Poland

Business Schools ranking in Poland

Eastern Europe

The Education System in Poland

Post-secondary non-tertiar schools (szkola policealna), due to the type of qualifications they offer, are included in the Polish classifications as part of secondary education.
Post-secondary schools offer programmes lasting from 1 up to 2.5 years which are a follow-up to supper-secondary education. This type of school prepares general upper-secondary school leavers for employment in the following groups od occupations: middle-level technical staff, middle-level technical staff in biological sciences and health protection, office staff, personal services and security workers, and workers in other areas of specialization.
Education in public post-secondary schools is free of charge. In the case of non-public schools, the bodies managing the school define the level of tuitions fees. 

There are 2323 post-secondary schools. 

Tertiary education currently includes the following degree programmes provided by both public and non-public university-type and non-university higher education institutions, including :
- first-cycle (Bachelor's degree) programmes,
- second-cycle (Master's degree programmes),
- long-cycle (Master's degree programmes),
- third-cycle or doctoral programmes,
- college programmes classified as tertiary education for international comparisons, but not recognised as such in the national legislation (teacher training colleges are currently being phased out). 

Higher education programmes may be offered as full-time or part-time programmes. 

Poland's long history of promoting the arts has led to the establishment of a number of higher educational institutes dedicated to the teaching of the arts. Amongst these are the seven higher state academies of music. All of these institutions are further supplemented by a large number of private educational institutions and the four national military academies (two for the army and one for each of the other branches of service), bringing the total number of organisations for the pursuit of higher education to well over 500, one of the largest numbers in Europe.

Latest OECD education ranking places Poland 5th in Europe and 11th in the world.

 

Eduniversal in Poland: 12 schools

Schools with 5 Palmes 1
Schools with 4 Palmes 3
Schools with 3 Palmes 5
Schools with 2 Palmes 2
Schools with 1 Palme 0

Useful Sites for Studying in Poland
Poland Tourism: http://www.poland.travel/en-us
Study in Poland: http://www.studyinpoland.pl/

Scholarships for Studying in Poland
Study in Poland: http://www.collegescholarships.org/scholarships/country/poland.htm

Post-secondary non-tertiary schools (szkoła policealna), due to the type of qualifications they offer, are included in the Polish classification as part of secondary education. Post-secondary schools offer programmes lasting from 1 up to 2.5 years which are a follow-up to upper-secondary education.This type of school prepares general upper-secondary
school leavers for employment in the following groups of occupations: middle-level
technical staff, middle-level technical staff in biological sciences and health
protection, office staff, personal services and security workers, and workers in other
areas of specialization. Education in public post-secondary schools is free of charge.
In the case of non-public schools the bodies managing the school define the level of
tuition fees. The are 2323 post-secondary schools.
Tertiary education currently includes the following types of programmes:
` degree programmes provided by both public and non-public university-type and
non-university higher education institutions, including:
` first-cycle (Bachelor’s degree) programmes;
` second-cycle (Master’s degree) programmes;
` long-cycle (Master’s degree) programmes;
` third-cycle or doctoral programmes
` college programmes classified as tertiary education for international comparisons,
but not recognised as such in the national legislation (teacher training colleges
are currently being phased out).
Higher education programmes may be offered as full-time or part-time programmes.
In the academic year 2013/2014, there were 439 HEIs in Poland (including 133 public
and 306 non-public ones), attended by 1 550 thousand higher education students. The
number of students in public HEIs amounted to 1 151.5 thousand and in non-public
ones to 398.5 thousand.

5 Palmes Of Excellence - UNIVERSAL business school with strong global influence

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University of Warsaw - Faculty of Management

1 307‰

4 Palmes Of Excellence - TOP business school with significant international influence

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Kozminski University International Business School

1 257‰

SGH - Warsaw School of Economics

2 251‰

Poznan University of Economics and Business

3 156‰

3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence

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Nicolaus Copernicus University The Faculty Of Economics Sciences And Management

1 89‰

Gdansk University of Technology Faculty of Management and Economics

2 84‰

WUT BS - Warsaw University of Technology Business School

2 84‰

Gdansk Foundation for Management Development

4 78‰

National Louis University Nowy Sacz Graduate Business School

5 45‰

2 Palmes Of Excellence - GOOD business school with strong regional influence

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Wroclav University of Economics

1 67‰

Vistula UniversityFaculty of Business and International Relations

2 56‰