Undergraduate and graduate studies


At WSZiB, you can study Management degree program or Administration degree program. Both with practical approach as undergraduate and graduate degree studies (bachelor's and master's).


Lectures in large classes give broad and strong foundation for project-based classes held in small groups, which comprise 50% of each degree program and are conducted by instructors with business expertise and by practitioners of law and administration. 
Classes held in groups of about 20 people focus on learning-by-doing and due to interactions with instructors and fellow students allow greater creativity and problem solving, including dealing with current challenges in students' professional careers.


Undergraduate (BA) studies - last 3 years (6 semesters) and end with the defense of a traditional degree thesis or a practical degree business or social project.
They allow you to obtain licencjat (bachelor's) degree certificate, and give you access to further studies at graduate (master's) and postgraduate level.

 

Graduate (master's) studies - last 2 years (4 semesters) and end with the defense of a traditional degree thesis or a practical degree business or social project. They allow you to obtain magister (master's) degree certificate.

You can enroll in graduate (master's) studies after any undergraduate (bachelor's) studies, or graduate (master's) studies - not necessarily in a related field. 

Admission does not recquire specifying program differences necessary for transition from non-related field of studies. This increases the professional chances of students on the labor market and opens up new intellectual horizons. 
Additional support for students who have completed non-related fields of study is an 8-hour block of compensatory classes at the beginning of the first semester.

 

Having already completed your studies, at least undergraduate, you can enroll in 2-semester postgraduate studies giving you an insight into complex business practice.

 

Choose your major course:

 

   
MANAGEMENT   ADMINISTRATION   PSYCHOLOGY