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Foreigners: final admissions result is calculated based on interview conducted in English. Its aim is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, including their English proficiency.
Polish citizens: final admissions result is calculated based on the grade average computed into points on a scale from 0 to 100 based on the grading scale.
Second-cycle programme in management with a speciality in Business and Finance Management aims to develop competences necessary for a career in the management system, as middle and top level managers, analysts, advisers, and consultants in commercial or public organisations, as well as for operating their own business. Completion of this programme will prove especially beneficial to persons interested in pursuing career in organisations with foreign investment due to English being the language of instruction and the training received in navigating global socio-economic space. The programme has been prepared for graduates from first- and second-cycle programmes in the fields of management, economy, finance, economy and engineering, law and administration, psychology, sociology, and others.
Graduates are equipped with advanced, specialised theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of management and its related areas, particularly about problems of enterprises and public sector institutions, and the importance of their correct operation. Graduates can perform a critical analysis, interpretation, and assessment of management processes on various levels, assess the impact of environment on those processes, and prepare and make managerial, strategic decisions. They can organise teamwork and be team leaders, as well as efficiently communicate, negotiate, and persuade, thanks to their fluency in English. Graduates are well-prepared for pursuing career in specialist and managerial positions in the management system, as middle and top level managers, analysts, advisers, and consultants in commercial or public organisations, as well as for operating their own business. They are particularly well equipped for gaining employment in organisations with foreign investment.