Kozminski University focuses and encourages students personal development specifically in business and legal area; therefore, we invite students from all around the world to take part in our International Summer School in Warsaw. The program aims to provide academic professional courses and additionally business and cultural activities. During time spent at our university and in the city will give a unique chance to all the participant to attend classes in one of the best business schools in Europe and discover beauty of Warsaw.
Gain an amazing international experience and participate in highest quality courses in the heart of this part of Europe!
- Participate in the international program with students coming from all around the world.
- Attend intensive courses, fully recognized upon completion, related to your professional interests.
- Get additional credits.
- Participate in courses held in various forms, such as practical classes, labs, lectures etc.
- Professional academics and specialized practitioners in each subject field.
- Travel easily around Poland and the rest of central-eastern Europ.
BUSINESS COURSES 1. Artificial Intelligence in Business (4 ECTS) (possibility of online classes) 2. Corporate Strategy (4 ECTS) 3. Economic Intelligence in Times of Climate Change (4 ECTS) 4. Introduction to Data Science with R and Python (4 ECTS) 5. New Technologies in Finance (Blockchain. Bitcoin. Fintech) (4 ECTS) (possibility of online classes) 6. Organizational Communication in the Age of AI (4 ECTS) 7. Strategic Digital Marketing (4 ECTS) (possibility of online classes) 8. Sustainability Transition in Business (4 ECTS)
LEGAL COURSES 1. EU Insurance Law (6 ECTS) 2. Multiculturalism, Multilingualism and Comparative Law (6 ECTS) 3. New Challenges for IP Law (6 ECTS)
Classes take place from Monday till Friday. Weekends are free, for students to attend cultural activities and explore city on their own.
Aleksandra Przegalińska, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the MINDS (Management in Networked and Digital Societies) department at KU. She received a doctoral degree in the field of the philosophy of artificial intelligence at the University of Warsaw. She is a graduate of The New School for Social Research in New York, where she participated in research on identity in virtual reality, with special emphasis on Second Life. She received a scholarship from the Fulbright Foundation. She also worked during the Polish Presidency of the EU Council as chairwoman of the Audiovisual Working Party on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. In 2016 she has started a fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Veljko Jeremić graduated from the University of Belgrade and pursued a PhD in the field of Computational Statistics at the same University. Since 2009, he has been employed at the Department of Operations Research and Statistics, University of Belgrade (promoted to Associate Professor position in December 2017).
His main tasks include research and teaching activities in the field of Applied Statistics and Data Science. He’s teaching a wide range of undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc and PhD) courses at the University of Belgrade. He is engaged in MSc dual diploma International Business and Management with Middlesex University, as the module leader of Applied Statistics for Business and Management.
In semestrial student surveys, he was awarded as Top 5 Professor five times; six times awarded as the Module Leader of Top 5 ranked courses. He supervised more than 60 BSc and 30 MSc thesis; engaged as the advisor/co-advisor of three PhD students. Served as the committee member for ten PhD thesis.
He took part in Erasmus Mobility programs and taught a wide range of topics at the University Vilnius, Roma Tre University, University Federico II, Université Catholique de Lille and Kozminski University.
He published 50 Web of Science indexed papers with being cited 520 times in the Web of Science. Member of International Statistical Institute, International Association for Official Statistics and International Society for Informetrics & Scientometrics.
Holding a PhD form University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, prof. Karpa's research interest embrace innovation markets, innovation policy, as well as climate change economics. As a lecturer, he values the real economy set-up in class and strives for an ever engaging student learning experience.
Antonio is currently a PhD candidate at Kozmiński University wher he prepares the PhD thesis on climate finance. He has been professionally engaged in managing the energy sector in Poland, where he was actively participating in realization of complex business and technical endeavours on a daily basis. In addition to that, he has also been engaged in the development of the Polish innovation ecosystem on behalf of one of the major institutional player that created the very first pre-seed/seed financing and VC financing funds. Thus, his active business experience as well as solid academic background makes him prefectly suited for the applied part of the course.
APPLICATION AVAILABLE UNTIL THE 1ST OF JUNE
Dates of the program: 5 - 23 of July 2021
Apply online at https://rekrutacja.kozminski.edu.pl/rekrutacjaNA/Default.aspx - choose the International Summer School program
the scan of your ID/passport
the Certificate of English ( B2 or FCE, TOEFL, IELTS) unless English is your native language or it is the language of instruction at your home University
1 passport size picture in JPG file
Go to https://rekrutacja.kozminski.edu.pl/rekrutacjaNA/Default.aspx and choose the International Summer School program.
Complete your personal data and add all the required documents.
Submit your application until 1st of June
Wait until your application is reviewed – then you will be contacted by the program’s coordinator who will provide you with all the further details.
Pay for the participation in the program (700 EUR for students from KU’s partner universities; 900 EUR for students from non-partner universities).
Choose courses, get to know their schedules, contents etc.
HOW TO GET TO THE UNIVERSITY FROM THE CHOPIN AIRPORT?
- The journey should take you approximately 30-45 min. ”. to the city center and 1h-1h 15 min. to Kozminski University.
- The best way to get from the Chopin Airport to the University is to take the bus 175 in front of the Airport Exit gates, and get off at the “CENTRUM” stop. When you get off from the bus, you will need to go underground to access the tram stop. Follow signs with trams of direction to Żoliborz.
- Take tram 18 to ŻERAŃ FSO, get off at the stop “PIMOT”, the university will be on your left side- a blue building.
Mandatory transfer’s title: International Summer School + name and surname of the participant
Bank Millennium SA
PL 22 1160 2202 0000 0000 3260 4533
900 EUR (1- 4 courses) for students from non-partner Universities excluding accommodation;
700 EUR (1- 4 courses) for students from KU partner Universities excluding accommodation.
Deadline for payment: 15th of June