an advanced scientific research. Modern study programmes and an extensive range of scientific and research works, including p… [+] artnerships with many universities, research institutions and high-tech industries, make our graduates thoroughly prepared for the global labour market. In response to market demands, we offer an exciting range of professional and technological programmes which prepare students for their future careers. WUT authorities and the entire academic staff do their best to acquaint the students with up-to-date knowledge and skills that are useful in today’s world. WUT offers programmes at B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD levels in every field of technology – ranging from civil engineering and architecture to optoelectronics, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology and biomedical technology. We also provide complementary programmes to technical studies and offer programmes in economics, social sciences, management, administration and business. Our primary aims are to educate responsible professionals, committed to the values of civic life, and to contribute to the development of research and innovation, which are the driving forces of progress in the society of the 21stcentury. We are pleased and proud that many international students from all parts of the world choose our university. While studying at WUT, it is also possible to complete a part of the study programme abroad joining a partner institution for one or two semesters. Our university participates actively in various European educational programmes: Erasmus+, Erasmus Mundus, ATHENS and many others. It is our ambition to become a serious partner in creating the European Higher Educational Area. Thus, we place great importance on strengthening international knowledge exchange relations and stimulating understanding, tolerance and respect for different ideas and cultures. WUT in figures: 20 Faculties International Business School 36 fields of study 36859 students (including 1248 PhD students) 2148 academic staff 2619 staff in administration, libraries, central institutions and workshops
Kozminski University, founded in 1993, is a private institution of higher education with full academic rights. The university has obtained Polish and international accreditations, as well as excellent results in global and national educational rankings which shows the high quality of its programs and services. Due to these qualities, KU diplomas themselves have become coveted. The university’s offer includes various bachelor, master’s, MBA’s as well as Ph.D. programs. All o… [+] f these are also offered in English. Since 2009 Kozminski University is classified in the prestigious educational rankings provided by the ‘Financial Times’ – Business School rankings, which include the best universities from around the world. Moreover, for the past 18 consecutive years, it holds first place throughout private universities in educational rankings published by ‘Perspektywy’ and ‘Rzeczpospolita’ and ‘WPROST’. Kozminski University also received a special distinction from the National Accreditation Committee in regards to management, administration and law programs. Kozminski University holds three international accreditations: EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. Only 5% of business schools from around the world hold all three accreditations. The AACSB accreditation is awarded to such prestigious universities such as Yale and Harvard. KU holds the rights to award doctoral degrees in the following disciplines: management, economics, finance, sociology, and law. As the only private higher education institution in Poland, it has the power to authorize a higher Ph.D. degree (habilitation degree) in the discipline of management and economics. Also under the so-called parametric evaluation of research units within the field of economics Kozminski University boasts the highest first category ranking. The educational offer includes management (in Polish and in English), finance and accounting (in Polish and in English), economics – international markets, law, administration, as well as social sciences in management: sociology and psychology in management.
Established in 1819, the world’s first business school, ESCP Europe was founded by a group of economic scholars and businessmen including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux. Jean-Baptiste Say was an advocate of economic liberalism and is often credited with having coined the concept of entrepreneurship as early as 1800. Vital Roux is particularly known for having largely contributed to the elaboration of the Commercial Code in 1… [+] 807 as well as for his up-front thinking in innovative pedagogy. One can, therefore, say that the creation of ESCP Europe represents the invention of the "business school" concept. Although the ESCP Europe brand evolved over its almost 200 years of history, it always remained loyal to its first three letters. Starting in 1819 under the name Ecole Spéciale de Commerce et d’Industrie and soon after renamed Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, it developed to ESCP fifty years later in 1869. After merging with its sister school, the European School of Management (EAP), in 1999, the school was called ESCP-EAP for about a decade. Finally, in 2009, the school’s name turned into ESCP Europe, making explicit reference to its European heritage and positioning. The international scope of ESCP Europe has been visible since its early age. Already the class of 1824 counted 30% of international students with 15 different nationalities, amongst them seven Spanish, five Brazilians, five Dutch, four Germans, and two Americans. Language education was an essential part of its first curriculum which included, in addition to French grammar, also courses in English, German, and Spanish. As of 1825, a total of ten languages were taught at ESCP Europe and students had to study at least three of them.Around one and a half centuries later, ESCP Europe was again a pioneer through the creation of a multi-campus business school. In order to respond to the School’s European calling, campuses in Germany and in the United Kingdom were opened in 1973, followed by Spain in 1988, Italy in 2004, and Warsaw in 2015. In the context of an ever more globalized world, the ambition of ESCP Europe today is to train truly European managers by fostering the link between humanistic values and management education. ESCP Europe becomes a veritable European School open to the World. Mission and Values ESCP Europe connects and shapes the business world by advancing cross-cultural management knowledge and practice. Teaching management from an interdisciplinary perspective at the highest level of academic excellence, we develop culturally intelligent, multilingual leaders, who are open-minded, adaptable and responsible. As managers and entrepreneurs, ESCP Europe's graduates are equipped to lead and inspire in a globalised world. Facts and Governance 6 ESCP Europe campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Torino, and Warsaw. Triple accredited: AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA The World’s First Business School (est. 1819) Over 140 research-active professors representing over 20 nationalities across our 6 campuses 90 affiliate professors, 30 visiting professors, over 800 practitioners and experts Over 120 academic alliances in Europe and the world A full portfolio; Bachelor, Masters, MBAs, PhDs, and Executive Education 4,600 students in degree programmes representing 100 different nationalities 5,000 high-level participants in customized training and executive education 50,000 active alumni in over 150 countries in the world European Governance representing the School’s deep European identity Regularly ranked among the World’s best business schools Campuses ESCP Europe’s distinctive model of a cross-border multi-campus business school embodies the heart of our European identity. With its six urban campuses in major European cities, ESCP Europe contributes actively to the development of a European management culture and allows the School to offer a unique type of cross-cultural business education: BERLIN LONDON MADRID PARIS TORINO WARSAW
Why study at WSB University in Szczecin? WSB University in Szczecin (official name: WSB University in Poznań Faculty of Economics in Szczecin) is a division of WSB University in Poznań, the non-state higher education institution founded in 1994. a part of WSB Universities Group - Poland’s largest group of collegiate schools of business consistently ranked among the top non-state business schools in Poland an independent academic unit with its own dean, teaching staff and… [+] departments mission – partners in developing professional carreers focus on practicality, friendliness and innovation full-time and part-time studies (you study 3-4 days a week or at weekends) business profile of programmes close linkages with numerous business partners work placements and internships in companies student oriented practical studies focus on developing practical i competencies soft skills a wide range of extra activities to support students and graduates in the area of labour market (job offers, internships, consultations with job advisors, building career paths, free training courses, coaching provided by Career Services Office) practical and professional student service multimedia-equipped classrooms, classrooms with modern computer stations computerized Library along with a traditional reading room access to new technologies such as Moodle platform, IT tools and software (Symphony, AutoCad, Flexim Simulations) Extranet - an advanced on-line system delivering the most-up-to-date information to each student on demand 24 / 7 WiFi - access to wireless internet for all students. Practical knowledge and skills Our curricula are tailored to employers’ needs and expectations, Project based courses teach you good teamwork and communication skills Investment in future career. High quality teaching guarantees personal and professional development, Doctorally and professionally qualified faculty members. Work and study We value your time – our students find it easy to combine their studies with work thanks to a well-designed schedule. Our internship programs make it possible for students to acquire professional experience while at university. The school offers programs in Polish English This school also offers: BScs (8 and 2 in English) Contact Details WSB UNIVERSITY IN SZCZECIN Address: al. Wojska Polskiego 128 70-491 SZczecin Poland Webside: http://www.wsb.pl/english/program-offerings/szczecin e-mail: email@example.com phone: +48 91 422 58 58
Introduction WSB University in Opole (official name: WSB University in Wrocław Faculty in Opole) a division of WSB University in Wrocław, the non-state higher education institution founded in 1998 a part of WSB Universities Group - Poland’s largest group of collegiate schools of business consistently ranked among the top non-state business schools in Poland an independent academic unit with its own dean, teaching staff and departments mission – practicality, friendliness and i… [+] nnovation full-time and part-time studies (you study only 3 days a week or at weekends) business profile of programmes close cooperation with the business environment (over 80 business partners) work placements and internships in companies student oriented practical studies focus on soft skills’ developing a wide range of extra activities to support students and graduates in the area of labour market (job offers, internships, consultations with job advisors, building career paths, free training courses, coaching provided by Career Services Office) practical and professional student service a large number of multimedia-equipped classrooms, classrooms with modern computer stations, state-of-the-art labs and workrooms computerized Library along with a traditional reading room access to new technologies such as Moodle platform, IT tools and software (Symphony, AutoCad, Flexim Simulations) Student Zone - a special areas for relaxing, free access to computers Extranet- an advanced on-line system delivering the most-up-to-date information to each student on demand 24 / 7 WiFi- access to wireless internet for all students WSB University in Opole offers: business profile of programmes close cooperation with the business environment focus on soft skills’ developing a wide range of extra activities to support students and graduates in the area of labour market practical and professional customer (student) service client oriented practical studies study programmes meeting the needs of students at every career level. The school offers programs in: Polish English This school also offers: BScs (7 and 1 in English) MScs (1 and 1 in English) Contact Details WSB UNIVERSITY IN OPOLE Address: Augustyna Kośnego 72 46-020 Opole , Poland Webside: http://www.wsb.pl/english/program-offerings/opole e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: +48 (77) 401 94 44/01/02/03
The WSB University was established 16 years ago as the first private university school of business in Toruń. Over the years past, it has earned a reputation as a provider of premier quality degree programs in business, economics, and finance. This reputation stands for a stable market position and is underpinned by accomplished instructors and state-of-the-art teaching methodology. In 2007, the University launched the Faculty of Finance and Management in Bydgoszcz as its … [+] second location. Benefits of degree programs delivered by the WSB University in Toruń: • a rich portfolio of educational products • seamless scheduling and organization • practically focused curriculum • trusted quality • applicable learning • internships and work placements with the region’s leading companies. Teaching staff The WSB Universities value your time. We keep an eye on what is going on the labor market and are committed to delivering knowledge in an easy and effective way. The WSB curricula are designed on the basis of employers’ expectations and many years of the WSB academic staff’s experience. Among the WSB academic staff are both academic authorities and practitioners who share their knowledge and expertise with their students. The school offers programs in • Polish • English This school also offers: • BScs (11 and 2 in English) • MScs (5 and 1 in English)
The WSB University in Wrocław is an academic institution operating under the Law on Higher Education of July 27, 2005. The Law, alongside the University’s entry in the Register of Non-Public Higher Education Institutions and Associations of Non-Public Higher Education Institutions, ensures that its students can exercise all privileges that they are entitled to as participants in a higher education degree program. WSB mission: Innovative, friendly, and practically focused - … [+] helping you change your world. WSB vision: A regional leader in providing higher education to those combining work and study. New programs available from the WSB University in Wrocław Two first-cycle degree programs, Philology, and Political Science have been added to the University’s product range as an outcome of its merger with the Wrocław College of Management and Finance (Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Finansów). WSB – the leader among higher education institutions in the region of Dolny Śląsk The recent merger has reinforced the WSB University’s reputation as the largest privately-owned institution of higher education in the region of Dolny Śląsk. The associated benefits include: What does it mean for its students? It is clear that: its top position in the region’s higher education sector warrants stability, credibility and continuity, and is indicative of superior quality of instruction and the prestige and wide recognition of its degrees, its continued expansion and commitment to excellence in research and teaching results in the launch of new exciting first-cycle degree programs, such as Philology and Political Science. Why WSB Universities? If you choose WSB University you will: find it easy to combine your studies with a professional career. Our study programs are tailored to the lifestyle of people who have jobs. meet renowned academics and business practitioners in class gain up-to-date knowledge because we develop our study programs in collaboration with business practitioners of particular industries so that the programs meet the employers’ needs. study in well-equipped classrooms, lecture halls and labs with access to specialist software applications decide when and how to pay tuition thanks to a flexible tuition fee payment system be able to use the Moodle e-learning platform and e-learning platform for foreign languages be provided with professional student service that will make it easy for you to handle all the formalities gain professional experience by doing internships, attending training courses and workshops organized by the WSB Career Services Office.
The WSB University in Wrocław is an academic institution operating under the Law on Higher Education of July 27, 2005. The Law, alongside the University’s entry in the Register of Non-Public Higher Education Institutions and Associations of Non-Public Higher Education Institutions, ensures that its students can exercise all privileges that they are entitled to as participants in a higher education degree program. WSB mission: Innovative, friendly, and practically focused - … [+] helping you change your world. WSB vision: A regional leader in providing higher education to those combining work and study. WSB – the leader among higher education institutions in the region of Dolny Śląsk The recent merger has reinforced the WSB University’s reputation as the largest privately-owned institution of higher education in the region of Dolny Śląsk. The associated benefits include: What does it mean for its students? It is clear that: its top position in the region’s higher education sector warrants stability, credibility and continuity, and is indicative of superior quality of instruction and the prestige and wide recognition of its degrees, its continued expansion and commitment to excellence in research and teaching results in the launch of new exciting first-cycle degree programs, such as Philology and Political Science. Why WSB Universities? If you choose WSB University you will: find it easy to combine your studies with a professional career. Our study programs are tailored to the lifestyle of people who have jobs. meet renowned academics and business practitioners in class gain up-to-date knowledge because we develop our study programs in collaboration with business practitioners of particular industries so that the programs meet the employers’ needs. study in well-equipped classrooms, lecture halls and labs with access to specialist software applications decide when and how to pay tuition thanks to a flexible tuition fee payment system be able to use the Moodle e-learning platform and e-learning platform for foreign languages be provided with professional student service that will make it easy for you to handle all the formalities gain professional experience by doing internships, attending training courses and workshops organized by the WSB Career Services Office.
WSB UNIVERSITY IN CHORZÓW Introduction a division of WSB University in Poznań, the non-state higher education institution founded in 1994 a part of WSB Universities Group - Poland’s largest group of collegiate schools of business consistently ranked among the top non-state business schools in Poland an independent academic unit with its own dean, teaching staff and departments mission – practicality, friendliness, and innovation full-time and part-time studies (you study… [+] only 3 days a week or on weekends) business profile of programmes close cooperation with the business environment (over 80 business partners) work placements and internships in companies student-oriented practical studies focus on developing soft skills a wide range of extra activities to support students and graduates in the area of the labor market (job offers, internships, consultations with job advisors, building career paths, free training courses, coaching provided by Career Services Office) practical and professional student service a large number of multimedia-equipped classrooms, classrooms with modern computer stations, state-of-the-art labs, and workrooms computerized Library along with a traditional reading room access to new technologies such as Moodle platform, IT tools and software (Symphony, AutoCad, Flexim Simulations) Student Zone - a special room for relaxing, listening to music or surfing on the Internet Extranet- an advanced online system delivering the most-up-to-date information to each student on demand 24 / 7 WiFi- access to wireless internet for all students WSB University in Chorzów offers: business profile of programmes close cooperation with the business environment focus on developing soft skills a wide range of extra activities to support students and graduates in the area of labor market practical and professional customer (student) service client oriented practical studies study programmes meeting the needs of students at every career level. The school offers programs in Polish English This school also offers: BScs (13 and 2 in English) MScs (5 and 1 in English)
As their mission statement puts it, WSB Universities see themselves as partners in developing professional careers. In line with their vision, they aim to be regional leaders in providing higher education to those combining work and study. Benefits of degree programs delivered by the WSB University in Bydgoszcz: • a rich portfolio of educational products • seamless scheduling and organization • practically focused curriculum • degree award by a foreign institution of high… [+] er learning • trusted by customers • practically the best • state-of-the-art infrastructure. Teaching staff Practitioners constitute a substantial part of the teaching staff at the WSB Universities. Among them are bank directors and specialists, brokers, insurance specialists, tax office managers and specialists, customs duty specialists, creative directors, PR officers, trade specialists, international finance professionals, marketing managers, consulting experts, owners of travel agencies, and many more. WSB University in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodship consists of two Universities – in Torun and Bydgoszcz. At the moment, there are over 9000 students in both units. The faculty in Torun was founded in 1998. WSB University proves to be a prestigious school of business, which is focused on key competences essential for its students’ and alumni’s future career. WSB University in Torun and Bydgoszcz form one out of 9 WSB Universities that are the largest group of business Universities in Poland. The school offers programs in • Polish • English This school also offers: • BScs (12 and 1 in English) • MScs (7 and 1 in English)
The University of Wrocław has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century, the university had five Faculties: philosophy, Catholic theology, evangelical theology, law, and medicine. Later it was expanded by numerous sections, laboratories and a natural museum, which exists until today. Today, … [+] the first and foremost focus of The University of Wrocław is scientific research. Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship is a new unit of the University of Wrocław designed to aid students in starting their own businesses by providing free entrepreneurial advice, organizing conferences, seminars, subsidizing selected investments and offering office space. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship cooperates with the Wrocław Technology Park, a technological center with laboratories, office space, conference center and modern multimedia equipment. The objective of the Technology Park is to create conditions for the use of the scientific and industrial potential of Wrocław and the region and to stimulate the advanced technologies industry. The University of Wrocław is proud to be one of its shareholders. Today the University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 40,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year. Faculty of Law, Administration, and Economics The Faculty of Law, Administration, and Economics is one of the largest in Poland. Its tradition dates back to the Prussian law school established in 1811. Over 12,000 students are taught at this Faculty by 200 scholars and 170 students are enrolled in Ph.D. programs. The Faculty offers international exchange programs and is proud to host international students from Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, and African countries. Students can become members of clubs and societies and participate in national and international conferences and symposia. Areas of study: Law Administration Economics Research: Areas of expertise include: History of Poland and Polish law Administrative, civil, penal, financial and private law International and European law Theory of economics International links: The Faculty has academic partnerships with around 40 institutions in more than 18 countries worldwide, including: Hidalgos Centre for Higher Education in Mexico, Centre for Latin America Constitutional Law in Buenos Aires, School of German Law, Postgraduate Center, Strasbourg CEDIMES Institute, France Cambridge University English and European Law Course. Facilities: one of the largest law libraries in Poland with state-of-the-art equipment, lecture halls, classrooms, computer labs and a study room with access to Internet and databases
Vincent Pol University in Lublin (VPU) is one of the leading and internationally-orienteda non-public higher institution located in eastern Poland. Established in 2000, the university has dedicated itself to meeting the expectations of young people willing to achieve their professional aims and fulfil their passions. Practical Education The University offers a range of full-time bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in Polish and English, approved by the Ministry of … [+] Science and Higher Education. Immense interest in the programmes offered at VPU is determined by well-qualified and highly-experienced academic staff, and also by the special emphasis on the practicability of programmes and curricula, which are continuously updated to meet the requirements of the job market. British degrees VPU students can also choose a special program 2+1, as two of VPU programmes (Tourism and Hospitality Management and Sports Science) are operated in conjunction with the University of Northampton and University of Bedfordshire. Upon completion of two years at Vincent Pol University students of these programmes can continue their education in the partner universities in the UK and get a British degree. University Facilities VPU has special teaching rooms for physiotherapy, kinesiotherapy, cosmetology, biomechanics, massage, chemistry, tourism, gastronomy, geography and IT. There are also recreation rooms, gymnasiums, fitness suites etc. The cafeteria is a popular meeting place for students. The University provides library resources (about 22 000 volumes) and a WiFi access. In 2010 the University founded the Academic Physiotherapy Centre, a modern clinic, to be used by our physiotherapy students to work with citizens of Lublin, with the newest equipment for diagnostics and rehabilitation, and is contracted with the Polish National Health System.Students do their clinical practice and scientific research can be conducted there. Our students have the opportunity to rest at "Green School" - The University’s Education and Recreational Center in Piotrawin, about 60 kilometres from Lublin. Multicultural Environment VPU has a unique international atmosphere, where students coming from more than 30 countries can meet other cultures and gain valuable life experience. Dedicated International Studies Office provides a variety of services for the students- one-year preparatory English course, career planning and internships, a business incubator, scientific clubs, cultural events etc. The University Authorities prioritize internationalization as a major part of their development strategy. The University has recently established partnerships with institutions in Europe, Africa and Asia. Students have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad. In return, we welcome students from abroad spending a period of their studies in Lublin. Students enrolled in the Erasmus+ program receive a scholarship. Student Life Vincent Pol University is situated close to the city centre, with easy access by public transport. Lublin has many affordable restaurants, bars and leisure facilities, and our students enjoy evenings out in the historic and safe city centre. Lublin is a city full of students and the costs of living are relatively low. It is an ideal location for students from around the world, and we encourage all of them to come to VPU. VPU has been accredited by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from 12 July 2000 (DNS-1-0145-396/Eko/2000) and registered under the ordinal number 186. The University offers a range of full-time Master and Bachelor degree programmes, which are mentioned below. Long – cycle Studies (5 – YEAR Master’s degree programmes): Physiotherapy First – cycle Studies (3 – YEAR Bachelor’s degree programmes): Beauty Science Tourism and Hospitality Management Sport Science English philology Second – cycle Studies (2 – YEAR Master’s degree programmes): 1. Physiotherapy 2. International Tourism
“Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous” - Confucius Did you know that Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson, the wealthiest people of the contemporary world, have never gained higher education? Jobs gave up law studies after the first semester and Gates did not even last until the end of it. Full of complexes and dyslectic young Branson, in turn, faced expulsion from school multiple times. Those characters, the ingenious creators of … [+] technological marvels and big fortunes, got disappointed in education very quickly. Just like Confucius, they thought “Learning without thought is labor lost”. However “thought without learning is perilous”, continued Confucius. Never before has Confucius’s wisdom been truer. Yet we live in the age of knowledge, intellect, and information. Lack of competence or qualifications is perilous nowadays. That is why I invite you… …to take up a challenge and change something in your life! …to be an architect of your own professional identity! …to undertake studies in the modern school – the school with passion and ambition to educate! Studies at the West Pomeranian Business School – the oldest non-public business school in West Pomerania – are your chance and our challenge. They are a guarantee of profound, up-to-date knowledge and practical skills demanded on a labor market. Every day we create for you the unlimited possibilities for development and improvement. We give you both merit an organizational support during the process of studying. We have brought for you an e-learning platform, with an easy and free access to any educational content you may need, a digital library and an online student service system – “e‑deanery”. You are going to appreciate the welcoming atmosphere of friendliness and partnership and you will instantly recognize our passion for education. That is because we develop and sell unique knowledge in a unique way – we are a progressive enterprise of knowledge. Join 25 thousands of people, who have already trusted our professionalism! We are looking forward to welcoming you, prof. Aneta Zelek Ph. D Rector of The West Pomeranian Business School The West Pomeranian Business School is a progressive enterprise of knowledge WE SERVE BUSINESS PROFESSIONALLY… ALWAYS The West Pomeranian Business School: - A non-public higher education institution operating under the Law of higher education; - A non-profit institution – reinvesting any profit into development; - Entirely independent in defining its mission, goals and priorities, which is manifested by the freedom of education, the freedom of scientific research and the freedom of intellectual development; - Concerned about the practical dimension of the studies and practically educates professional management and executive personnel; - An educational and scientific institution that cooperates with its economic environment in favour of the social-economic growth of the Euroregion; - An institution based on the humanistic value system – respectful for the human rights, patriotism, democracy, eco-development and social responsibility; - Also full of respect for the European ethical code; - …and the intellectual property law; - A higher school established on the ground of professionalism and partnership. The whole recrutiment proces is available through our online platform https://apply.zpsb.pl/
VIAMODA University in Warsaw is: the modern school of design and management with the international vibe a unique project in Central Europe, which combines: design, technology, and management business-bonded educational offer for a career path in the fashion industry Innovative educational program provides students with the full-scale knowledge of the designing process, synergistic technological skills, and profound expertise in communications. Classes and practical training… [+] are conducted in an authentic environment of thoroughly equipped studios and workshop facilities. Our Business-smart approach enables creative understanding of fashion. VIAMODA is the only university in Poland that provides students with the opportunity to develop collections of original designs ready to be produced. VIAMODA is a perfect place to develop one’s dream and to implement the methods of original and effective actions, to obtain education based on European standards including the language skills necessary to cooperate internationally. The concept of VIAMODA tailor-made syllabuses and interaction with professionals from fashion industry allow graduates to take on career challenges that give satisfaction and ensure success. VIAMODA offers a comprehensive approach to fashion design: opportunity to work with the creative staff of professionals – experts and practitioners from Poland and European guest lecturers up-to-date experience in the fashion industry, drawing inspirations from the exemplars and cooperation with the prestigious European and global fashion houses creativity support through internships and trainings in companies highly valued in industry, students’ exchange programs and international cooperation innovative and complex education based on European standards necessary to operate in fashion domain, create own business, start and manage own fashion brand. VIAMODA GRADUATE VIAMODA educates interdisciplinary professionals that find their place in every sector of the widely defined fashion industry, professionals able to combine knowledge of new technologies, designing craftsmanship and expertise in the rules dominating in the industry. Students acquire qualifications allowing to be competitive in the labor market. They are able to find employment in apparel and textile companies, in fashion retail companies, in professional media, marketing and consulting agencies, and institutions associated with the fashion industry. Our graduates possess the fundamental competencies necessary to start own projects and develop own business ideas. CAMPUS AND FACILITIES VIAMODA is located in Warsaw, in own building with the fashion climate in each classroom, sewing premises, drawing and painting workshops, refined culinary school facilities. The proximity of the design studios, art galleries, fashionable restaurants, and exhibition halls of Polish capital allows VIAMODA students to experience the ambiance that accompanies the process of designing, art-and media-oriented business.
University of Gdańsk The University of Gdańsk is a dynamically developing institution of higher learning, and one that combines respect for tradition with a commitment to the new. We offer a very wide range of academic subjects, and an equally wide range of subjects that lead to professional qualifications in demand on the job market. An increasingly large proportion of students pursue their studies in state-of-the-art facilities on the University's Baltic Campus, which i… [+] s one of the largest university complexes in northern Poland. The University of Gdańsk was founded on 20 March 1970. It was formed from an amalgamation of two institutions of higher education: the Higher Economics School in Sopot and the Higher Pedagogical School in Gdańsk. Later, it also included the Higher Teacher Training School. The precursor of the Higher Economics School in Sopot was the Higher School of Maritime Trade in Sopot, which opened in 1945 and awarded its first degrees in 1947. Currently, the University of Gdańsk is the largest educational institution in the Pomerania region. We have eleven faculties with over thirty thousand students, doctoral students and post-graduates, who are taught by one thousand seven hundred academic staff. In such fields of study as Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Oceanography, Quantum Physics, Pedagogy, Psychology, Law and Economic Sciences, the University of Gdańsk is one of the best institutions in Poland.
The University of Wrocław has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. About Center for Distance Education Centre for Distance Education was established July 1, 2016, year on the basis of a resolution of the Senate of the University of Wroclaw No. 99/2016 of 22 June 2016. The tasks of the center should be primarily to coordinate … [+] online teaching at the University of Wroclaw on the e-learning platform. Our activities to support and promote online learning does not intend, however, confined to courses and studies conducted at the University of Wroclaw. On the contrary, we hope that our experience and facilities substantive we can use to help other educational institutions in the implementation of their e-learning solutions, improving the quality of online learning and training in teaching methodologies and e-learning. Benefits of online learning High-performance educational learning in leisure time, no additional costs for accommodation, travel, and subsistence, optimization of work by automating their conduct, build lasting relationships with customers, an attractive form of e-learning courses, no barriers to health, time and geography.
Academic Centre through centuries Kraków has been known as a leading academic centre in Poland since the14th century. Although there is a great number of respectable universities in our country, it is Kraków that immediately evokes images of student comradery and professors strolling through the streets of Old Town. This centuries-long academic tradition goes hand in hand with modern approach to education and state-of-the-art technology. For instance, Ruczaj, one of the d… [+] istricts located on the outskirts of Kraków, is rapidly transforming into a thriving centre of student activity thanks to the 3rd Campus of the Jagiellonian University. The fact that most higher education institutions in the city are sited near one another allows for a very close cooperation—not only scientific, but also related to culture and leisure. The Jagiellonian University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on 12 May 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. The Jubilee year 2014 marked the 650th anniversary of this remarkable event. Since its very beginning, the Jagiellonian University has been an international institution. Poles, Ruthenians, Lithuanians, Hungarians, Germans, Czechs, the Swiss, the English, the Dutch, the French, the Spanish, Italians, and even Tatars studied here in the old days. Jagiellonian University today Today, the Jagiellonian University comprises 16 Faculties, where nearly 4 thousand academic staff conduct research and provide education to over 40 thousand students, within the framework of more than 80 different fields of study. The eminent researchers and state-of-the-art infrastructure make the JU one of the leading Polish scientific institutions, collaborating with major academic centres from all over the world. The Jagiellonian University is also home to about 150 student societies, where young researchers pursue their academic interests and develop friendships with people who share their passion. The most unique large-scale projects run by the Jagiellonian University include the Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics, Małopolska Centre for Biotechnology, Molecular Biotechnology for Health, OMICRON, and Synchrotron Radiation Centre “Solaris”. Research excellence The university's prestige in both Poland and abroad is illustrated by its widely recognised research achievements. The scientists and physicians from the JU Medical College carry out pioneer studies, e.g. in cardiac surgery, urology and neurology, often leading to the development of novel treatment methods. Their findings have been published in some of the most prestigious international journals, for instance European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine, and Lancet. JU archaeologists explore the secrets of ancient sites in various parts of the world, including Egypt, Cyprus, Central America, South Asia and Altay. The astronomers take part in the most important international projects in their field, including H.E.S.S. and VIPERS, whereas the results of research by JU biotechnologists have been published in such reputable specialist journals as Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, Molecular Ecology Resources or European Journal of Human Genetics. These are only some examples of remarkable successes for which the Jagiellonian University has been famous in recent years. The current position of the JU is also reflected in the growing number of patent applications and the growing number of patents granted to its academic staff members—there were 8 applications and 2 patents in 2007 and as many as 60 applications and 11 patents in 2013. Unsurprisingly, the Jagiellonian University staff have been honoured with a number of prestigious distinctions and awards, including the elite awards of the Foundation for Polish Science (“Polish Nobel Prizes”) bestowed upon JU professors: Jan Woleński, Tomasz Guzik, and Jan Potempa during the years 2010–2013. Live and learn in Kraków Kraków's location is unique for several reasons. In addition to having all the benefits of a large city, including very well developed public transportation, easy access to hostels and student dormitories, and numerous shopping malls and restaurants, Kraków is also very close to the Tatra Mountains (with many ski resorts and trekking routes near Zakopane), beautiful national parks—Pieniny and Ojców, and Dunajec River Gorge, which offers some interesting rafting opportunities. Additionally, Kraków is not very far from other European capitals, such as Prague and Vienna, so weekend trips to neighbouring countries pose no problem to keen travellers. Kraków is also an important transport hub, with quick and comfortable bus, train and plane connections to other cities, both in Poland and abroad. Vibrant job market Because Kraków's universities train highly qualified specialists in all kinds of fields, it is not at all surprising that businesses are very frequently set up in the region. International investors establish branches of their corporations in the area to ensure the influx of trained specialists. This offers prospective students a multitude of opportunities to develop careers in their desired professions. City of kings Kraków is the historical capital of Poland, and as such, it is very deeply rooted in Polish tradition and culture. There is almost a tangible feel of history in the atmosphere of Kraków, while at the same time it is also very vivid and teeming with life. Galleries, museums, theatres, a philharmonic and an opera house—all these places offer unforgettable experiences to art aficionados. Small wonder that Kraków attracts thousands of tourists every year, regardless of season. The meeting place Despite its traditional nature, Kraków is not only about history. It is, first and foremost, a melting pot of diverse cultures, where people from all over the world meet to share their knowledge, experience, and friendship. Numerous clubs and pubs guarantee quality entertainment in a welcoming environment—be it in the open, spacious area of the Market Square, or mysterious, narrow alleyways of Kazimierz. Clubs are located close to one another, so hardened merrymakers may find themselves devoting entire evenings to exploring new places. Cultural, musical and film festivals, many of which are organised by students, also liven up the city.
The Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Biotechnology (FBBB) is one of the youngest and most dynamically expanding units of the Jagiellonian University. It is also a leading scientific and educational institution in Poland, recognized all over the world in the field of modern biology. The FBBB was established in 2002, following the expansion of the Jan Zurzycki Institute of Molecular Biology which had been growing since the 1970s. Nowadays, the faculty comprises 17 departments… [+] and employs 150 scientists. The FBBB offers programmes leading to Bachelor's, Master and PhD degrees in the field of biotechnology, biophysics, biochemistry and bioinformatics. International students are welcome to attend a two-year Master's programme in English. The FBBB's building is located on the III JU Campus. In the close vicinity of the FBBB, there are other JU faculties of life sciences, as well as Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics, Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology and the newly-opened National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS. Thanks to successful research and structural grant applications the FBBB scientists have an easy access to the state-of-the-art equipment and modern technologies, which let them focus on the problems most pertinent to modern society. The Jagiellonian University, often shortened to JU (historical names include: Studium Generale, University of Kraków, Kraków Academy, The Main Crown School, and Main School of Kraków) was established in 1364 by the Polish king Kazimierz the Great. It is the oldest university in Poland, the second oldest university in Central Europe and one of the oldest universities in the world. The Jagiellonian University comprises 16 faculties offering about hundred degrees and specialities in Polish, as well as over a dozen in English. Approximately 50,000 students enrol in Bachelor, Master, PhD and no-degree study courses every year. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) has been implemented in all courses and specialities, enabling trouble-free linking of studies at JU with studies in other European countries. Together with the development of co-operation with a number of universities worldwide, this has enabled a great increase in student mobility.
University of WarsawUniversity of Warsaw (UW), founded in 1816, is the best university and a leading research center in Poland. The high level of scientific research, its connection with the education of students and the diversity and attractiveness of our teaching determines the position of the University in the country and worldwide. The University of Warsaw is listed among top 4% of the World-Class Universities and recognized by prestigious international rankings such… [+] as the Academic Ranking of World Universities (AKA Shanghai Ranking), the QS Top Universities, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and the CHE Excellence Group 2010 (subjects: chemistry, physics).UW educates over 61,300 students. It employs over 6,300 people, including 3,280 academic teachers. Currently, there are 20 faculties and 30 other units, including the Centre for New Technologies, Centre for Preclinical Research and Technology and University Technology Transfer Centre. The University is a member of 70 consortiums and scientific networks and collaborates with ca 1,000 foreign institutions, including 420 partnerships within the boundaries of more than 1,100 Erasmus agreements and 240 partners from 52 countries within the boundaries of university agreements on direct collaboration.UW offers undergraduate, graduate and post-diploma studies, organizes summer schools and vocational courses, initiates interdisciplinary programmes and introduces new teaching techniques. Our offer is adapted to the needs of the changing world and the challenges and complexity of the labor market. Our scholars regularly receive awards and win competitions for research grants. UW students are well-educated and very competitive, winning many contests and championships. Scientific and vocational development of our students is supported by appropriate offices, organizations, and cooperation with numerous institutions. National and international companies highly value our graduates, among which you can find many prominent persons, successful entrepreneurs and recognized scholars and writers, including Nobel Prize laureates.
Poznan University of Technology is the best technical university in the Wielkopolskie voivodeship in western Poland. In 2017/2018 it has been the third most frequently chosen university in Poland, as up to six candidates competed for a place there. Poznan University of Technology (PUT) is among the best technical universities in Poland. PUT was the first Polish university to become a member of CESAER – Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and R… [+] esearch – a European organization which brings together all the best technical universities. It is also a member of SEFI – Societé Européenne pour la Formation des Ingenieurs, EUA – European University Association, ADUEM – Alliance of Universities for Democracy as well as IAU – International Association of Universities. Poznan University of Technology arose from Higher School of Machine Construction, which was founded in 1919. PUT boasts nearly a century of experience in educating highly qualified engineers and researchers in many areas. Currently, PUT has nearly 20 000 students in 10 faculties: ·Faculty of Architecture ·Faculty of Chemical Technology ·Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering ·Faculty of Computing ·Faculty of Electrical Engineering ·Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications ·Faculty of Engineering Management ·Faculty of Machines and Transport ·Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management ·Faculty of Technical Physics Education is provided in 26 fields of study, of which four in first-cycle and eleven in second-cycle are given entirely in English. Science for the people The Wielkopolskie voivodeship, and Poznan in particular offer enormous prospects. Poznan boasts the lowest unemployment rate in the country as its circumstances encourage industrialists to set up their businesses here. At present, there are approximately 100 000 businesses active in this city. Poznan University of Technology is a place where students can gain experience closely connected with the reality of labour market. They are educated in accordance with the changing requirements of business and industry. A programme of dual studies has been developed in collaboration with companies such as Volkswagen Poznań, Solaris Bus & Coach S. A., Phoenix Contact Wielkopolska, STER, Beiersdorf Manufacturing Poznań, Blum Polska sp. zo. o., Zakłady Mechaniczne Kazimieruk. In this programme students can obtain an education that goes hand in hand with requirements and expectations of the labour market, they can pursue additional training courses or obtain language certificates, and above all, it is a programme of studies where theory is closely connected with practice in the best companies. Students who complete a programme of dual studies find employment in the companies involved in it. Besides the companies already mentioned the list of partners includes: Samsung Electronics, Amica, Man Bus, HCP-Poznań, Luvena, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals S. A.), Dalkia, Budimex, Skanska, MTP-Poznań, BZ WBK – Group Santander, and many others. In March 2017 the First Academic Consortium has formed One Belt One Road between universities in Poland and in China, the first undertaking of this type in the world. The consortium comprises 15 universities and organisations in China and 11 technical universities in Poland, including PUT. A result of the collaboration is a creation of Confucius Class, where PUT employees and students can study Chinese with native speakers of Chinese straight from China. Another effect is the creation of a Sino-Polish Research Centre of the New Silk Road. It aims to bring together major technical universities from Poland and China. The main objectives of the Centre will be to transfer science, education, culture and consequently also a business. In November 2016 a Huawei Academy was opened at Poznan University of Technology, first of its kind in Poland. A modern laboratory was built, where students can study modern Huawei technologies. They can expand their knowledge of modern technologies through practical classes conducted by professionals in this field. Since 2014 a Centre of Aviation has been in existence with a modern flight simulator; PUT has a fleet of two aircraft: Zlin 242L and Extra 330 LX as well as MDM-1Fox air glider. At present PUT students can be educated in two fields: Aviation and Cosmonautics. International cooperation PUT has signed around 230 international agreements with universities in Europe and outside. The University has been participating in the Erasmus+ programme and bilateral exchange agreements for many years. In scientific research, PUT collaborates with as many as 80 universities from around the world. Double degree – double advantage Foreign universities recognize the high level of education and professionalism in teaching and research offered at PUT, and in order to improve education standards special agreements have been signed with universities in France – Lille-I and Université Evry Val d'Essonne for the following fields of study: Automation Control and Robotics and Corporate Management; these agreements enable students to obtain two degrees upon completing a joint programme of study. Another double diploma agreements were signed in 2017 with Kyiv Technical University in fields such as Mechanical Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. There are further similar projects in preparation. Technology in a positive feeling PUT students can join one of over 80 science groups in order to pursue their scientific interests, to obtain additional grants from the Rector to conduct research or for scientific travel. Beside science groups, there is a student radio station Radio Afera, a student TV station Spacja TV, university choir Volantes Soni, and many other organisations. PUT also has 36 sporting clubs where nearly 1500 students exercise regularly. At the Academic Sports Gala in 2016 PUT was fourth in general classification, and third in the category of technical universities. The Sports Centre at PUT has facilities for tennis, bowling, spinning, indoor rowing, squash as well as gyms. Scholarships for the best students! PUT offers scholarships for the best international students doing payable courses. Such grants can be paid in cash, or cover the costs of accommodation at PUT student dormitories. A close relationship with business. Contacts with numerous business partners are an essential part of university life. Our partners’ encouragement and advice help us not only to adjust our educational programmes so as to meet the requirements of the market but primarily, to make our position among other universities stronger
More than 17 000 students More than 780 academic teachers More than 73 000 graduates More than 300 foreign students each academic year The first lecture at the University was given in February, 1947. Facilities The University possesses 31 premises for teaching, research, administration, and social purposes. Classes are performed in lecture rooms and exercise rooms, and in computer, chemical and technological laboratories. Rooms are equipped with modern audio-visual aides.… [+] Some rooms possess facilities enabling direct tele-transmissions and tele-conferencing activities. Wrocław University of Economics in national and international rankings The Wrocław University of Economics is ranked among the top economic schools of higher education in Poland, an important center of education, science, and research. Its activities are aimed at maintaining and strengthening the position of the University on regional, national, European, and international levels, improving competitive advantage and shaping its image of a modern institution, open and friendly to its employees, students, and the environment. Our University is fully authorized to provide academic training in the area of economic and management sciences. Wrocław University of Economics is a public higher education institution top ranked in national surveys. In the most popular ranking of higher education schools in Poland in 2015 prepared by Educational Foundation „Perspektywy” („Perspectives”), our University was placed on 4th place among economic universities and on 33rd place among Polish universities with various educational profiles, both public and private (the ranking included 187 Polish higher education schools). Our educational potential, scientific efficiency as well as teaching conditions were especially highly ranked. According to the ranking prepared by the opinion-forming weekly “Wprost” magazine, our University was placed on 12th place in 2015 among all of the higher education institutions in Poland. According to another weekly, “Polityka” magazine, in 2015 the Wrocław University of Economics was classified 2nd among economic universities, and 54th among assessed Polish higher education universities. Within a year our H-index increased from 24 to 28. According to Ranking Web of Business Schools, our University was placed on 19th place among economic schools in the world and on the 10th place among European schools. According to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education report of the year 2015/2016, our University was placed first among the most frequently chosen economic universities in Poland (maintaining the leading position since 2009). Each year, upwards of 8000 candidates seek admittance with our University, a number clearly beyond our present capacity. It may also be worth noting that 43% of our candidates come from outside the Lower Silesia region, clearly in favor of the view that our University is a nationally recognized brand of quality in education. In the 2016 edition of a ranking of best schools of general higher education in Poland (published by „Wiadomości Turystyczne” magazine), the faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism was ranked first in the Tourism section. Other rankings also confirm the well-established position of our University. In 2016, the „Home&Market” business and management magazine ranked the Wrocław University of Economics as 7th on the list of ‘The Most Effective Universities in Poland’, with a score of 94/100 points, ahead of all the institutions of higher education in Wrocław. The above ranking is based on the analyses of formal education of board members of 1000 largest Polish companies. The results clearly suggest that our graduates are well-prepared to face the challenges of the modern labor market („Home&Market” No. 7/8 2016 p. 70). The Wrocław University of Economics was ranked 5th in 2015 in a national GMC competition. The Global Management Challenge is the largest global test of strategic management capabilities, based on advanced numerical simulations of business environment. The Polish edition of the GMC competition is attended annually by hundreds of management teams (both business practitioners and students), competing against one another in the task of managing a virtual company in a test environment. Of the total 270 teams to qualify for the 15th edition of GMC Poland, 15 were representatives of the WUE student community. The University, through the strategy of internationalization as well as promotional activities and improvement of quality of education, is constantly present and visible in international environment. We are a partnering university to many European and global universities (including those from the USA, Russia, China, or Malaysia). We are a party to many strategic partnerships dependent upon the international cooperation of educational entities (i.e. Germany, France, Slovakia, Czech Republic, or Finland). Our University is also a school of choice for many foreign students visiting our country within the framework of the Erasmus+ program. In 2015, our University admitted a total of 294 visiting students, to partake in a selection of more than 120 study courses provided in foreign languages. We also hosted 19 academic tutors – representatives of partnering universities – providing our students with ca. 60 hours of academic training. Foreign students are also more and more inclined to partake in our offer of three Summer Schools, as the projects give them a chance to combine the study of economics and IT with practical knowledge of our city and our country. Graduates of the Wroclaw University of Economics are our best mark of achievement. The community is also active in providing feedback on market requirements and expectations. Our dedicated organizational units keep track of the professional development of our graduates, and present regular reports of their findings. The reports suggest that our graduates are well-prepared to meet the challenges of the modern labor market: • 76% have found employment within 3 months following their graduation • 75% are employed in their field of expertise • 84% report being satisfied with their professional assignments • 85% are employed in companies • 7% run their own businesses The Wrocław University of Economics leads a number of activities and initiatives as part of cooperation with the alumni which are a great asset to the University. To this end, the Wrocław University of Economics Alumni Office has been created. The Office’s aim is to develop and tighten relations with graduates and contribute to their integration within the community, which vividly gives proof that the members of the community significantly contribute to the development of the city, the region, and the country. National and international accreditations obtained by WUE All faculties of the Wroclaw University of Economics have been evaluated and obtained positive accreditation of Polish Accreditation Committee in the following years (Polish Accreditation Committee is an expert body evaluating the quality of education in Polish universities): 2010 – program accreditation for the Faculty of Engineering and Economics; 2010 – program accreditation for the Faculty of Economy, Management and Tourism in Jelenia Gora; 2013 – institutional accreditation for the Faculty of Management, Information Systems and Finance; 2014 – institutional accreditation for the Faculty of Economic Sciences. Currently we are in the process of obtaining accreditation for the Faculty of Engineering and Economics. One of the elements of the internationalization strategy is obtaining international accreditations covering the whole institution. Until now the international accreditations have been obtained for specific teaching programs. The University has obtained an ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) accreditation for Finance and Accounting bachelor program with the specialization of Accounting and Auditing, as well as for master studies in Finance and Accounting with the specialization of International Accounting. The ACCA accreditation has also been granted to the postgraduate studies in Finance and Accounting. Students of the accredited ACCA program, within the framework of standard course of studies, pass the accredited courses and exams in the ACCA standard, which entitles them to be exempt from a part of ACCA exams (Fundamentals level). Those students who finish the accredited ACCA program at the Faculty of Management, Information Systems and Finance within the scope of Bachelor Studies in Finance will be entitled to 6 exemptions from ACCA exams (F1-F3, F5, F7, F9), while the students of Master Studies in Finance will be entitled to 4 exemptions from the ACCA exams (F1-F3, F6). Those students who graduate with the specialization of Accounting and Auditing as part of first cycle studies on the Faculty of Management, Information Systems and Finance with the accredited subject Taxes in Accounting will be entitled to 5 exemptions from the ACCA exams (F1-F4, F6). Those who graduate with the specialization of International Management as part of second cycle studies will be entitled to 7 exemptions from the ACCA exams (F1-F5, F7-F8). In 2015 the programs Bachelor Studies in Finance and Master Studies in Finance obtained an EPAS accreditation, which makes us the only university in Poland that offers two programs with this prestigious accreditation. EPAS is an international accreditation system granted by EFMD European Foundation for Management Development. It confirms the high quality of our programs, guaranteeing all of our students an international recognition of their diplomas. The EPAS standards and criteria apply to all of the aspects of studies and guarantee the highest international curriculum models and teaching methods as well as the provision and control of its quality. The accreditation emphasizes our uniqueness, effectiveness off the practical preparation for practicing one’s profession as well as high level of cooperation with business and internationalization. Currently, only 97 the best programs out of thousands in the whole world has this sign of the highest quality. Our programs of Bachelor Studies in Finance and Master Studies in Finance are the only ones in Poland and one of the few programs in Europe in the English language based on cooperation with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). The Program gives our students a unique opportunity to obtain a CIMA certificate or diploma (Certificate in Business Accounting on bachelor level and Diploma in Management Accounting on master level) as part of their regular course of studies. In addition, the University offers our students a chance to qualify for the prestigious and advanced professional certificate of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a recognized international standard of quality for financial analysts and investment portfolio management specialists. In December 2009, the University signed a partnership agreement with the CFA Institute and became the first and only high school in Central Europe to offer participation in two CFA-related programs at the Faculty of Management, Information Technology and Finance: Bachelor Studies in Finance and Master Studies in Finance – as preparation for the formal certification exams. We also offer solutions for partial coverage of the CFA examination fees for our students.
WSB University in Gdansk cares about its students. The proper infrastructure positively influences the comfort of studying. We have prepared for you modern learning labs with high-class equipment and software and space for learning and relaxation. Moreover, the buildings are the disabled friendly. It is pure pleasure to study in such place. Friendly places The following facilities are at your service within the buildings: A courtroom: tailored for law faculties, a special… [+] courtroom was prepared for the practice of courtroom proceedings where relevant simulation classes take place. Photo lab – the University’s own lab is used by students of graphic design and multimedia to train their practical skills. The lab is equipped with professional lighting, cameras, changeable backgrounds for photography and a movie camera. Quiet and vocal workrooms: there are two rooms in the library which can be booked by students to provide them with space for work in groups over a project, for example, while simultaneously being able to use the library resources. Student zones – four rooms furnished with comfortable sofas, tables, coffee machines and a TV set. The rooms provide space to rest or to learn in breaks between classes. Green areas with benches, hammocks, wooden houses, places to learn, relax, eat, talk and socialize. Practicality is our priority WSB University in Gdansk is a school largely providing practical classes. This is one of our distinctive features. As the only ones in the region, we provide classes in a dual system which means that approximately 50% of subjects in a given speciality at part-time studies relates to classes executed at our business partner’s premises. Owing to that, our students acquire practical knowledge as well as skills that they will be able to use in their professional career, in the future. Classes are conducted by teachers-practitioners where theory is confronted with real-life cases. Students may also get answers to absorbing questions that concern practical aspects of the profession they study. WSB also assists in initiating a professional career. Every year, the Careers Office offers over 1000 professional practice, internship and work offer in companies with varied activity profiles. This is why the students may practically utilise the knowledge acquired during their studies and earn some additional income. International Relations Department International Relations Department at WSB University in Gdansk is very active not only in its daily acquisition of foreign students but also in helping them in the adaptation process at school. The Department organises language courses for foreigners, adaptation days, cultural workshops and assist in finding accommodation. Since there are various nationals working in the Department including Nepalese, Ukrainians and Poles, we are able to understand our foreign students and offer them services they need. STUDY FOR LESS AND APPLY FOR OUR UE CO-FINANCED STUDY! https://www.wsb.pl/english/co-financed-studies
The 2018 Access MBA Spring Tour will guide the most ambitious business professionals to their dream MBA degree and to new career heights. Discover what you can expect from the tour and prepare to make the most from meeting reputable international business schools. Global destinations of the Access MBA Spring Tour Between January and July, the Access MBA Spring Tour will make it possible for professionals from five continents and over 30 countries to meet with MBA admissions’ d… [+] irectors in person. Four of the cities will host the tour for the first time since the creation of the One-to-One event format in 2004. Business professionals in Berlin, Monterrey, Ho Chi Minh City, and Miami will soon have the chance to meet leading international business schools during One-to-One and small group meetings. Tailored to your preferences and potential for growth If an MBA degree is on your career development plan, make sure to join an Access MBA event and experience the most appreciated feature of the format –personal meetings with international business schools that best match your preferences, career goals, and potential for growth. For that reason, the professional background and individual requirements of each One-to-One participant are assessed by Access MBA’s experienced consultants before the event. The evaluation allows business professionals to meet the representatives of those programmes that correspond closely to what each attendee is looking for. Future MBA applicants also get personalised guidance regarding their choice of programme, as well as GMAT and scholarship information from admissions and test preparation experts. In addition, an innovative format was introduced to serve high-profile prospective Executive MBA (EMBA) applicants. In 2018, the Access EMBA Spring Tour will visit London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Dubai where experienced business executives will have the opportunity to meet admissions’ directors from some of the world’s top-ranked Executive MBA programmes. Read: 15 Tips to Secure Personal Meetings with Top Business Schools Diversity of reputable international business schools Access MBA and EMBA attendees gain all the important programme and application details directly from some of the world’s best business schools. It is worth noting that the majority of them have at least one accreditation from the three distinguished accrediting bodies – AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA. In addition, over one-third of all participating schools boast the prestigious “Triple Crown” accreditation from all three associations. Besides reputable accreditations, the tour features diverse MBA programme formats – full-time, part-time, distance, online, blended and modular, but you can also explore a wide range of study destinations. You can expect to meet admissions’ directors of MBA programmes in Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the UK, and the US, among others. What is more, you will be able to meet with some of the best performers from the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking including Saïd Business School and Cass Business School (UK), INSEAD and HEC Paris (France), ESADE (Spain), University of Chicago Booth School of Business (US) and many more. How to get invited to One-to-One MBA meetings Access MBA One-to-One events welcome professionals aspiring to MBA studies and managerial or entrepreneurial careers, who have a Bachelor’s or a Masters degree, over two years of full-time work experience, and are fluent in English for international communication and academic studies. Senior professionals with over six years of work experience who are committed to senior business growth should consider attending an Access EMBA event. Those who wish to secure individual MBA or EMBA meetings with business schools just need to complete a free online profile and registration form that the Access MBA orientation experts will carefully evaluate. Once experts gain a detailed understanding of your MBA project, motivation, and preferences, they will identify the most appropriate options and schedule meetings and workshops with selected business schools, admissions and test preparation consultants. Then, it is all up to you to make the most of this opportunity and jumpstart your career growth with the right MBA programme.
University of Wrocław The University of Wrocław has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century the university had five Faculties: philosophy, Catholic theology, evangelical theology, law and medicine. Later it was expanded by numerous sections, laboratories and a natural museum, which exists u… [+] ntil today. After the Second World War a group of Polish professors, formerly from Lvov, started teaching and research activities at the University of Wrocław. Initially they created the Faculties of law and administration, arts, natural sciences, agriculture, veterinary, medicine, mathematics, physics and chemistry. Some of these Faculties were soon transformed into other universities. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the University of Wrocław produced 9 Nobel Prize winners, such as Theodor Mommsen, Philipp Lenard, Eduard Buchner, Paul Ehrlich, Fritz Haber, Friedrich Bergius, Erwin Schrödinger, Otto Stern and Max Born. Today, the first and foremost focus of The University of Wrocław is scientific research. Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years. Like in most countries, in Poland the national quality assessment system is part of a national strategy for improving the quality of education. Every four years the Ministry of Education evaluates faculties of all Polish universities. Last year 9 out of 10 of our Faculties were qualified in the highest category and one was the second highest. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship is a new unit of the University of Wrocław designed to aid students in starting their own businesses by providing free entrepreneurial advice, organizing conferences, seminars, subsidizing selected investments and offering office space. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship cooperates with the Wrocław Technology Park, a technological centre with laboratories, office space, conference centre and modern multimedia equipment. The objective of the Technology Park is to create conditions for the use of scientific and industrial potential of Wrocław and the region and to stimulate the advanced technologies industry. The University of Wrocław is proud to be one of its shareholders. Today the University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 26,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year. Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences The Faculty of History and Pedagogy is organized into seven institutes and offers full-time and part-time courses in areas of study including history, psychology, pedagogy, archaeology, culture, and anthropology. The Faculty has over 250 Faculty members and around 6400 students and over 260 PhD students in the areas of history, psychology and pedagogy. Areas of study: Archaeology Ethnology History History of art Cultural Studies Pedagogy Psychology Musicology Research: Areas of expertise include: Archeological excavations in Poland, Israel, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Sudan, Czech Republic and Germany History of Poland and Central Eastern Europe Inventory of historical sites and monuments Modern culture and civilization Pedagogy and adult education Psychology Anthropology International links: Each institute cooperates with other universities from Europe, Asia and the USA. Students and staff may participate in international exchange programs. Facilities: classrooms with multimedia projectors, computer labs, disability access, audio-visual equipment
University of Wrocław The University of Wrocław has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century the university had five Faculties: philosophy, catholic theology, evangelical theology, law and medicine. Later it was expanded by numerous sections, laboratories and a natural museum, which exists u… [+] ntil today. After the Second World War a group of Polish professors, formerly from Lvov, started teaching and research activities at the University of Wrocław. Initially they created the Faculties of law and administration, arts, natural sciences, agriculture, veterinary, medicine, mathematics, physics and chemistry. Some of these Faculties were soon transformed into other universities. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the University of Wrocław produced 9 Nobel Prize winners, such as Theodor Mommsen, Philipp Lenard, Eduard Buchner, Paul Ehrlich, Fritz Haber, Friedrich Bergius, Erwin Schrödinger, Otto Stern and Max Born. Today, the first and foremost focus of The University of Wrocław is scientific research. Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years. Like in most countries, in Poland the national quality assessment system is part of a national strategy for improving the quality of education. Every four years the Ministry of Education evaluates faculties of all Polish universities. Last year 9 out of 10 of our Faculties were qualified in the highest category and one was the second highest. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship is a new unit of the University of Wrocław designed to aid students in starting their own businesses by providing free entrepreneurial advice, organizing conferences, seminars, subsidizing selected investments and offering office space. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship cooperates with the Wrocław Technology Park, a technological centre with laboratories, office space, conference centre and modern multimedia equipment. The objective of the Technology Park is to create conditions for the use of scientific and industrial potential of Wrocław and the region and to stimulate the advanced technologies industry. The University of Wrocław is proud to be one of its shareholders. Today the University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 26,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year. Faculty of Social Sciences The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the best in Poland, according to the Ministry of Higher Education. It is organized into five departments and runs undergraduate, graduate and doctoral courses which lead to PhD, MA and BA degrees. Around 6,000 students and 200 doctoral students are supervised by over 200 Faculty members. Areas of study: European Studies Philosophy Political Science International Relations Sociology Research: Areas of expertise include: History of philosophy German philosophy Modern philosophy Ethics and aesthetics Logics in philosophy Globalization and European integration processes Regional studies Political and media systems Democratic processes Ethnic and Social Minorities Political communication Sociology The Faculty members are part of many national and international associations, committees, expert teams, and editorial boards. They receive numerous research grants and organize and participate in many conferences and congresses. International links: The Faculty cooperates in many research projects and exchange programs with international institutions from Europe, Asia and the USA, for example: Interreg COST A 30 Jean Monnet Facilities: library, new campus with special facilities for European Studies