Due to the state of pandemic, classes until the end of the semester, as well as exams in the summer session will be conducted at SGH Warsaw School of Economics by means of electronic communication.
Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, Ph.D., was elected Rector of SGH Warsaw School of Economics for the 2020-2024 term. He is the current Vice Rector for Research and Management and the Head of Institute of Management at SGH.
Due to the epidemic caused by coronavirus disease SARS-CoV-2, the World Health Organization has declared a state of public health threat at a global level. Pursuant to the Rector’s Order of 26 February 2020 all travels of SGH employees and students to countries listed in the announcement by the Polish Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) are suspended until further notice. We also recommend cancelling private trips.
Furthermore, according to the Rector’s Order, it is highly recommended that the participants of various forms of study who visited the countries listed below during the winter break of the 2019/2020 academic year or later remain at their place of residence for the period of 14 days following their return. The absences in class in this period will be excused based on submitted travel documentation.
On October 28, The Financial Times published the „Masters In Management” ranking. Two programmes offered by SGH were once again named among the world’s top 100 programmes. CEMS Master In Management, which is co-administered by SGH – the only Polish economic university allied within CEMS – moved up to the 8th place. The other SGH’s Management programme was ranked at the 58th spot.
In relations to recruitment for first-cycle studies at SGH Warsaw School of Economics on July 13, we would like to kindly inform that the entrance to A, C, G buildings will be limited.
In relations to recruitment for second-cycle studies at SGH Warsaw School of Economics on June 29, we would like to kindly inform that the entrance to A, C, G buildings will be limited.
On June 25, SGH Warsaw School of Economics organized an information meeting on the principles of the SGH & CIMA Programme in the academic year 2018/2019 as well as the workshops for candidates. Students interested in getting CIMA qualifications are reminded that the recruitment via the Virtual Dean's Office (Certificates tab) will start on July 1 and will last until October 5, 2018.
The Canadian Executive MBA programme (CEMBA) conducted by SGH in partnership with the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) was once again ranked at the 1st place in the MBA programmes ranking by Perspektywy Education Foundation and was awarded 100 points. Our other programme – MBA-SGH – took the 7th place this year. The committee evaluated 31 MBA programmes available in Poland. The position in the ranking was determined based on teaching staff, recommendations of the alumni, content of the programme and preferences of the employers, among others. In the eyes of the employers, the SGH programmes took the top two spots and were clearly ahead of the competition.
SGH students: Aleksandra Zielonka and Rafał Remiśko – who enrolled on a double degree programme at Toulouse Business School – won the SIRIUS CHAIR award. SIRIUS CHAIR is an association by Centre National d'Études Spatiales (CNES), two companies operating in the field of aerospace: Airbus Defence and Space, and Thales Alenia Space, as well as two universities: Toulouse 1 Capitol University, and Toulouse Business School, with which SGH organises a double diploma programme.
SGH Warsaw School of Economics has been awarded International Quality Re-Accreditation by CEEMAN, an international association for management development. Once again, the university affirmed its status among institutions which acquired the prestigious CEEMAN International Quality Accreditation (IQA) in recognition of the high quality of their management education.