Cracow University of Economics

Cracow University of Economics (Business) (EEA Grants)
 
Address: Cracow University of Economics
27 Rakowicka St. 
31-510 Cracow, Poland
 
ERASMUS Code: PL KRAKOW04
 
 
Telephone: +48 12 293 5103 (International Relations Office)
 
 
Number of inhabitants in the city: 759 000
 
Number of students in the university: 23 000
 
Program: Business
 
Academic calendar:
 
Autumn semester: beginning of October - mid-February
Spring semester:    mid-February - mid-June
 
There is usually a break at Christmas and Easter
 
Courses:
See courses taught in English here (spring semester 2016).
 
Accommodation:
 
International students have two options on how to find accommodation in Cracow:
Option 1: self-arranged option
Option 2: Tutor Accommodation Services (real estate agency)
 
Useful information:
  • Kraków is the second largest city of Poland and it is located in the south
  • In the year 2000, Kraków was the European Capital of Culture and in 2014, it was the European Sports City - it is a very popular venue for international sports and other events
  • The university is Poland's largest university of Economics and Kraków itself is one of the most important educational centres of the country
  • Kraków is a very popuar tourist destination; Historical buildings and places, the picturesque old town, museums, theatres, art galleries, historical exhibitions, churches, and many more tourist attractions can be found
  • Kraków is well-known for its exciting nightlife; A huge variety of bars, clubs, pubs and discos delight every passionate night owl
  • The city is known for its many parks and recreational areas; You can also visit the zoo or the Botanical Gardens; Or you just relax in one of the spas or decide to go shopping; For active and sporty people, there is a huge offer for every kind of sports
  • In Kraków you can find restaurants for almost every kind of international cuisines; You should not miss to try traditional Polish cuisine - which is similar to other Central-European cuisines - with dumplings, sausages and beer playing an important role
  • The living costs in Poland are comparably low compared to many other European countries

 

Courses

 

ECTS

Semester

Descriptive Statistics

 

4

Spring

Macroeconomics I

 

8

Spring

International Business Management

 

5

Spring

World Economic History

 

3

Spring

Business Ethics

 

3

Spring

International Accounting

 

2

Spring

International Business Negotiations

 

4

Spring

International Market Analysis

 

4

Spring

Research Methods In Business And Economics

 

3

Spring

Entrepreneurship In The EU

 

4

Spring

International Economics

 

3

Spring

International Settlements

 

4

Spring

Economic Growth and Convergence/Regional and Local Development

 

2

Spring

Total Quality Management in International Business/World Class Manufacturing

 

3

Spring

Principles and Institutions of American Democracy/Contemporary American Democracy and Politics

 

2

Spring

International Investments/Property Investments and Financial Markets

 

3

Spring

Human Resource Management/American Culture and Society

 

4

Spring

International Project Management/Intellectual Property Management

 

4

Spring

Industrial Policy and Global Competition/European Union Competition Policy

 

3

Spring

Global Banking/International Financial Markets and Institutions

 

2

Spring

Lobbying in the European Union/European Union Law and Institution

 

3

Spring

Trade Law

 

5

Spring

Financial Accounting

 

5

Spring

Financial Markets

 

5

Spring

Financial Analysis

 

4

Spring

General Equilibrium Theory

 

6

Spring

Polish for Beginners (A0) (elective)

 

4

Spring

Low Pre-Intermediate Polish (A1) (elective)

 

4

Spring

Pre-Intermediate Polish (A2) (elective)

 

4

Spring

Advanced Polish (B2) (elective)

 

4

Spring