The Wroclaw University of Economics (WUE) is ranked among the top economic schools of higher education in Poland, an important centre of education, science, and research. Its activities are aimed at maintaining and strengthening the position of the University on regional, national, European, and international levels, improving competitive advantage, and shaping its image of a modern institution, open and friendly to its employees, students, and the environment. The University is fully equipped to provide academic training in the area of economic and management sciences.
  • 3 Masters
  • 17000 Students
  • Public Institution Type

About

Wroclaw University of Economics is a long-established centre of research in logics and mathematics and is a center of research on economic sciences, social sciences, and management, as well as technical, biological, chemical, and agricultural sciences. Qualified personnel of the Wroclaw University of Economics have always been our greatest asset. The most prominent of our colleagues have been awarded honorary titles by local and foreign institutions of higher learning. University has more than 780 academic teachers employed (including more than 140 professors) and more than 75,000 graduates.

The qualityof educationat our Universityisevidenced by the factthat we arethe only university of economics andone of eightuniversities in the country, whichall departmentsreceive the firstscientific category in theopinion of the Ministryof Scienceand Higher Education of Poland. InJuly 2012ConsejoSuperior delnvestigacionesCientfficas- one ofthe world's largestresearchinstitutionspublished aranking ofthe quality of teaching, learningandpracticingself-presentation. It covers20,745universities fromall continents. Our Universitywasrecognizedthe best university ofeconomics in ourcountry, while remaining classified within thefirst twelveper cent of all universities.

Wroclaw University of Economics has a strong tradition of cooperation with the business environment. We strive to create a community deeply involved in regional affairs, inspired by the ideas of civil society and European integration, and at the same time competent, resourceful, creative, and well-prepared to face the challenges of the competitive market economy. To prepare a forum for discussion and exchange of views between academic and business circles, we organize scientific conferences (over 40 per year), actively participated in by students and representatives of the local business community. Contacts with business circles cover a wide range of interests and involve, among others, postgraduate training courses, expert opinions, and consulting and advisory services.

The WUE maintains also a number of bilateral agreements with local enterprises to support training courses and utilize practical resources and business information for the purpose of master research.

The university set up a special unit to co-operate with business: Partners Club and the Office of Science and Economic Cooperation. Partners Club (established in 2009) brings together Polish and international companies and renowned institutions that support the university in achieving its mission of teaching and research. University is a member of EUA (European University Association), member of CFA Institute; member of EIASM (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management); member of Chartered Institute of Management Accountants European Foundation for Quality Management.

Our students and academics are provided with a modern, well-equipped base of didactic, research, and recreational facilities in 31 educational and administration buildings (in Wroclaw and Jelenia Góra), with a total of 40 lecture halls and 100 spacious and modern auditorium and workshop rooms. Overall capacity of our educational base reaches nearly 8 thousand seats.

Research and education of the Wroclaw University of Economics is supplemented by dedicated organizational units, such as the Main Library, the Department of Foreign Languages, the Department of Physical Education and Sports, the Computer Centre and the University Publishing House.

Research

Our students and academics are provided with a modern, well-equipped base of didactic, research, and recreational facilities in 31 educational and administration buildings (in Wroclaw and Jelenia Góra), with a total of 40 lecture halls and 100 spacious and modern auditorium and workshop rooms. Overall capacity of our educational base reaches nearly 8 thousand seats.

Research and education of the Wroclaw University of Economics is supplemented by dedicated organizational units, such as the Main Library, the Department of Foreign Languages, the Department of Physical Education and Sports, the Computer Centre and the University Publishing House.

Master's Programmes

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Wroclaw University of Economics!

Services

  • Facilities for Disabled Students: Most of the buildings are adjusted for needs of disabled persons. Classes for groups including disabled students are organised in the most convenient locations. Within the frame of the Physical Education Centre there operates the Centre of Sport and Rehabilitation for Disabled People.
  • The Main Library: The Main Library of the Wroclaw University of Economics offers employees, students and all interested persons full access to the library collections, electronic resources and wireless Internet as well as complex scientific and business information. In the Open Access Area, registered readers can browse collections on the spot or borrow them by selfservice lending machines or in the Lending Room. Books may be returned 24/7 by means of a book drop located outside the main entrance to the Library.
  • Computer Centre and Facilities: At the campus, there operates the Universitys Computer Centre. Faculty teaching premises are equipped with modern computer bases available in computer rooms. A modern operating system technology cloud and according to the concept of zero client. Properly selected and implemented software tools to help studentsuse their knowledge in practice. The university, in practice, education and research to benefit from the global computer software company SAP, with substantial financial support from the HP Global Business Services in. Throughout the main campus, a network of wireless Internet, the connection to the global network of universities EduRoam. This network is available free of charge to students, university staff and its guests.
  • Publishing House: The University Publishing House was set up in 1955. Activities of the unit are supervised by the Publishing Committee of the Universitys Senate, elected to shape publishing policy of the school. The main task of the publishing house is to provide handbooks and printed material for students and to publish and disseminate intellectual efforts of our academic community. Subjects represented in the publishing policy correspond to the disciplines of interest of the University chairs and institutes.
  • Department of Physical Education and Sports: The department offers regular courses of physical education as well as supplementary sports training, recreation, and rehabilitation for students and employees of the University. Our activities are organized with support from the University Club of the Academic Sports Association. At present, we offer courses and training on 20 sports disciplines, such as: aerobics, badminton, basketball, volleyball, handball, football, swimming, athletics, table tennis, unihockey, rock climbing, ballroom dance, tennis, biking (tourist), triathlon, horse riding, track and field, skiing, snowboard, and skating.
  • Canteen and Cafeteria: The main student canteen is placed in building D and offers hot meals for lunches (approximately 12 PLN), snacks, hot and cold drinks. Other Cafeterias are situated in building Z (Zetka Cafe), in building P (Bazylia).

Student Life

General Living costs in Wroclaw
Wroclaw is a city of young people so you will always find something to do and you will find many ways to meet new friends! Wroclaw is also a city full of parks and open spaces, it is the greenest city in Poland and over 35 % of the city area are green spaces. We have around 1000 restaurants, pubs, bars, clubs, 14 theaters, 16 museums, Aquapark, Africarium, Zoo, Multimedia Fountain, 2 skate parks, 2 gold courses, 10 cinemas and 13 malls, lots of fitness clubs, gyms there is something for everyone!
Safety

In general Wroclaw is far safer than the most Western cities and visitors are unlikely to face any problems if they simply employ common sense. Petty crime does exist, and travelers should be on guard against pickpockets: if youre in a bar keep your wallet near. Also do not leave your purse anywhere without any care. Avoid taking a night walks alone.

The Wroclaw University of Economics Dormitory prices

  • Przegubowiec I - PLN 500/month/person
  • Przegubowiec II - PLN 370/month/person
  • Slezak double room - PLN 400/month/person
  • Slezak triple room - PLN 380/month/person
Insurance
Medical insurance is obligatory for all foreign students. To be eligible for public medical services during your stay in Poland, please bring your European Health Insurance Card (non UE students an insurance from your home country).

Non - European Union Students

You must enquire in your country what type of insurance will be the best during your stay in Poland. The most comfortable option will be this kind of insurance which will allow you to get a refund for medical treatment.

Please make sure to settle the insurance matters, it is very important and it will prevent you from additional costs.

If you dont have an insurance you will have to pay for a medical appointment approximately 70 PLN.

  • EU citizens
Passport or Identity Card
There are no longer any frontier controls at the borders between 22 EU countries. This is thanks to the Schengen rules which are part of EU law. These rules removed all internal border controls but put in place effective controls at the external borders of the EU and introduce a common visa policy. All EU countries are full Schengen members except for Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom. Iceland, Norway and Switzerland are also Schengen members but are not in the EU
You will therefore need to present a valid passport or ID card when travelling to the five non-Schengen countries and when entering or leaving the EU at the external borders.

Carry them when travelling in the EU because they may be required for identification or security purposes. Be aware that the only valid ID is the one obtained from national authorities.

  • non-EU citizens
Passport
You will need a valid passport

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