Studies type:

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Study mode:

full-time, part-time

Study duration:

3 years (6 semesters)



Language of studies:

Polish, English


AFiB Vistula

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    More information is available at the New Students section. Call us at: +48 510 858 087, or e-mail us at:

    The Project Management programme has been designed to take account of the changing needs of modern economies, brought about by rapid economic growth, and development, and the shift from the earlier importance of entrepreneurial activity to an emphasis on management decision-making. Vistula University’s philosophy is to deliver a competence-centred, educational package, that incorporates a mechanism for an on-going educational dialogue. Such a mechanism creates a forum for teachers, students, and employers,
    enabling them to address current issues in the classroom context. As a consequence, you are better prepared to face the challenges, resulting from rapid technological progress, and constant changes in the business environment in Poland, Europe, and across the world.

    The mission of the Project Management programme is to develop the Project Management competences, by implementing an integrated education programme, in the fields of classic and agile project management concepts.

    Objectives of the Project Management Programme are:

    • Acquisition of knowledge and skills in project management by students
    • Understanding the methods and means of project management by students, and the ability to apply them, adequately, to the business / professional situation
    • Students acquire practical project management skills by implementing active project management methods in the field of project management in a business environment
    • Students gain practical skills in project management through the implementation of research projects in co-operation with business
    • Supporting student initiatives and raising awareness in the field of project management.
    • Promotion of high project management standards, support for building a knowledge base and contacts in the environment of project managers, programmes, and portfolios.


    A business approach
    The best candidates on the job market possess both hard and soft skills. Hard skills enable you to perform your duties. Soft skills, such as efficient communication and understanding, as well as grasping the concept of incentive mechanisms, make you a better manager. Vistula University’s business approach means that courses are designed to equip you with both sets of skills. This also means that our courses are taught by practitioners, and that you will be able to network, whilst still studying.

    Gaining experience
    The Project Management programme does not require you to do an internship. However, the opportunity to do a three-month internship during your studies, will give you an edge over your competition. Our Careers Office can offer you internships in partner companies, both in Poland and abroad. This will enable you to start gaining professional experience.

    Proficient management
    You will learn, not only to manage capital, time, and skills, but also projects. Furthermore, you will be able to carry out a project from start to finish, whilst learning how to effectively work within teams.

  • The Vistula University’s Bachelor of Arts in Project Management is an exceptional under- graduate programme, designed for future project management professionals. Our unique programme addresses the growing need for professional managers, who can manage various types of projects – from early conception, and defining the scope, through to evaluation and lessons learned. The programmes will equip you with the tools, techniques, and standards developed by professional organisations, such as PMBOK, but also explore what is used in your own organisation. This will also help those new to project management to lead, and/or contribute, to projects more effectively.

    The structure of the Project Management programme is based on three pillars:

    • Foundation of Business courses
      • Introduction to Management
      • Introduction to Economics
      • Quantitative Methods in Business
      • Introduction to Finance and Accounting
      • People and Organisation
      • Management Methods and Techniques
      • Marketing
      • Human Resources Management
      • Corporate Finance and Management Accounting
      • Economic Environment in Business
      • Business Law
      • Business Research Methods
      • Entrepreneurship
      • Supply Chains’ Management
      • Ethical and Sustainable Business
      • Business Policy and Strategy
      • Elective course
      • Foreign language 1
      • ICT in Business
      • Physical education
    • Specialisation courses
      • Trends in Project Management
      • PMI Methodology I
      • Project Knowledge Management
      • PMI Methodology II
      • Agile Project Management
      • Project Management Psychology
    • Skills for Business courses
      • Communication
      • Teamworking
      • Life-Long Learning
      • Work-Life Balance

    Such a broad construction of the programmes, gives you flexibility in designing your curricula, and shaping your future careers. Furthermore, they prepare you to develop your competencies after graduation, and develop your careers in a sustainable way.

  • Grażyna Bartkowiak, PhD

    Doctor Bartkowiak specialises in the psychology of management and human resources management. She has authored twelve books and more than two hundred articles, devoted mostly to the psychology of management, human resources management, ethics in management, managerial competencies, communication processes in organisations, implementing changes in organisations, motivating employees to work effectively, as well as learning and managing knowledge in organisations. She is a long-time leader of research projects financed from ministry grants, as well as cross-university projects developed by academics and economics professionals.

    Jan Fazlagić

    Prof. Jan Fazlagić, PhD

    Prof. Jan Fazlagić, PhD – professor at the Poznań University of Economics. Expert in knowledge management, education, innovation and intellectual capital management, local government. One of the precursors of Knowledge Management in Poland. Expert of the National Institute of Local Government in Łódź. In the years 2018-2020, the Chairman of the Program Council of the Academy of Innovation Manager at PARP [Polska Agencja Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości – Polish Agency for Enterprise Development]. A trainer and consultant, he has completed several dozen scientific and implementation projects in Poland and abroad in the field of education, social innovation, knowledge transfer, entrepreneurship and environmental education.

    Elżbieta Jędrych

    Prof. Elżbieta Jędrych, PhD

    Professor of economic sciences in the field of Management. From 2020, Vice-Rector for Education and Internationalization as well as Director of the Science and Research Centre at Vistula University. From 2014, Director of the Institute of Management.
    Former lecturer at the University of Economics Prague, the Faculty of Business Administration and Monash University, Prato Centre, Business and Economics, Milano. Author of over 120 scientific publications and expert opinions on enterprise management. She specializes in human and social capital management, employee development management, motivating and remuneration, social responsibility in HR processes, social innovation in organizations and managing employee teams. She has received grants and implemented research projects related to strategy of investing in human and social capital, absorption of personal innovations in organizations as well as in increasing the competitiveness of the organization through the development of intellectual capital.
    She promoted 5 PhD graduates in the field of economic sciences in the area of management.
    Recent publications: Jędrych E. Kapitał społeczny. Ukryty potencjał organizacji. Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa, 2021.
    Jędrych E., Rzepka A., Olesiński Z. (eds). Self-Management, Entrepreneurial Culture, and Economy 4.0 A Contemporary Approach to Organizational Theory Development. Routledge, New York, 2021.

    USOSweb lecturer’s profile

    Barbara Karlikowska

    Prof. Barbara Karlikowska, BEng, PhD

    Dean of the Faculty of Business and International Relations. Doctor of economic sciences (Institute of Finances of the Vistula University); a graduate of Warsaw University of Life Sciences; she has also completed the Polish-British Insurance Studies and Postgraduate Studies in Accounting, earning license of an Insurance Broker and Independent Accountant; since 1998, she has been an academic teacher; an author and a co-author of many scientific works in the field of risk management; she is a participant of the grant of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education – Innovative Poland in Europe of 2020.

    Agnieszka Knap-Stefaniuk

    Agnieszka Knap-Stefaniuk, PhD

    PhD in economic science from Warsaw School of Economics Economic-Social College. Holder of the Thames Valley University MBA diploma. She completed the School of Trainers of the Jagiellonian University Wszechnica. She was a member of PKA (Team for Economic Fields) as well as the Rector’s College and the Didactic-Research Board of Polish Open University. She received Rector’s awards [POU] – Didactic Worker of 2006 as well as achievements in 2011. She was in charge of trainings and consulting projects, among others for firms such as Lexmark, Galeco, Biprocemwap, Capgemini. She cooperated with advisory-consulting firms, among others, Otawa Group, Combidata Poland and PwC. Acting as a trainer and consultant, she took part in numerous EU projects for human resources management and modern firm management. She gave lectures and presentation, among others, at the Polish National Congress ‘Personnel and Management’, Polish National Congress ‘The First Human Resources of the Republic of Poland’ and HR Forum. She was co-organizer and President of the Jury of three editions of the Little Poland Entrepreneurship Tournament. In the years 2007-2015, Dean of Little Poland School of Management/Open University. From February 2015 to January 2017 – Dean of the Branch Faculty in Cracow, Academy of Finance and Business Vistula in Warsaw. Lecturer at foreign universities (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Lithuania). Years of teaching Executive MBA and MSc students. Numerous publications in the field of human resources management in Poland and abroad.

    Marta Kozak-Gołębiowska, MA

    Instructional designer, learning designer. Since 2006 active in the branch of e-learning trainings. Participation in the development of trainings for large organizations such as PKN ORLEN, BGŻ Bank, Paribas S.A., ARiMR, National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution. She has worked on nation-wide e-learning projects such as PARP Academy. She took part in the creation of the first Polish MOOC portal – Polish MOOC, in a project implemented by the Young Science Foundation. In the Academy of Finance and Business Vistula, she conducts, together with a team of lecturers and e-learning specialists, online studies and is in charge with the introduction of advanced educational technologies. Working with students, she conducts conventional classes in communication and soft skills.

    Krzysztof Nowakowski

    Krzysztof Nowakowski, PhD

    Graduate of sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology at Warsaw University (1995); scholarship holder from the International Research & Exchanges Board in 1996, an American organization supporting democratic changes in Central European countries; he completed internships and broadened his didactic experience during stays at Cornell University (School of Industrial and Labour Relations – USA), at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium – 1997) and Rutgers University (Human Resource Department, USA – 1999), which provided grounds for the dissertation in the field of human resource management and the subsequent defence of the doctoral thesis in 2002 (Warsaw University).

    Prof. Zbigniew Olesiński, PhD

    Full professor. Author of 187 publications, including 11 books. During his professional career, he completed many internships and trainings, including in Ireland, Taiwan and Russia. He was also awarded, among others Silver Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis and Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

    Prof. Marlena Plebańska, PhD

    Krzysztof Rybiński

    Prof. Krzysztof Rybiński, PhD

    Full Professor. Graduated from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Economic Sciences (M.A. in 1993, Ph.D. in 1996) of the University of Warsaw; in 2009, he defended his habilitation thesis at the Warsaw School of Economics; he worked as software engineer in Tokyo (1990-1991), director of the Summer School of Economics financed by the Soros Foundation and researcher at the Economics Department at Warsaw University (1991-1996), a part-time consultant to the World Bank (1992-1994); in 1997-2004, he was chief economist and managing director at three commercial banks (ING, BZ WBK and BPH); he was a Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Poland (2004-2008); a member of the EU Economic and Financial Committee representing the National Bank of Poland (2004-2005); member of the Polish Financial Services Authority (2007-2008); in 2007-2008 he served as a World Bank alternate governor for Poland; he was also member of the supervisory boards of several financial sector companies (2008-2009) and Partner in Ernst & Young Poland (2008-2010); between 2010 and 2015, he has been Professor and Rector of Vistula University in Warsaw, and between 2015 and 2018 has served as Rector of Narxoz University in Kazakhstan; an author of numerous refereed papers in economics and (co) author of several books; he has contributed hundreds of articles on economics and financial markets to Polish newspapers and occasionally to “The Wall Street Journal”, “Financial Times” and “The Economist”. He was ranked the best financial markets economist in Poland by the “Rzeczpospolita” daily in 2000; several times ranked among top five economists covering CEE region in international rankings. In October 2012 he was ranked the most influential Polish economist in the survey among Polish business leaders. In 2016 he received the CEEMAN Champion award in the category Institutional Management, for successful and rapid reforms at Narxoz University; nowadays he is back in Poland teaching data science courses and doing research.

    USOSweb lecturer’s profile

    Piotr Wiench

    Piotr Wiench, PhD

    Piotr Wiench obtained his doctoral degree in Sociology. He is an author of numerous research articles and book chapters. He specialises in human resources and project management, digital transformation and social innovations in organizations. He is currently an employee of the Institute of Management of Vistula University, Since 2004, he has also been an expert for the European Commission, particularly for the Erasmus Programme. He participated in the European out research projects: CREEN Project, research on spread of creationism through the lens of the complex system theory, Department of Physics, Warsaw Technical University, 2007; Euratom financed EFDA project TW6-TRE-FESS-B2: “Communication quality and lay understanding of fusion technology: A quasi-experimental study of message formulation effects on attitude change”, He has been the head of the country team of 6th Framework Programme consortium “Society and Lifestyles” (2006-2008).

  • The Project Management prepares undergraduate students for such project management positions as:

    • Junior Project Manager
    • Project Co-ordinator
    • Project Manager
    • Project Officer
    • Project Management Coach
  • Applicants for the BA in the Project Management Programme, must meet the following minimum requirements:

    • hold at least a Secondary School Certificate,
    • have a good command of English – (at least the equivalent of B2 level).

    Enrolment Procedure

    STEP 1 Fill out the application
    STEP 2 Wait for the application evaluation
    STEP 3 Make your payment
    STEP 4 Apply for visa

  • 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 € 1450 € 775 €

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

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

    *The group of citizens of other countries paying the same fees as EU citizens includes: Citizens of North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Northern Europe, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia (including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia).

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

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

    *This does not apply to students from the countries of North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Northern Europe, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia (including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Mongolia).

    **The semester fee payment is available only for students with a valid visa or a residence permit in Poland.

    Order of the Rector about fees


International Office

If you are a candidate, please contact our admission team:


Anna Voronko

International Admission Officer

WhatsApp or Viber: +48 798 066 870


(Russian and Polish)


Tosin Oladosu

International Admission Officer

WhatsApp: +48 510 858 087




Accommodation Officer


If you are a recruitment agency’s representative, please contact our cooperation team:


Leonid Markusyk

Director of International Marketing and Recruitment

tel. +48 501 294 962


(cooperation with recruitment agencies and institutions)


Halina Bozko

International Admission Coordinator

tel.: +48 502 603 174


(cooperation with recruitment agencies) 

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