Many people believe that going to business school is the best practical choice for any college student, in fact, some parents consider business school degree programmes as the holy grail of all degrees in which their children must participate in. Today, EDUopinions has listed for you the 5 best business schools in Poland.
the 5 best business schools in Poland
SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Rated among the top 90 business schools in Europe, Warsaw School of Economics also known as Szkola Glowna Handlowa (SGH) is the oldest business school in Poland with a history reaching as far back as 1906. SGH was awarded the position of first place in the ranking of the best economics universities in Poland by the local newspaper, “Rzeczpospolita” and first in the ranking of the best MBA programmes in Poland by the Perspektywy Educational Foundation in 2018.
Offering MBA, doctorate, postgraduate, graduate, and undergraduate degree programmes, the Warsaw School of Economics offers 177 different fields of study with new undergraduate level English courses like Global Business, postgraduate courses like Big Data (Advanced Analytics), and Hotel Industry and Leisure Services.
With over 300 students from other countries, SGH is a university that cooperates with more than 200 different universities worldwide.
Kozminski University International Business School
Kozminski University is an internationally recognised institution. It has received the triple crown of 3 international accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, as well as several Polish accreditations. It has also achieved global and national recognition in business school rankings e.g. in the Financial Times. It’s worth to mention the top-ranked programmes of Master in Management (42nd place in the world) and Master in Finance & Accounting (17th place in the world).
Kozminski University cooperates with over 200 institutions worldwide, from which their graduate and undergraduate students can choose as their foreign exchange destinations.
Poznan University of Economics and Business
Poznan University of Economics and Business – UEP also called Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu is a state university founded as the college of commerce in 1926.
PUEB has been ranked among the top business schools in Poland by Rzeczpospolita, retaining the third position after Warsaw School of Economics and the Kozminski University. In the past, it also won first place in Eduniversal’s international ranking under the “Excellent Business School” category.
While it conducts 14 courses, the main departments at Poznan University of Economics are Economics, Informatics and Electronic Economy, International Economics, and Commodity and Management, all with the help of 518 researchers as qualified as the writers who write research papers at Superior Papers.
Wroclaw University of Economics
The Wroclaw University of Economics was first founded as a private business school in 1947 until it was nationalized in 1950.
It offers many courses under diverse faculties such as:
- Economic Sciences
- Economics, Management and Tourism
- Engineering and Economics
- Computer Science and Finance
The Wroclaw University of Economics also has distinguished employees with numerous research activities. These talented employees are engaged in many scientific, academic and economic activities and have written many publications and articles in both national and international journals.
Lazarski University is a private university with 30 years of work experience on the international market, one of the first universities in Poland to start accepting foreign students. It is a leader in the private universities ranking of Poland, taking the 3rd place for 5 years. Lazarski University has about 5,000 students. More than 80% of students that study in English come from 50 different countries, which gives students the opportunity to get acquainted with cultures and traditions of the whole world. The diploma of Lazarski University is recognized all over the world and gives graduates numerous opportunities for a well-paid job.
Business schools can be very relevant especially for people going into the corporate business world because it provides you with the understanding of business management practices to make important business decisions based on cost and benefit analysis as well as advanced risk assessments. You should check any of the above-mentioned schools in order to gain the best business school experience in Poland and Europe. Interested in studying in Poland without IELTS? Check out this article.
Editor’s note: This article was first published on the 14th of December 2018. We’ve updated it for current readers.