Kozminski University, Warsaw
Established in 1993, Kozminski is Poland’s highest rated private university and is ranked 43rd in Europe’s business schools, according to the Financial Times. Kozminski University is located in Warsaw’s highly fashionable Praga district, with its pop-up shops, famous restaurants, bars, artistic studios and cutting edge events and atmosphere. In many ways, Praga is to Warsaw what Shoreditch is to London.
Kozminski’s academic excellence and world-renowned reputation in the field of business is further solidified by the fact that it holds the triple crown of accreditations – EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB-placing it in the top one per cent of business schools all across the globe. Its Executive MBA programme comes in the global top 100, and it has an outstanding reputation for the quality of its teaching – which is reflected in strikingly positive student feedback. In addition, it has more than 200 partner universities, which means that students can elect to spend a term, or longer, abroad and take double degrees.
Can I study in English at Kozminski University?
Yes, the university offers study programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral degree level in English. Contact Elab for up to date information on the courses which are being run in English in the year you are applying.
Management, Finance and Accounting and Management in Virtual Environments are typical of the courses you could join. Research tends to be focussed on economics-related topics, and you could also do an MBA, a BSc in Management and AI, and Financial Management, or a Master’s in Business and Management, Social Sciences, Law or Computer Science and IT.
What is the application process?
- Check admissions requirements with Elab
- Register online at www.kozminski.edu.pl
- Pay the admission fee
- Send in your application, and the required documents, either by email or by post. These should be with the university before September, and the process is open from February onwards. Classes begin early in October. You will normally get a response within 24/48 hours
- You will need to submit your secondary school examination results, a copy of your passport, one signed passport photograph, a receipt for the admission fee payment, and an English language proficiency certificate (IELTS 6+). If you need a visa for Poland, the university will supply you with the necessary paperwork once it has received the tuition fee for the first year. You should therefore start the whole process in the spring, so you have time to apply, to pay the fee and to secure the visa on the basis of the university confirming that you have a place and the letter of invitation they will give you for the immigration authorities
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Are there many international students at Kozminski University?
As a leading European university, Kozminski attracts large numbers of applicants from all over the world, with 52 per cent of the 8500 student body being international students.
Where will I live?
The university Student Support and Service Centre will help you to find accommodation close to the campus.
Is the campus well-resourced?
Kozminski University covers three and a half hectares and boasts modern facilities spread across four main buildings. Students will attend lectures in one of the six large auditoria, or in the more intimate surroundings of workshops which hold up to 50 people.
Laboratories, server rooms, cafes and even a post office can be found on campus, and the library facilities are second to none. Given the relatively young age of the university, it has been designed to meet the needs of today’s students and provides a bustling, happy learning environment as well as excellent teaching .
I am interested in attending Kozminski University. What shall I do now?
Get in touch and we will guide you through the courses available to English-speakers, provide you with information on current fees and the scholarships you could apply for – and introduce you to student life in Poland!