The Higher School of Management and Administration
The Higher School of Management and Administration in Opole is the first private university in Opole Voivodeship and in Poland to receive the Polish Quality Award. The School was established in 1996, and more than 40,000 graduates have since completed their education here during the tenure of Professor Marian Duczmal.
The School offers:
- First-cycle programmes:
administration, logistics, education, management
- Second-cycle programmes such as:
We also offer five-year, long-cycle studies:
special education, early school and pre-school education.
Another advantage is our wide range of post-graduate courses, with a full list available at www.wszia.opole.pl.
The School employs highly-skilled teachers and its motto is combining theory and practice. It is no wonder that, according to the 2014 “Economical Aspects of Graduate Life” report published by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, our alumni are paid the most and are the fastest to find employment after graduation.
Our school offers modern teaching facilities consisting of two buildings situated in the centre of the city, a student dormitory, a library, as well as a bowling alley available to students free of charge. Our project department enables students to acquire additional knowledge and new skills for free. The department also includes a career office providing students with career counselling and job seeking services, as well as helping them find internships. Students from abroad can contact specially appointed representatives of the Rector for Education, who can not only help with regular study-related matters, but also those related to your stay in Poland. Languages in which this help is offered include English, German, Russian and Ukrainian, and students can also opt to take Polish lessons.
In addition, 60% of our students receive scholarships, meaning that studying at our school can be virtually free.