On the ground of the permit of the Minister of National Education no. DNS-1-0145-264/TBM/97 dated 31 July 1997, the Higher School of Management and Marketing in Bielsko-Biała was created. The school was entered in the registry of non-state universities of the Ministry of National Education as number 126.
Due to the school’s development and the establishing of new fields of education, the school changed its name to The University of Economics and Humanities on 10 November 2000 on the basis of the agreement of the Minister of National Education no. DNS.1-0145-6/2/JL/2000.
The University of Economics and Humanities in Bielsko-Biała is a non-state university providing vocational and academic education at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degree studies. Undergraduates of the school receive the title “Licencjat”, which serves as a qualification for practicing in the field of one’s major and also to continue studies on MA courses which are also provided by the University.
OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHOOL
Educational programs in all fields were drawn up in such a way that the school “produces” graduates who are sought-after professionals with a fluent knowledge of languages, who have practical computer and Internet skills and who possess good workplace skills and knowledge of work conditions in the European Union. The program of studies is based on four modules: European, language, IT and communication, and vocational.
European module, i.e., European culture and society (A) - it prepares graduates for working in the environment of the European Union. The bloc of many subjects in the field of European Culture and Society gives students the opportunity to study history, geography and the principles of EU functioning.
Language module (B) - the program ensures practical education in all language skills, such as conversation, writing, reading and listening comprehension, practical grammar, pronunciation, etc. Classes are held in different language groups based on innovative and detailed teaching programs and modern methodology. Although the offical obligatory foreign language taught at the University is English, the teaching schedule also includes the study of additional foreign languages.
IT and communication module (C) – this is practical knowledge of computer systems operation, such as Windows and UNIX, as well as knowledge of the Internet, Intranet, etc. Teaching programs fulfill the requirements of the so-called European Computer Driving License (ECDL).
Vocational module (D) – it applies to the specialization chosen within the field and covers theoretical and practical career preparation. Programs fulfill the requirements of the Miniter of Science and Higher Education.
The founder of the school is Centrum Promocji Biznesu sp. z o.o. (the Centre of Business Promotion Ltd).
The school’s administrative bodies include the Senate and the following individual offices: Rector, Chancellor and Directors of particular Departments. The school is administered in accordance with the regulations of the statute.
University of Economics and Humanities has released the Course Catalogue in the form of a booklet, which includes the description of teaching programme as well as detailed list of courses, classes and modules. With the reference to a new version of Higher Education Act, the course catalogue is being adjusted to the requirements of the new law, at the moment. Electronic version of the course catalogue can be found on our website in the list of courses.
Bilingual (Polish-English) version of the catalogue - click here.