The Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management (FESM) is the first and only one public higher education institution (HEI) in Poland awarded with the AACSB accreditation. Nowadays, less than 5% of all business schools in the world are recognized as AACSB accredited institutions (in total 740 HEIs in 50 countries). Each graduate from the FESM receives a special AACSB certification which is a supplement to a final diploma.
The studies in management provide graduates with knowledge related to theoretical and practical aspects of operations in contemporary business and public sector organizations, both in the national and international context. The graduates develop practical skills of managing organisations in all their functional areas. Moreover, they acquire knowledge of mechanisms in regional markets and the EU.
Candidates without formal linguistic certificates listed in the recruitment requirements but showing competencies in English equivalent to the B1 level have the opportunity to attend the course in Business English in order to achieve skills necessary to study Management. Before being assigned to the Business English course, the linguistic skills of candidates are validated by a placement test or an online interview. The course is concluded with a final examination at the B2 level which is a prerequisite for being admitted as a FESM student.
Completing Management courses in Nicolaus Copernicus University enables graduates to get employment in any kind of organizations, in any kind of positions related to managerial functions. Universal knowledge and broad competencies acquired during studies make graduates flexible to adapt to changing circumstances in the labour market and enable them to achieve professional success. Studies provide graduates with theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to establish and successfully manage their own businesses.
Our graduates are employed in particular as:
The graduates of management studies have the opportunity to continue their studies in graduate (master-level) studies conducted both in Polish and English, including double and triple diploma programmes conducted in cooperation with the universities in Angers (France) and Macerata (Italy).