The educational system at WUEB follows the requirements of the Bologna declaration. We apply the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and issue Diploma Supplements. The exchange of academic staff and students is carried out under the Erasmus and others programmes. In the academic year 2018/2019 there are more than 120 courses offered in foreign languages to Erasmus students. The WUEB has 200 Erasmus bilateral agreements and about 60 general cooperation agreements with foreign partners. The courses organized by the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, which are divided into semesters, are run in one or two level systems and can be attended as full-time day courses, part-time weekend courses and in the form of evening classes. The University is authorized to run an Executive MBA Program for graduates, which is available in a Polish or English language version. The Program is organized in cooperation with universities from Belgium, France, Ireland, Germany and Great Britain.
Curricula realized at the University include foundation subjects, general and specialist subjects and ensure full complementarily with other European universities curricula, which enables our students to participate in academic exchange and to study abroad as a part of their course. Foreign graduates are accepted here to complete their bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.
The University offers free Polish language courses for the exchange students. The courses are provided during each semester and have two levels for the student to choose: beginners and
intermediate. The course content will also help you to get acquainted with the Polish culture.
Qualified personnel of the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business has always been our greatest asset. WUEB employees receive numerous awards for didactic and scientific achievements, and have
exercised responsible duties over a number of scientific associations and societies, both in Poland and abroad. The most prominent of our colleagues have been awarded honorary titles by local and
foreign institutions of higher learning. Prof. Zdzisław Hellwig received honorary doctorates of Cracow University of Economics and Prague University of Economics; prof. Józef Popkiewicz – of the
Technical University of Dresden; prof. Ber Haus– of Katowice University of Economics; prof. Stanisław Urban – of Cracow University of Agriculture; prof. Andrzej Gospodarowicz – of University of
Vilinius, and prof. Krzysztof Jajuga – of Cracow University of Economics. Our University has also awarded honorary titles to a number of leading economists.
Of the 24 scientists honored with the WUEB doctorus honoris causa title are such figures as: Jochen Schumann, Giuseppe Calzoni, Robert Leroy King, János Kornai, Reinhard Selten – Nobel Prize laureate born in Wrocław, Andrzej Stanisław Barczak, Leszek Balcerowicz, Jerzy Rokita, Hiroyuki Itami, Marek Belka and Janusz Lewandowski.
Research endeavors of our employees have always been in close relation to didactic pursuits.