Kozminski University has become an academic partner of GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals), which is currently the leading professional association for risk managers, dedicated to the advancement of the risk profession.
Why do universities need accreditations? Why do they work so hard to meet their requirements? We invite you to read an interview with Timothy S. Mescon, Senior Vice President of AACSB, an American institution which accredits business universities.
KU together with the leading logistics organization CSCMP are organizing the 14th edition of the European Scientific Seminar on Logistics and Supply Chain, which will take place on May 16-17, 2019 at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
prof. Witold Bielecki
Rector of Kozminski University Graduate of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw, holder of PhD degree in organization and management science. Chair of Quantitative Methods and Information Technology Department. Combining scientific career with business activity for many years now. Member of supervisory boards of companies like: EnergoPlasma S. A., Bank BGŻ, PZU, ZBM Investor S.A., PTR Development S.A.
Author of 3 books, over 80 articles featured in both domestic and foreign scientific journals, co-author of two business simulation computer games (MANAGER and ADMINIST) and of a multimedia package designed for entrepreneur training. As part of MBA Executive studies, he teaches systems for supporting management decisions.
The programme has been granted three accreditations awarded to business schools - EQUIS, AMBA i AACSB.
They form the so-called triple crown, and all of the best business schools aspire to obtain all three of them. Among about 11,000 such schools in the world, there are only 58 that have been awarded all three accreditations. Such distinction is a certain obligation, which requires us to develop in a continuous manner. This gives employers hiring graduates of a university awarded the said accreditations a certainty that their new employees have the right knowledge and skills to pursue and accomplish the tasks and duties they are entrusted with.
The goal of the offered studies is to provide programme participants with contemporary knowledge covering the broadly understood area of management, which forms the basis for the development of practical management skills: analysis and development of method to solve in-company problems, ability to formulate development strategies, to make decisions efficiently, to negotiate effectively, to communicate and cooperate with others. The programme introduces its participants to general economic, cultural, social, and political conditions related to regional and global economies where managers and their organizations operate.
Graduates of the programme receive a diploma that is recognized and valued in the environment of executives and entrepreneurs as it is a proof of high managerial competence, supporting the holder’s further professional development.
The studies finish with a written final project covering a solution to a specific management problem. The diploma project is developed in groups of 3-4, and is to be defended before an examination board. An additional condition to finish the studies is to pass all courses taught during four semesters of the programme.