Are you still wondering where to study? We invite you to SGH, the best economic university in Poland. Join our Open Day on October 14th (Saturday).
You will have an opportunity to meet SGH representatives and students, visit beautiful campus, and feel the unique ambience of our university.
Application process is open. We welcome candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes conducted in Polish and English on the rules applicable to foreigners
International Centre informs about opening the call for applications to Master Double Diploma Programmes with: University of Economics, Prague, Toulouse Business School, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht, European University Viadrina, Nova School of Business and Economics, ZHAW School of Management and Law and Universita degli Studi di Firenze. Deadline for applications is September 19,2017
Application process is open. We welcome candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes conducted in Polish and English
5/8/2017Category: information rankings
We are proud to inform that 3 Master Double Degree Programmes offered by SGH Warsaw School of Economics in cooperation with its partners have been included into the Eduniversal Best Masters and MBAs Ranking 2017
Summer University Warsaw (SUW) at SGH Warsaw School of Economics in a nutshell: 2 weeks of academic courses combining theoretical and practical knowledge. Workshops and team projects on real-life cases with academic teachers and business professionals. 4 ECTS (for one course) or 8 ECTS (for finishing two courses). Opportunity to explore Warsaw, visit Cracow and Wieliczka Salt Mine.
SGH Warsaw School of Economics has officially received accreditation from The Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the leading authorities on postgraduate business education. The Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement in postgraduate business education and is earned only by the best post graduate management programmes. AMBA accredits the Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses in less than the top 5% of the world’s business schools.
by the Collegium of World Economy of the Warsaw School of Economics