The Wrocław University of Economics (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu) is a public university in Wrocław, Poland founded in 1947. Initially established as a private business school, Wyższa Szkoła Handlowa, we changed to our current name in 2008. The University has four departments, wherein three are found at our campus on Ulica Komandorska and one at our campus in Jelenia Góra. We are ranked as one of Poland’s leading economic schools of higher education, as well as considered an important center of research and science.
Activities at Wrocław University of Economics focus on maintaining and bolstering our position on regional, national, and international levels. We continuously shape our image as a modern institution, strengthening competitive advantage and welcoming everyone while nurturing the environment. We offer programs in Polish and English, as well as elective courses in English. We also have a preparatory course: Special English Course for Foreigners. We offer full-time Bachelor’s programs, along with full-time and part-time Master’s programs in logistics, international business, finance, and other disciplines.