|Study location||Poland, Bydgoszcz,|
|Tuition fee||€2,500 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The study program offers a plethora of opportunities for practical implementation of the obtained knowledge. In the course of your study, you will address and analyze genuine management issues, resolve real executive projects, and discuss actual case studies.
You will take part in study visits organized for students in various renowned organizations.
You will be able to obtain additional business certificates, such as ECDL (including ECDL Project Planning); IPMA Student; internal auditor for the health and safety requirements; TransEdu or ELSE.Edu management systems.
You will complete classes using dedicated software (such as GRETL, Sage HR and payroll services, decision/manager games).The classes on opening and managing your own business that will prepare you for being an independent entrepreneur.
You will have a chance to become a member of Manager Student Research Club.
You will be able to participate in international student exchange programs (Erasmus).
The Faculty of Management has been awarded by the State Accreditation Committee in several categories, including cooperation with the social, economic or cultural environment in the education process.
The study program includes Major subjects carried out by all students, as well as all Specialization subjects, tailored individually to the field that you will choose.
Business and Presentation Graphics
Career Management and Communication in Business
Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights Protection
Marketing and Public Relations
Organization and Management Methods
Communication Skills in Business
cooperating with Polish branches of international corporations;
working for business offices of companies operating internationally;
working for foreign contact cells, such as foreign trade department international consulting;
cooperating with centres for international outsourcing services;
collaborating with agencies and public offices dealing with the services of foreign entities;
working with international organizations and institutions;
running your own transnational business.