The University of Finance and Management (WSFiZ) was founded in 1993 in Bialystok, Poland. The University occupies top positions in domestic rankings involving private higher educational establishments.
Since May, 1 2004 when Poland became the member of the EU University’s diplomas are recognized in all 28 countries of the European Union.
The WSFiZ employs qualified academic staff, who set high standards of work and who in great measure deserve the credit for the University’s rising status. Our University is also frequently visited by lectures from the United States of America, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Russia, England, Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Belarus, Turkey and other countries.
Students gain knowledge and skills from the best Polish and foreign experts, will improve foreign language skills and practice in business which are held at the enterprises and institutions. WSFiZ cultivate an ethos in which you can learn, grow, and succeed. Study at WSFiZ provides an opportunity to practice in another countries. Enjoy one-to-one advice, personal training, group workshops and excellent opportunities throughout your studies.
WSFiZ offers courses in English for international students.
Bachelor Studies (BA – 3 years), Master Studies (MA – 2 years).
At WSFiZ students from different countries are studying among those: Belarus, Turkey, Spain, Russia, India, Nepal, Germany, Ukraine, Romania and other countries.
In 2015 the University of Finance and Management in Bialystok obtained accreditation of the official accreditation body Polish Acreditation Commision (PAC). In the 1999/2000 academic year the University adopted the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which allows students to continue their education in any country of the European Union.
WSFiZ exchange programs Erasmus + allow without additional charges to hold at universities in Europe: University Babes-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca (Romania), University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovakia), PA College (Cyprus), University of Malta (Malta), Institute Superior de Comunicaçao Empresarial (Portugal), Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), Balikesir University (Turkey), Germany, Estonia.
Foreign students in Poland during period of studies can work legally. Foreign students receive a residence permit for the period of study in Poland.