Why a Business College?
In a fast changing world of ever new challenges, it is a good idea to invest in your future not to be left behind.
A business school will teach you to understand processes governing individual companies and the economy at large. It will also develop your ability to interpret business and social phenomena which is one of the fundamental professional skills of every man of success.
What makes a business school different:
- business-oriented program offer (Management, Finance and Accounting, Economics, Logistics, Administration) including practical programs with high market potential (Tourism and Leisure, International Relations, Political Science)
- offer designed to ensure professional development at all career stages in line with the lifelong learning philosophy - this means expanding the offer of Bachelor, Master, post-graduate and Master of Business Administration (MBA) studies
- practical nature of the studies - teaching at a business school is based on a skilful and dynamic combination of theory and practice - this is why we invite representatives of the business community to help us design curricula, use innovative technologies in our teaching process and apply practical methods of taking exams and earning credit
- support and presence of the business community - entrepreneurs teach classes, deliver guest lectures and participate in career expos
- skills-oriented classes and teaching methods focusing on planning professional careers, interpersonal communication, identification and analysis of data, project coordination as well as critical and creative thinking
- extensive offer of additional activities supporting students and graduates in their attempts to enter the labor market and operate in it: job placement; career counseling; offers of internship and training in domestic and foreign companies; specialist training
- practical and professional attitude to student services inspired by business solutions especially when it comes to the development of IT tools
- recognizing the students and their needs as a point of departure when designing the offer, curricula and student services - this means being open to opinions expressed by students about the school and monitoring the career of our graduates.