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(in Polish) Zarządzanie międzynarodowe - podwójny dyplom, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia (WZKS-0212-1SO)

(in Polish: Zarządzanie międzynarodowe - podwójny dyplom, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia)
first-cycle
full-time, 4 years
Language: German, Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na zarządzaniu międzynarodowym

Access to further studies:

second-cycle programmes, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

First level (BA) management studies prepare students for working as specialists in their fields, and in the future also as managers and leaders in a variety of organisations, as well as for running their own companies. Moreover, these courses constitute the basis for second and third level studies. Our curricula and lecturers guarantee obtaining comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge. They ensure acquaintance with and understanding of problems concerning management, economics, law and IT that are indispensable for graduates. Furthermore the general education will provide students with deeper understanding of contemporary economy as well as functioning within the EU and in the conditions imposed by globalisation.

Access requirements

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

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Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Ordinance issued on 12 July 2007 by the Minister of Science and Higher Education on Standards of Education for Particular Fields and Levels of Education; on the Mode of Their Creation; and on the Conditions Which an Institution of Higher Education Must Meet to Conduct Programmes of Study Involving Several Fields or Extended Fields: Dz. U. No. 164, Item 1166 with later amendments.

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