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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 3.9k / Year
  • Foreign: $ 3.9k / Year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English

    The aim of the programme is to broaden students’ knowledge of international business environment and prepare them for careers in international companies, with special focus on Central and Eastern European markets.

    Intercultural diversity of students combined with the business climate of the top business school in Poland as well as its diversified contacts both with academic and economic institutions all over the world make these studies especially attractive. The courses are fully conducted in English and taught by renowned scholars from Poland and abroad.

    Office hours:

    9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Monday till Friday)


    As part of this course students may choose one of the following specializations:

    • Business in Central and Eastern Europe,
    • International Business Management.


    • Business Law
    • History of Economic Thought


    • Business Ethics
    • Financial Management
    • Institutional Economics
    • International Business
    • International Business Transactions
    • International Economics
    • International Financial Markets
    • International Logistics
    • International Marketing
    • Managerial Accounting
    • Managerial Economics
    • Operations Management
    • Single European Market
    • Strategic Management
    • Transnational Corporations


    • Business Environment in Central and Eastern Europe
    • Business Strategies for Central and Eastern Europe
    • Corporate Governance
    • International Financial Management
    • International Management
    • Investments Projects Evaluation
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Strategic Analysis of European Markets


    Second-degree studies in International Business provide students with deep knowledge of management in international business and complementary disciplines enabling them to undertake positions of specialists and managers at medium and higher ranks, as well as advisors and consultants in enterprises functioning on international market. The studies also prepare students to establish their own businesses on international markets as well as to further educate themselves at doctoral studies (PhD).


    Required documentsA printed, filled in and signed electronic application form including a photograph submitted in the electronic form.original or its official copy or a photocopy certified by a notary public of the secondary school-leaving examination certificate under the new examination system (new matura) or secondary school-leaving examination certificate under the old examination system [old matura], or IB (International Baccalaureate) diploma issued by the International Baccalaureate Organization having its seat in Geneva - International Baccalaureate Diploma, or EB (European Baccalaureate) diploma issued by the European Schools pursuant to the Luxembourg Convention defining the Statute of the European Schools of 21st June 1994 or a school-leaving examination certificate obtained abroad. Secondary school-leaving examination certificates obtained abroad should be legalized (meaning apostille or other form of legalization) or certified as equivalent to a Polish secondary school-leaving examination certificate in accordance with nostrification regulations;a higher education diploma at the Bachelor´s level or higher or its official copy or a photocopy certified by a notary public. A diploma obtained abroad should be legalized or endorsed with an apostille, or acknowledged as equivalent to a Polish diploma in accordance with nostrification regulations or international agreements. In case of submitting a foreign diploma according to Polish regulations it needs to be officially recognized in Poland by the process of nostrification unless bilateral agreements state differently. The candidate should apply to the Rector of the Warsaw School of Economics for exemption of his/her diploma from nostrification in order to undertake second-degree studies at the Warsaw School of Economics. For more information about exemption from nostrification please go here.A document confirming the command of English.A certified photocopy of an ID document.Two student card type photographs.A doctor´s certificate of no contraindications to study.Receipt of payment of a non-returnable admission fee to the bank account of the Warsaw School of Economics.The documents mentioned above shall be submitted to the secretariat of the enrolment commission in files, personally, through a proxy or registered mail with delivery confirmation, provided that they reach the WSE by the end of the last day for submitting documents specified in the enrolment schedule. For the full unified text of the enrolment requirements please check Rules of Enrolment at the Warsaw School of Economics (WSE) in the academic year 2010/2011 which is the Appendix to Resolution no. 133 of the Senate of the WSE of 27th May 2009 including Resolution No. 251 of the SGH Senat of 16 December 2009 on the amendments of Rules of Enrolment at the Warsaw School of Economics which is the only legally binding text.
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