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Познанський державний економічний університет

Al. Niepodległości 10
building A, room 120A
61-875 Poznań, Poland
phone: +48 61 854 39 05
e-mail: bsa@ue.poznan.pl    internet: www.ue.poznan.pl

Master in Product and Process Management




2 years



ECTS points



The Master’s degree course of study provides its graduates professional skills and specialist knowledge about modern product and process management, its economic and technological aspects, in international and local business.
The PPM second circle studies encompass courses with experienced academic staff, market practitioners and foreign lecturers. The 4-semester course includes additionally PPM Summer School indented to integrate the course participants and to acquaint foreign students with Polish culture, entrepreneurship and activity on Polish labour market.


Tuition fee - 10000 PLN per academic year/ 5000 PLN per semester


Contact the unit


Al. Niepodległości 10,
building A, room 120A,
61-875 Poznań, Poland
phone: +48 61 854 39 05




Poznan University of Business and Economics

education requirements

The required documents for Master programs:
• first degree termination diploma legalized or adjusted apostille;Br> • verified extract from student's registration book, including list of examination and credits or supplement for diploma;
• Certificate of English language skills;
• Entrance Medical Record (a doctor’s certificate of no contraindications to study, in English or Polish);
• Proof of medical support (a copy of health insurance policy or European Health Insurance Card EHIC or declaration of entering the National Health Fund immediately after commencing education in Poland);
• copy of passport (page with photograph and passport number).

other requirements

The students applying for admission to the English-language, second-cycle studies in the field of Product & Process Management should document the graduation of first-cycle studies (or uniform Master’s degree studies) with an economic profile, management sciences or product quality assurance, or related sciences. The diploma supplement should indicate the completion of classes in the field of:
1. Product Management (including Production Planning and Product Launch)
2. Product Quality Development
3. Product Marketing
4. Data Analysis
5. Economics (Micro- and Macroeconomics)
6. Corporate Social Responsibility
7. Quality and Safety Management
8. Production Management and Engineering (including chemical, process engineering, and related engineering sciences)