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Study Abroad at the Warsaw School of EconomicsOverview
Council Study Center
Community of European Management Schools
Center for the Study of Foreign Languages
International Co-operation Office
OverviewFounded in 1906, the Warsaw School of Economics is the leading business school in Poland. Its student enrollment is over 13,000 and the faculty numbers 800 instructors, giving a student/faculty ratio of 16. Its library houses 900,000 volumes and is the largest library in the field of economics in Poland. The School offers full-time and part-time undergraduate instruction, as well as doctoral and graduate studies. It graduates over a 1000 students annually. Physically the School's 10 buildings are located in a central area of Warsaw
The School was granted the right to award higher degrees (Masters and Ph.D.'s) in 1926 and acquired its current name in 1933. It continued its operations during the WWII German occupation as a clandestine underground organization. In 1949, the communist regime changed its name to the Central School of Planing and Statistics. In 1991, following the demise of the regime, the School reverted to its earlier name.
The basic language of instruction at the School for first degree students is Polish. This limits study abroad opportunities for students who are not fluent Polish speakers to the offerings of the Council Study Center and such business courses as may be available at the Warsaw School of Economics through the Community of European Management Schools.
Community of European Management SchoolsBusiness courses in English are also available at the Warsaw School of Economics through the Community of European Management School (CEMS) for students at the advanced level of business studies. These courses are taught primarily at the graduate level but are open to advanced undergraduates. Courses available through CEMS may include: International Logistics, European Strategies and International Business, European Union Economic Policies, International Corporate Finance, Organizational Behavior and Organizational Design, International Marketing, International Financial Management, Business Environment in Poland, and International Finance. @@
Center for the Study of Foreign LanguagesThe Center provides instruction in six foreign languages including English for the School's first degree students who are required to choose two of six. Each languages is studied for a minimum of six semesters. The instruction encompasses the vocabulary of economics and the market. It ensures that all graduates of the school are fluent in two foreign languages. @
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