What do accreditations mean for students? Explains Prof. Bogusława Drelich-Skulska
What is the importance of accreditations granted to the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business for future students? Explains Prof. dr hab. Bogusława Drelich-Skulska, Vice-Rector for
Accreditation and International Cooperation of the WUEB.
Each university operating on the Polish education market may provide education in specific fields of study if it obtains the consent of the Polish Accreditation Committee (PKA). All
programs at the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business have such accreditation.
The competitive advantage of our University on the international educational market is created by its international institutional and program accreditations.
EUA and CEEMAN institutional accreditations
obtained by the WUEB, as well as membership in AACSB, give current and future students the certainty that:
they come to a university that adheres to high standards of education and guarantees the acquisition of knowledge and competences of the future at the highest level;
they study at a university that cooperates with business practitioners and professors from foreign universities in the education process;
they acquire soft skills and learn foreign languages and will be able to work in an intercultural environment;
the diploma of our University is a pass to the dynamically changing labor market, and at the same time opens the possibility of studying at foreign universities that also
have such accreditations.
Let us remind you that this year our University again received the HR Excellence in
Research distinction awarded by the European Commission. Already in May this year, we will host the EUA Accreditation Committee, which will visit us for
re-accreditation. We also continue to apply for the prestigious AACSB accreditation, which opens up opportunities to compete and cooperate with the best universities in the world.