Tomorrow’s manager is a person successfully functioning in a complex international environment. The necessity is to combine knowledge of advanced technologies with building interpersonal relations with partners from other cultures. In order to meet the expectations, we have designed unique studies, fully in English, at the renowned university. We offer both undergraduate (Bachelor’s degree) and graduate program (Master’s degree).
Each year we notice a rising interest in our studies by candidates from abroad. Currently, we host students from Germany, Japan, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, and Azerbaijan.
Bachelor’s programme in International Business
You will become an expert in international business and improve your position in the job market. The graduate will be equipped with skills helping to appreciate economic, political and cultural dimensions of global business. Excellent knowledge of international issues thanks to the participation in prestigious studies will open many doors in the business world. The graduate will be prepared to play an active role in multinational corporations, export companies, strategic consultancy and financial institutions.
During the 3 years of study, you will participate in various projects and improve your skills by formulating business strategies and solving economic problems. Participating in the program will increase your chances for a career in multinational corporations and international organizations.
Duration: 6 semesters (3 years)
The language of instruction: English
Prerequisites: eligibility to study at university level, language skills
Price: person who study on a fee-paying basis: EUR 2500/academic year
Price: person who study on the basis applicable to Polish nationals: PLN 1000
Dr. Sebastian Bobowski
phone: +48 71 36 80 976
office hours: by appointment
International candidates may also contact
phone: +48 71 368 0982
office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-15:00
About the School
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.