"China and the Future of Globalization: The Political Economy of China’s Rise" by Prof. Grzegorz W. Kołodko included in the "Summer Books of 2020: Economics" recommended by Financial Times's Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator Martin Wolf!
Even in times of a global pandemic international partnerships are blooming. We are glad to announce that KU together with the Gustavson School of Business at University of Victoria are launching a new online program!
Kozminski University has been classified as the #1 business school in Poland. This is the first time that we are the sole leader of the ranking. The Warsaw School of Economics was classified on the second place.
Our law student, Kamil Rogucki, is organizing a bicycle trip "Iceland 2020: Cycling Circle for Veterans". The aim of the trip is to travel through Iceland and raise funds to support injured soldiers who have returned from missions abroad.
Kozminski University uses the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) based on the workload required by each student to achieve the objectives of a program. ECTS assigns
points to specific courses, proportionally to the workload required to pass a course. The ECTS system recognizes all teaching formats, including lectures, workshops, conversatorium, seminars, exams etc. The Kozminski curricula covers a wide spectrum of course content and allocated time for each program in terms of workload in order to align its program curriculum ECTS and other international standards. ECTS system is also used for coordinating
Kozminski University provides ECTS grades for its students and takes into account the ECTS grades awarded by other institutions. Using ECTS grading scale improves transparency of a variety of grading systems and helps in terms of grading conversion.