University of Warsaw was established in 1816 and nowadays, it is Poland's largest and finest university. From its inception, the University of Warsaw has played a major role in the intellectual, political, and cultural life of Poland, and has been recognized throughout the world as a leading academic center in this part of Europe. 5 graduates of the University of Warsaw were awarded Nobel Prize, including prof. Leonid Hurwicz, Nobel Prize winner in economics (2007).
Faculty of Management was established in 1972 as part of the University of Warsaw. It is the oldest management school in Central and Eastern Europe. Nowadays, it is one of the most respected management education and research centers in Poland. The Faculty offers various programs of study on four levels of education – bachelor, master, doctoral and postgraduate studies. At present more than 6 000 international and Polish students were enrolled at the Faculty. Faculty of Management is ranked in the "A" research category of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, being a leading research institution in the field of management.
Faculty of Management is located in the Southern Campus of the University of Warsaw. The modern buildings have spacious and air-conditioned study rooms, equipped with multimedia and computing equipment. On the premises, there are cafeterias, kiosks, library, academic bookshop and computer laboratories. The Faculty has its own Publishing House, and many published academic books are in English. Students have free Internet access through the Faculty's WiFi service. Academic Entrepreneurship Incubator helps students establish new businesses and offer facilities for start-ups.
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