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University of Warsaw

Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28 St.
00-927 Warsaw, Poland
phone: +48 (22) 55 24 002; 24 043; 24 048; 24 075
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MA International Business Program




2 years (4 semesters)



ECTS points



The International Business Program is a 2 year second-cycle study programme with specialisation in international management. This programme started in 2000 and is run in English. The courses are provided by the staff of the Faculty of Management as well as staff from many foreign universities with which the Faculty cooperates. The vast cooperation between the Faculty of Management and more than 60 European universities within the Erasmus Programme and many universities in the USA, allows students to study at foreign universities.

The main aim of the programme is to provide theoretical knowledge of problems of international management in Poland in the context of global trends.

Foreign students who are at the University within the framework of an exchange scheme, may also participate in this course.

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EU/EFTA citizens 11,000 PLN Non-EU/EFTA citizens 4,000 EUR


From 2018-06-05 to 2018-07-19





Faculty of Management

education requirements

The International Business Program is addressed to candidates holding first-cycle degree e.g. licencjat or B.A., engineering degrees or any other equivalent degrees.
Admission of candidates is based on:
• an average of grades obtained during studies
• a final first-cycle studies grade
• the results of an interview in English - conducted by the Faculty of Management. Candidates are not obliged to take the exam in English language if the level of their competence in English is certified by the following: AC, TOEFL, LCCI at advanced level, GMAT, exam at the University of Warsaw passed at C level, High school diploma/Bachelor diploma/Master diploma confirming graduation from High School/University with English language as language of instruction.
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