Poznan University College of Business offers an English language Bachelor of Arts in Business Management in response to the changing needs of employers and markets in the European Union (EU) and the world. Our international student body in the heart of Europe reflects trends toward a globalized intercultural business environment where English has become a language of choice. Our curriculum is focused on the skills and knowledge you need for success. We know that your time is important. You can complete the program of study in three years at a very reasonable cost.
Your dreams and ambitions are the source of our recognized excellence. In 2006, Poznan University College of Business and Foreign Languages was the only institution of higher learning in Poland to be awarded the European Institute of Quality Certificate and NIBS internatonal accreditation as a certified university college of business, www.nibsnet.org .Our university college was awarded an Erasmus University Charter for 2007-2013. Our mission is you. Your self development is the benchmark by which we evaluate our own performance. We are in the business of building business intellects for an ever increasingly interconnected and intercultural world.
One of our central goals is the development of further cooperation with European University Charter Schools and other universities and colleges outside of Europe through faculty and student exchanges. Agreements between our college, and both Adam Mickiewicz University and the Poznan University of Economics enables our students to continue their studies at these particular schools and get a master’s degree. Poland’s EU membership and our EU accreditation provides our graduates with opportunities to study at European or American graduate schools. Our college cooperaties with many well known universities by organizing international conferences, joint research and inviting visiting professors from The Rotterdam School of Management – Erasmus University in the Netherlands, Virginia International University, Fairfax Virginia, USA, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, Republic of South Africa. Our Erasmus program cooperating universities are: University of Debrecen – Debrecen – Hungary, The International Business Academy – Kolding – Denmark, Universitat Internacional De Catalunya – Barcelona – Spain, Universidad de Cordoba – Spain, Avans University of Applied Sciences- Breda-The Netherlands, Vysoka skola obchodni v Praze – Praga – Czech Republic, Ecole de Commerce Europeenne – Bordeaux / Lyon – France, Rusenski Universitet „Angel Kanchev” – Bulgaria, Universitat de Barcelona – Spain, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra – Slovakia, Bahcesehir University – Turkey. Our commitment to the synergy of ideas is underscored by our sponsoring of international conferences www.imconference.eu.
Poznan University College of Business is a private undergraduate institution founded on 3 October 2001. We were established in accordance with the provisions of Poland’s National Education Act, 29 June 1997. Having been fully accredited by the Polish Ministry of National Education and Sports, our university college has been entered into the National Registry of Private Higher Vocational Institutions. We meet all EU standards for awarding Bachelor of Arts degrees.
Poznan is known as the birthplace of Poland. Poznan Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Poland, was built on the 10th and 11th century tombs of the first Polish kings. Poznan, the fifth largest city in Poland, is located halfway between Berlin and Warsaw. With a population of over 600,000 inhabitants, Poznan has traditionally been and remains a vital centre for culture, banking and commerce. Today, the city’s vibrant and stable economy continues to attract both Polish and foreign investment. Poznan is a city with twenty-four institutions of higher learning and has a university student population of some 130,000. Poznan’s economic dynamism, healthy environment, and moderate climate all make it a great place to live and study.
Our school is an integral part of Poznan, and as such, we encourage all our students to be involved with the local community. Many of our international students have been fully integrated into our university college’s community service programs, such as, teaching foreign languages to disadvantaged children and violence prevention programs. As an example of community involvement, many of our faculty members and international students participated in the Poznan Festival of Science and Art, „Openings to the World,” 10-12 October 2007, giving presentations on a variety of topics.