The WSB Universities are based in 10 major cities across Poland. Most of these cities have airports situated within their precincts or in their closest vicinity. In addition, Gdańsk and Szczecin offer convenient ferry connections to Sweden and Kaliningrad (Russia).
The capital city of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province and the eighth biggest city of Poland. Its picturesque location between two rivers, the Brda and the Vistula, and the Bydgoski Canal has earned it the name of Polish Amsterdam. The captivating Młyńska Isle has become students’ favorite meeting place.
Situated in the south of Poland, at the heart of Upper Silesia region. The city boasts one of Europe’s largest urban parks, Park Śląski, where you can relax, do sports, and study outdoors. The adjacent city of Katowice is known for its unique Spodek arena hosting music concerts, sports events, and international conferences.
Seated on the shores of the Baltic Sea, Gdańsk is a major academic, cultural and commercial center. With the cities of Gdynia and Sopot, it forms the metropolitan area of Tri-City whose population approximates 800,000. It is a place where there is always lots to do – full of museums, art galleries, and theaters. And, as soon as classes are over, you can just walk to the beach!
Opole is situated in the south of Poland, bordering the Czech Republic and Germany. It is a strong cultural center hosting Poland’s oldest and biggest song festival and, at the same time, an attractive site for business development. Opole is notable for its rich choice of leisure options, including parks and nature reserves, alongside concerts, shows, and exhibitions.
Poznań is among Poland’s largest centers of business and culture. It hosts the country’s most historical exhibition area – the International Poznań Trade Fair – and the world-famous Malta theater festival. At the same time, Poznań remains a green city with a myriad of parks providing a friendly environment for relaxation and social activities.
Szczecin is a major port situated in the spectacular Oder river estuary. With multiple islands, marshlands, canals, parks and squares scattered throughout its downtown area, Szczecin appears to be a huge floating garden. Its boulevards are an excellent choice for a walk down the river, while its Old Town is a perfect venue for meetings with friends.
The birthplace and home town of Nicolaus Copernicus, originator of the heliocentric theory. Founded in the 13th century, Toruń is among Poland’s oldest cities, and remains a lively and exciting place to be with its many music, theater and film events.
Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. The city is a significant center of research and development, business process outsourcing, information technology outsourcing, as well as of the Polish media industry. Warsaw has a rich calendar of musical, cultural and sports events. Warsaw is a city full of attractions. You will find the atmospheric Old Town, magnificent royal palaces, museums that tell the history of Warsaw and Poland, and the bustling boulevards on the Vistula.
The capital of Lower Silesia, visited by 4-5 million tourists each year, has just beaten Paris, Lisbon and Amsterdam to become the European Best Destination 2018. A cosmopolitan city with a unique atmosphere making it a perfect choice for organizers of international events.