- the most dynamically developing university with traditions,
- over 20 years of experience, the university founded in 1997,
- excellent team of scientists and practitioners,
- international university, students study from over 30 countries,
- internships in the best companies in the country and abroad,
- friendly atmosphere of studying.
Choose a faculty that suits you and your character.
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Poznań is a place where the energy of the New Europe is merged with the civilization of the West. A metropolis with over half-a-million residents, Poznań is situated in the most economically developed region of Poland, closer to Berlin than to Warsaw. Poznanians can be counted on – they are well-educated, competent and welcoming.
The city is focused on achieving success, grounded on a 1000-year tradition of competence. The most ambitious of projects and the bravest of visions have a chance to succeed here. The state of Poland was born in Poznań and it was also the location of the Greater Poland Uprising, the only successful armed bid for independence in Poland and a proof of the exceptional resourcefulness of its citizens.
The people of this metropolis also stand out in terms of their spirit of enterprise, renowned for generations. During the great economic crisis at the beginning of the 20th century, Poznań managed to establish itself as one of the biggest trading areas in this part of Europe. Today, the Poznań International Trade Fair Centre successfully hosts large international events including the 2008 United Nations IPCC climate conference and a 2010 meeting of the delegations of 46 ministers of culture from Europe and Asia, under the auspices of the Asia-Europe Meeting.
The University of Commerce and Services (WSHIU) in Poznań is the only non-public institute of higher learning in Poland established by the Organization of Economic Self-Government. Its founder was the Wielkopolska Association of Trade and Services in Poznań – a social organization of people from Greater Poland who deal with (directly or as shareholders in business entities) economic activities in the field of trade and services. This organization dates back to 1904. In the interwar period, it contributed to the establishment in 1926 of the Poznań School of Economics, later transformed into the Higher School of Economics, now called the University of Economics in Poznan. At the beginning of the 1920s it was also one of the co-organizers of the Poznań Fair which gave birth to the Poznań International Fair.
A family atmosphere reigns in our University, former and current students always have our own for us. We are proud of our teachers with many years of experience. Our programs are affordable and will allow you not only to gain knowledge, but also to practice in the countries of the European Union.
In May 2005, the Higher School of Trade and Services received the University Erasmus Charter, thanks to which it established cooperation with foreign universities as part of the Erasmus Program and the Scholarship and Training Fund. WSHiU students have the opportunity to study at a partner university of their choice and to pursue an apprenticeship at a chosen, authorized institution.
Tourism and recreation
Tourism Management focuses on the business side of tourism. You will cover general management subjects and specialist tourism courses, which makes you attractive to employers in different sectors. You get a good dose of theory that you put into practice during projects and an internship. You follow the course near one of the tourist capital of the world: Amsterdam. Here you’ll benefit from partnerships with international organisations and the guidance of an enthusiastic team of teachers with experience in the field.
Defined by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), international tourism
comprises the activities of individuals travelling to and staying at places outside their usual
permanent places of residence for a period not exceeding 12 months for leisure, business
and other purposes. Based on this broad definition, the tourism industry includes all socioeconomic activities that are directly and-or indirectly related to the provision of goods and
services to tourists. The UNWTO identifies 185 supply-side activities that have significant
connections to the tourism sector (UNWTO, 2003). These activities include the services of
various sectors, such as transportation and communication, hotels and lodging, food and
beverages, cultural and entertainment services, banking and finance, and promotion and
publicity services. Defined by this impressive network of socio-economic activities and the
infrastructure needed to support it, tourism is one of the largest sectors in the world as well
as an important category of international trade.
How you will learn:
- Theory – The first part of your degree mainly consists of fundamental management and tourism subjects. Besides attending timetabled teaching, you will also spend time studying independently and undertaking research.
- Projects – Theory is immediately linked to practice. You will tackle assignments, such as setting up your own travel event or destination marketing campaign, in multicultural project groups.
- Practice – Immerse yourself in the industry through (international) excursions and company visits.
- Research – From the first to the fourth year, you are working on your research skills. You carry out research during every project, including the internship and your graduation project.
This specialisation will develop your ability to understand and manage a company’s international operations. You’ll build a foundation of research and theory, and then gain the real-world experience you need to prepare for a truly global career.
▪ Curriculum that offers both a solid theoretical basis and practical experience, combining hands-on assignments and case studies.
▪ Our comprehensive and varied instructional approach, including student-led discussions and close relationships with faculty members who are experts in the field
▪ An optional internship or the opportunity to study abroad at one of our partner universities.
The Bachelor’s program in International Business provides you with a solid educational foundation in the four core pillars of international business: management and organization, marketing, finance, and accounting.
You will also develop business skills in the areas of (intercultural) communication, systematic research, teamwork, planning, reporting and presenting.
Successful careers in business start with a strong foundation, and this is exactly what our program in International Business will provide.
In addition, you will take a number of socially oriented courses, such as Economics, Comparative & Cross-Cultural Management, Philosophy, and Business Law.
A final important component of the program is the academic aspect: you will learn the principles of good research, and will be trained to make convincing presentations and reports.
Through lectures and teamwork, you will gain communication skills as well as planning, writing, and presentation skills. Thinking about starting your own company? The university provides courses to enhance your entrepreneurial skills. You will gain valuable experience including insights of diverse cultures and international business practices.
What you will learn:
- Business Economics
- Consumers and Markets
- Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice
- Fundamentals of Financial and Management Accounting
- Managing Operations in the Digital Enterprise
The economy can not be considered in isolation from political life, which is why the University of Commerce and Services has hosted many world-famous politicians, including Lech Wałęsa , Bronisław Komorowski, Donald Tusk and many others. Such presentations helps in both personal and educational development .
- Legalized certificate or diploma from your country’s Ministry of foreign affairs
- Legalized high school reports from country’s Ministry of foreign affairs for those applying for Bachelor ‘s program
- Legalized academic transcripts from country’s Ministry of foreign affairs for those applying for Master’s program
- Recommendation letter from your previous high school/University which shows the applicant’s English level
- Motivational letter
- Photocopy of a foreign passport
- Filled Application form
The documents are submitted online via firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2200 Euro of tuition fees /Year for the Bachelor program
- 2500 Euro of tuition fees/Year for the Master’s program
- 200 Euro of registration fees non refundable
For the first year of the program, the tuition and registration fees are paid in full.
- A student is refunded once he/she presents his/her VISA Refusal
- The registration fees is non-refundable
- The refund is given between the beginning and end of the Semester.
Frequently Asked Questions
To begin with, you need to decide on the direction that suits you best and fill out an application so that we could contact you.
In such a difficult situation of an epidemiological nature with COVID-19, Most of our classes, which are possible without practical presence, are carried out remotely to ensure maximum safety of both students and teachers.
The main benefits provided by legitimation, which are widespread throughout Poland, are:
50% discount on public urban transport.
51% discount on train tickets, intercity buses (up to 26 years old).
However, any business entity can provide its discounts on student loans. More often it is:
libraries (can use ELS as a pass);
Also, many employers in Poland want to see intern students at their enterprises, since until the age of 26 he is exempt from paying taxes, which allows students to earn quite good salaries by today’s standards.
Studying at our university contributes to the optimal distribution of time so that students can combine their free time at their own discretion. Classes are held 3 days a week, which gives such opportunities.
- We offer you the possibility of internships abroad in countries such as
France, Spain or Greece and many others.
- The university provides courses and international internships to enhance your entrepreneurial skills.
You can travel within the territory of the Schengen states for up to three months in
for 6 months, for tourist purposes.
You can work in Poland without
work permits in certain months.
You can run a business
activity in Poland exclusively in
form: limited company,
limited joint stock company,
limited liability companies,
joint stock company.
During your studies, you can apply for a residence card, which can serve for further obtaining a permanent residence permit in Poland or another EU country.
The university provide the polish language course for international students for basic communication
Each of our students has the opportunity to receive scholarship assistance, which will significantly save your budget. The scholarship is awarded by the Rector for academic achievement and cultural development of the university.
Students from more than 30 countries of the world study at the university, each of which can be said to represent their own country, students make their own folk customs, holidays and traditions, which allows them not to feel constrained far from home. In our social networks, you can familiarize yourself with ongoing events and see photos from the past.
1. Translation is possible if there are places in the chosen specialty. If there are no seats, then this is already an exceptional case, which we do not consider in general practice.
2. To make a decision on the possibility of transfer, the university you have chosen must receive your documents from the previous university with a list of the specialties passed.
You can find out the details of your specific case by sending a request or by contacting the following contacts.
Submit documents through a freelance recruiter to begin with, make sure that he really is a confidant of the university, ask for a document stating that he is such.
Most of the world’s largest corporations are present on the Polish market, which provides excellent prospects for talented students, and after receiving a diploma, your chances of getting a highly qualified job in Europe increase to 90-100%