Studies type:

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Study mode:

online, full-time, part-time

Study duration:

3 years (6 semesters)

Location:

Warszawa

Language of studies:

Polish, English

University:

AFiB Vistula

  • DESCRIPTION OF THE STUDIES
    Economics is an extremely broad term. It is an interdisciplinary field that requires a variety of skills. This is why our Economics bachelor’s programme has been designed to enable every student to develop dynamically, and gain a solid knowledge base, necessary to achieve professional success.

    A large number of sub-majors means that Economics is perfect for everyone who has a knack for maths and science, as well as for those leaning towards the arts. If logical thinking is your forte, when it comes to making binding decisions, and if you are interested in the world of finance and economy, this programme is also for you!

    The Economics (Bachelor’s programme) is also available as a distance learning programme. If you choose the distance option, you will be able to complete 60% of the courses over the Internet, from anywhere on the globe. Find out more about distance learning here.

  • ABOUT PROGRAMME
    Economics at Vistula University has been designed with our students’ futures in mind, so this is why the courses are taught by practising professionals, and the sub-majors are tailored to market needs.

    INTERNSHIP
    Vistula University emphasises practicality, and our Economics programme is no exception. The programme is a perfect opportunity, not only to gain theoretical knowledge, but also to obtain valuable experience by doing internships over the course of six semesters. The internships are not obligatory, but they are of great value to students, who want to take their first steps on their professional journey. They are offered by our University’s business partners, who engage students in their projects.

    EXPERTISE
    Studying at Vistula University will provide you with the knowledge necessary, to quickly become an expert on the economy.

    • List of obligatory classes
      • Introduction to economics
      • Introduction to finances
      • Introduction to management
      • Introduction to law
      • Microeconomics 1-2
      • Descriptive statistics
      • Mathematics 1
      • Mathematics 2 (financial)
      • Introduction to accounting
      • Macro-economics 1-2
      • Mathematical statistics
      • Enterprise
      • Socio-economic analysis
      • Introduction to econometrics
      • Accounting 1
      • Global economy 1-2
      • Corporate finances
      • Econometrics
      • Information technologies
      • History of economics
      • Intercultural communication
      • Social psychology
      • Foreign language 1-2
      • BA seminar
      • Physical education
  • The Economics programme (Bachelor’s level) offers three sub-majors: international business I, corporate economics I and international economic relations.

    SUB-MAJOR: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS I
    You will learn how to effectively operate your own business abroad. You will gain knowledge about how companies function in the international environment – their trading, marketing, and investment activities. Furthermore, , you will learn how to conduct foreign market research, effectively negotiate and conclude agreements, as well as conducting transactions in intercultural environments.

    • List of classes in the international business I sub-major:
      • Introduction to International Business
      • Introduction to contemporary international settlements
      • Introduction to the organisation and techniques of international trade
      • Transport and forwarding in international trade
      • Competitiveness of the state and company
      • International Business Strategies

    SUB-MAJOR: CORPORATE ECONOMICS I
    If you choose this major, you will learn everything you will ever need to operate your own business. You will learn the legal, financial, and organisational bases, as well as the conditions and principles governing corporate activities. Experienced businessmen will teach you how to found your own company and conduct a risk analysis.

    • List of classes in the corporate economics I sub-major:
      • SME sector development factors and creating a business plan
      • Evolution of the conception of company
      • Contemporary international company model
      • Corporate development strategies
      • Corporate economics
      • Enterprise in the supply chain

    SUB-MAJOR: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    This sub-major is perfect for everyone who wants to find employment in government institutions or EU structures. Knowledge of law and economic policy will enable you to learn about regional interdependencies, resulting from particular countries’ membership in integration organisations and groups (such as the EU). You will learn to analyse profits resulting from international collaboration, predict and assess risks, and make decisions in relation to other economic entities.

    • List of classes in the international economic relations sub-major:
      • International comparative economics
      • Theory of economic integration
      • Economic and political geography of the world
      • Sustained development
      • Managerial economics
      • Companies in the Single European Market
  • Dr hab. Marta Gotz

    PhD. Associate Professor at Vistula University in Warsaw since February 2016. Previously she has been research fellow at the Institute for Western Affairs (Instytut Zachodni) in Poznań – research centre under auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education; teaching assistant in the Department of International Economics, at Warsaw School of Economics in Warsaw; has received scholarship SPIRIT at Aalborg University (Denmark). She has conducted individual and team projects granted by the National Science Centre and the Visegrad Fund. She is a member of the Academy of International Business (AIB), European International Business Academy (EIBA) and Brussels-based association FinanceWatch.

    Professor Witold Orłowski

    A Professor of Economics, who since February, 2016, has been the Rector of Vistula University. He specialises in applied econometrics and macro-economics, economic transformation, and the European integration of CEE countries. He graduated with a degree in economics from the University of Łódź, and later studied at Harvard University. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Łódź, and obtained his habilitative post-doctoral degree from the University of Warsaw. In 2007, he was awarded the title of Professor of Economics. He was a Professor and Director of the School of Business of the Warsaw University of Technology.

    dr hab. Zbigniew Zimny

    Były szef jednostek analityczno-badawczych w Centrum ONZ ds. Korporacji Transnarodowych w Nowym Jorku i w organizacji ONZ ds. rozwoju gospodarczego, UNCTAD (Konferencji Narodów Zjednoczonych ds. Handlu i Rozwoju). W Genewie był szefem sekcji ds. międzynarodowej wymiany usług i dyrektorem departamentu odpowiedzialnego za przygotowanie dorocznego prestiżowego raportu ONZ – Światowego Raportu Inwestycyjnego (World Investment Report). Jest specjalista z zakresu m.in korporacji transnarodowych, bezpośrednich inwestycji zagranicznych czy hanldu międzynarodowego.

    dr hab. Wojciech Hubner

    Doświadczenie zdobywał w USA i Niemczech. Profesor honorowy Uniwersytetu w Rizhau (Chiny). Kierował licznymi projektami ONZ w Azji Centralnej i Chinach, w tym: międzynarodowym programem The Silk Road Initiative w Pekinie. Był również regionalnym doradcą ONZ do spraw wdrażania reform gospodarczych w Azji Centralnej. Współzałożył The Silk Road Global Alliance (SRGA) – międzynarodową organizację pozarządową zajmującą się propagowaniem idei Szlaku Jedwabnego.

    dr Ewa Radomska

    Absolwentka Międzynarodowych Stosunków Gospodarczych i Politycznych na Uniwersytecie Ekonomicznym w Krakowie oraz Amerykanistyki i Europeistyki Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego w Krakowie. Była konsultantka ekonomiczna w amerykańskiej firmie Hospitality Marketing Concept. Dodatkowo prowadziła szkolenia m.in. dla menedżerów z Global Shared Service Center – Electrolux Poland. Była współorganizatorką trzech edycji Małopolskiego Turnieju Przedsiębiorczości w ramach Ogólnopolskiego Programu Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości. Dwukrotnie otrzymała wyróżnienie „Najlepszy wykładowca online session” w AFiB Vistula. Członek Polskiego Towarzystwa Ekonomicznego.

    prof. dr hab. Wojciech Charemza

    Pełnił funkcję doradcy prezesa w Narodowym Banku Polski. Specjalista z zakresu ekonometrii finansowej, symulacji ekonometrycznej, prognozowania, modelowana inflacji oraz modeli ekonomicznyych państw Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej. Wykłada również na brytyjskiej uczelni University of Leicester.

    dr hab. Sebastian Płóciennik

    Prawnik i ekonomista. Absolwent Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego. W latach 2003-2009 pracował w Centrum Studiów Niemieckich i Europejskich im. Willy Brandta we Wrocławiu, następnie w Instytutcie Studiów Międzynarodowych Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego. Współprzewodniczący zarządu Fundacji Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej i koordynator programu badawczego „Unia Europejska” w Polskim Instytucie Spraw Międzynarodowych. Wielokrotnie wykładał w charakterze gościa na wielu uczelniach w Niemczech, Kanadzie, RPA, Indiach i Austrii.

    prof. dr hab. Paweł Bożyk

    Polityk i profesor nauk ekonomicznych. Absolwent Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego. Członek Komitetu Nauk Ekonomicznych Polskiej Akademii Nauk oraz członek Senatu Uniwersytetu Narodów Zjednoczonych w Tokio. Autor blisko 800 publikacji naukowych. Przewodniczący ROG oraz Kongresu Porozumienia Lewicy od 2007 r.

    dr hab. Svitlana Makarova

    dr Łukasz Marć

    Uczestnik programu badawczo-rozwojowego ODI. Ekonomista, specjalista w zakresie ekonometrii stosowanej i ekonomii pracy. Przeprowadził liczne badania naukowe dotyczące m.in środków utrzymania młodzieży w Ugandzie i Ghanie oraz badające wpływ pomocy zagranicznej na wydatki i dochody rządu. Autor wielu publikacji naukowych. Wykłada gościnnie na zagranicznych uniwersytetach.

    dr Agata Wańcio

    dr Rafał Raciborski

    dr Marian Szołucha

    Redaktor naczelny serwisu Obserwatorfinansowy.pl. Absolwent ekonomii na Uniwersytecie Marii-Curie Skłodowskiej w Lublinie. Członek New York Academy of Sciences oraz Polskiego Towarzystwa Ekonomicznego. Zasiada w Komitecie Ekonomicznym Forum dla Wolności i Rozwoju. Przez wiele lat pełnił funkcję Członka Zarządu Klubu Inteligencji Katolickiej im. prof. Czesława Strzeszewskiego w Lublinie. Był zastępcą redaktora naczelnego i szefem działu gospodarczego kwartalnika Myśl.pl, dyrektorem biura Związku Pracodawców Mediów Publicznych, starszym specjalistą w biurze Krajowej Rady Radiofonii i Telewizji, sekretarzem rady nadzorczej Radia Koszalin,rzecznikiem prasowym Ministerstwa Gospodarki Morskiej oraz doradcą w Parlamencie Europejskim. Autor i współautor wielu publikacji naukowych.

    dr Piotr Śpiewanowski

    mgr Iulia Nikitenko

    mgr Olga Petranevskaya

    mgr Magdalena Rybicka

  • THE BEST IN PRACTICE
    The Economics Bachelor’s programme will enable you to take your first steps in your dream career. Sub-majors tailored to market needs will help you achieve this. Our expert research and teaching faculty will share with you useful, practical knowledge. During the non-obligatory internships, you will have the chance to work with our University’s business partners and, after graduation, apply for work in one of three sectors: business, public administration, and education.

    See for yourself that Vistula is the best University in practice. Find out the benefits of studying Economics.

    BENEFITS OF STUDYING ECONOMICS

    Ready for work
    The complex knowledge shared by our lecturers and practitioners means that the Economics programme will give you a competitive edge on the job market. During the three-year Bachelor’s programme, you will not only gain theoretical knowledge, but, thanks to your first successful projects – practical skills as well. This will make searching for your dream job much easier.

    Global possibilities
    We offer no less than two sub-majors devoted to understanding the global financial market, which proves that Vistula University thinks globally. Thanks to the knowledge of how corporations function in the international environment, how to perform foreign market research, and conduct transactions in intercultural environments, you will be ready to take up work abroad, as well.

    Expert knowledge
    By studying Economics, you will gain specialist knowledge, with which you will be able to take your first steps towards your chosen career. All this thanks to our courses, taught by renowned practitioners and specialist sub-majors.

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES
    The Economics Bachelor’s programme will enable you to start a successful professional career. Practical sub-majors will enable you to become an attractive candidate for a great variety of companies and institutions. The curriculum has been designed to best prepare you for a career in three different fields: business, the public sector, and education.

    In the business sector, you will be able to apply for jobs requiring analytical and management skills in:

    • corporations,
    • companies,
    • banks.

    As an Economics graduate, you will be equipped with the knowledge necessary, to start your own business.

    In the public sector, you have a chance to work in government in:

    • EU institutions,
    • government ministries,
    • central banks,
    • regulatory bodies,
    • international institutions,
    • central and local administration.

    In the education sector, you can expect to find employment in:

    • the world of academia,
    • research centres focused on economic analysis and predictions.
  • Tuition fee for full-time and part-time studies (including mobile studies) (BA/MA) in Polish – students from outside the EU

    Registration fee Tuition fee (per year) Tuition fee (per semester)
    Full-time and part-time studies 120 € 1 450 € 775 €

    Tuition fee for full-time studies (BA/MA) in English – EU citizens*

    Registration fee Tuition fee (per year) Tuition fee (per semester)
    Full-time and part-time studies 120 € 2 500 € 1 350 €

    * Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Georgia, Ukraine as well as all South American countries are subject to the same fees as EU citizens.

    Tuition fee for full-time studies (BA/MA) in English – citizens from outside the EU*

    Registration fee Tuition fee (per year) Tuition fee (per semester)
    Full-time and part-time studies 200 € 3 500 € 1 850 €

    * This does not apply to the students from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Georgia, Ukraine as well as all South American countries.

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