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1 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics

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3 HISTORY Established in 1906 as Higher Courses in Commerce 1915 – Name changed to Higher School of Commerce 1933 – Name changed to Central School of Commerce Until 1939 – Remained a private economic university possessing full academic rights During World War II continued its activity as an underground economic university – part of the higher education system of the Polish Underground State Between 1945 – 1949 the Central School of Commerce (SGH) resumed its activity as a private institution 1949 – The School was nationalised and renamed the Central School of Planning and Statistics (SGPiS)

4 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics HISTORY 1991 – The School regained its traditional name: Central School of Commerce (literal translation: Szkoła Główna Handlowa) and assumed the official English name – Warsaw School of Economics – to emphasize its university character SGH initiated also a restructuring of the School and its curriculum.Three university-wide units were created, each headed by a dean. These are: BASIC STUDY PROGRAMME DIPLOMA STUDY PROGRAMME EXTRAMURAL STUDY PROGRAMME

5 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics In 1991 SGH was restructured into five Collegia: COLLEGIUM OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGIUM OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS COLLEGIUM OF MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE COLLEGIUM OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC COLLEGIUM OF WORLD ECONOMY They are responsible for: research and publications, development of academic staff and curriculum development.

6 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics SGH COLLEGIA In a sense, these are the equivalent of a Western faculty or school, though they lack some of the managing powers over programmes, student and academic administration, which are traditionally associated with faculties in a Western setting. The Collegia are made up of Departments and Institutes.

7 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics WARSAW SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS IN BRIEF Almost 13,000 full-time and extramural students Postgraduate students ~ 2,500 and doctoral students ~ faculty members, including over 200 full professors The largest economic library in Poland with over 960,000 volumes and a CD-ROM library Students are assisted through a comprehensive tutoring system Selected courses taught in English, French and German A leader in adjusting economic studies in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe to the newly found political and economic freedoms

8 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMAS Warsaw School of Economics awards two kinds of diplomas for full-time and extramural students: The LICENCJAT Diploma (an equivalent of the B.Sc. Diploma) The MAGISTER Diploma (an equivalent of the M.Sc. Diploma) The Ph.D. Diploma The HABILITACJA Diploma (the Advanced Ph.D. Diploma) The programmes offered to full-time and extramural students fulfil the same academic standards, although different didactic methods and organisational forms are applied.

9 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics EDUCATION SYSTEM Core curriculum, an obligatory basic offer for all students (3 semesters) Individualization of the education after the 3 rd semester Students are encouraged to pursue their academic interests by creating a specialization, which encompasses the most appropriate courses The tutorial system is designed to assist with this process Until 1990 students had limited choice of a curriculum. Now, they are free to choose professors and disciplines in a manner that maximizes their intellectual development

10 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics THE STUDY PATH The individual choice made by the student enables them to create his/her own path of study. The curriculum allows students to obtain more than one diploma, provided that they can meet the requirements of each field. Moreover the students may study in a foreign language, both at the Warsaw School of Economics and within exchange programmes.

11 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics THE STUDY PATH To complete the study path each student has to pass: Basic Study Programme 3 semesters1200 contact hours (80 credit points) Diploma Study Programme 3 semesters LICENCJAT (B.Sc.)1110 – 1200 contact hours (74 – 80 credit points) 7 semesters MAGISTER (M.Sc.)2085 – 2175 contact hours (139 – 145 credit points) 1 credit = 15 hours of classes

12 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES After the 3 rd semester students study according to their individual programmes agreed with the tutor. Students are, however, obliged to pursue some common obligatory disciplines (level two) Level two disciplines: Macroeconomics or Microeconomics Finance History of Economic Thought International Economic Relations I Introduction to Organisational Design and Management Economic Policy I Social Policy Two foreign languages

13 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES To graduate the students must meet the curriculum requirements of their specialization (level three). To obtain a diploma it is necessary to successfully complete all obligatory disciplines and collect the necessary number of credits.

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15 FIELDS OF STUDY (SPECIALISATIONS) The current fields of study cover: ECONOMICS FINANCE AND BANKING INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RELATIONS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING I MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING II QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS PUBLIC EONOMY

16 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: ECONOMICS (level three) Algebra I Mathematical Analysis I Computer Science for Economics I Macroeconomics II Microeconomics II Statistical Methods Business Law Probability Calculus

17 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: FINANCE AND BANKING (level three) Financial Analysis Banking International Finance Public Finance Monetary Policy Banking and Insurance Law Financial Accounting Financial Management

18 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS (level three) International Finance European Integration International Economic Relations II International Political Relations International Economic Transactions Comparison of Economic Systems International Law (Public and Private) Poland – UE Relations Strategic Management

19 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RELATIONS (level three) International Security The History of International Relations European Integration International Economic Relations II International Cultural Relations International Political Relations Comparison of Political Systems Diplomatic and Consular Law International Law (Public and Private) Theory of International Relations

20 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING I (level three) Marketing Market Functioning Theory Consumption in Market Economy Trade Law Corporate Finance Theory Quality Management Logistical Management Corporate Management Strategic Management Human Resources Management

21 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING II (level three) Marketing Theory of Competition Theory of Enterprise Managerial Accounting Corporate Financial Law Corporate Finance Management Logistical Management Production and Operations Management Strategic Management Human Resources Management

22 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (level three) Algebra I Mathematical Analysis I Information Management Systems Computer Science for Economics I Statistical Methods Probability Calculus

23 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics DIPLOMA STUDIES Obligatory disciplines for specialization in: PUBLIC ECONOMY (level three) Public Administration Economics of Environmental Protection Local Finance Public Finance Business Projects Analysis Economic Law Enterprise in Public Sector Theory and Policy of Employment Insurance Management in Public Sector

24 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics Ph.D. AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES The Warsaw School of Economics is authorized to grant PhD (habilitation) degrees in economics and managerial sciences. SGH offers over 50 postgraduate programmes. They are organized to meet the needs of executives and economists. Their aim is to enrich the practical skills and strengthen the theoretical knowledge of businesspeople and economists.

25 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics Ph.D. AND HABILITATION DEGREES GRANTED BY WARSAW SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS Habilitation Ph.D – – – – – – – – – – 45

26 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics PUBLICATIONS Number of publications by SGH faculty (books, textbooks, articles) 1996 – – – – – 2090

27 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics INTERNATIONAL COOPERATON SGH maintains extensive foreign contacts with over 100 universities. As a result the students have the opportunity to undertake studies in foreign languages and to obtain knowledge in specializations that are not well developed in Poland. These contacts serve to expose students and faculty to the rapidly changing global economy.

28 Szkoła Główna Handlowa Warsaw School of Economics MAIN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES\PROJECTS CEMS Master Programme Warsaw Executive MBA (with University of Minnesota) Canadian Executive MBA (with UQAM) Polish-German Academic Forum Polish-French European Studies Programme Polish-French Executive Master Programme (with HEC Paris) Polish-Japanese Management Education Centre Educational Project for the East European Projects (Tempus, CEEPUS, Euro-Faculty, Socrates, Jean Monnet)

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30 Web sites Warsaw School of Economics International Co-operation Office akson.sgh.waw.pl/dwz/

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