Holograms extending the validity of student ID cards can be collected at the dean's office.

Defense of bachelor's and master's theses

Information on the dates of individual students' defense papers will be posted in the Virtual Dean's Office.

In view of the fourth wave of the pandemic, the following guidelines are being implemented

In accordance with the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of October 28, 2021, item 1967 in lecture halls and lecture halls there is no obligation to wear masks. However, their use is recommended. At the same time, covering the mouth and nose with a mask is obligatory outside of the time of classes at the university.

Information for students

Due to numerous inquiries from students regarding the introduction of remote classes, we would like to inform you once again that, based on the guidelines received from MEiN, classes from the beginning of the 2021/2022 Academic Year are held only in the full-time mode. Universities that conducted classes in a remote or hybrid form from October, did not comply with the applicable regulations. In the last letter sent to Rectors of Universities, MEiN demands explanations in this matter from these institutions. Please find below the links to MEIN's position on remote and hybrid classes. The content of the link should be pasted into the web browser.,114883,27901165,polskie-uczelnie-w lead-teaching-remote-Przemysłlaw-czarnek.html,35771,27893617, XNUMX, minister-czarnek-scolded-wroclawska-universities-for-introduction.html? DisableRedirects = true



The Warsaw School of Management - The University is the 6th oldest private university in Poland. WSZ-SW is not a private university, it is a private university, founded by the Scientific Society of Organization and Management established in 1925, the world's first professional organization for managers. We educate at 22st degree (bachelor's), XNUMXnd degree (master's) studies, in the "Economics" department in the field of "Management" with a practical profile in XNUMX specialties, including: enterprise management, commercial networks, clusters, management of innovation, projects, quality, management in administration, logistics and personnel, financial and banking management, accounting, marketing, sports manager, as well as in the field of security management.

According to the most opinion-forming in Poland Ranking of Universities "Perspektywy", Warsaw School of Management - University systematically takes 1st place in the most prestigious category "Economic fate of graduates".

The Warsaw School of Management - the University of Warsaw offers one of the lowest tuition fees in Warsaw: PLN 1740 per semester for extramural bachelor studies, PLN 1899 for full-time studies (tuition unchanged throughout the entire study period), increased amount of English (two hours of business English on each educational day for full-time studies), and from the second year of practice in reputable companies, free studies for people whose income per family member does not exceed PLN 1051 net per month.

President of WSZ-SW
Rector of WSZ-SW
Dean of WSZ-SW

prof. teach dr inż. Waldemar Gajda

Waldemar GAJDA graduated from the Faculty of Transport and Communications at the University of Szczecin with a master's degree, and doctoral studies at the Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the same University. PhD in economics, since 2019 he has been a university professor.

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prof. teach Dr. Sławomir Woźniak

Sławomir Woźniak started his professional career at the Faculty of Economics of the Higher School of Engineering as a research and teaching assistant. He conducted economics classes and research / commissioned by the Ministry of Market and Trade / in the field of economics of enterprises with foreign capital. He defended his doctoral thesis in economics in 1989.

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prof. teach dr Barbara Lubas


Dean of the Faculty of Management at the Warsaw School of Management - University.

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