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 ORGANISATION OF MIM STUDIES AT SGH

 
SGH has joined CEMS in 1995 as a candidate member and became full member following the decision of the CEMS General Assembly during Annual Event in Vienna in 1998. Like all other members, SGH has its local CEMS Governance with CEMS Office at SGH managed by programme directors and managers. These key persons are listed here.
 
Its strong position among CEMS member schools was confirmed by a prestigious award of CEMS School of the Year in 2016/2017 Academic Year, along with the individual award for the Best Course in Global Management Practice for Prof. Jacek Miroński.
 
The role of CEMS Office is to design, prepare, execute, and monitor local MIM programme based on the guidelines and requirements of the CEMS strategic, executive and management bodies coordinated by the CEMS Head Office.
 
In this section, you will:
  • learn on SGH & MIM Academic Calendar
  • take a look at our Campus Map to identify places where you should go for classes (see the schedule)
  • get acquainted with CEMS and SGH grading table
  • get some information on potential scholarship opportunities for SGH and incoming students spending their term abroad.
 
MIM CALENDAR AT SGH

CURRENT: 2019/2020

TERM 1 (Fall/Winter Semester)​ ​ ​TERM 2 (Spring/Summer Semester) ​
30.09.2019 ​ ​Term 1 classes begin* ​24.02.2020 ​Term 2 classes begin***
​02.10.2019 at 11:40 hrs Inauguration ceremony ​10-14.04.2020 ​Easter holidays
01.11.2019 ​All Saints and Souls Holidays ​22.04.2020 ​SGH Day
​11.11.2019 ​National Independence Holiday ​01-03.05.2020 ​Spring break (Labour & Constitution Day)
18.12.2019 ​CEMS Term 1 classes end** 30-31.05.2020 ​ Pentecost (holiday)
​23.12.2019 - 05.01.2020 Christmas and New Year Break 11.06.2020 ​Corpus Christi (holiday)
​06.01.2020 ​Epiphany (holiday) ​14.06.2020
​Term 2 classes end****
​​26.01.2020 ​Term 1 classes end ​​15-28.06.2020 ​Exam period I
27.01–09.02.2020 ​Exam period I ​29.06-20.09.2020 Summer Holidays
​10-14.02.2020 ​Winter break ​21-27.09.2020 ​Exam period II (resit)
​15-21.02.2020 ​​​Exam period II
 

*) CEMS Classes are preceded by Block Seminar and/or Orientation Week for incoming students so you should arrive at SGH before 22 September 2019. 

**) CEMS MIM classes and exams in Term 1 end before Christmas break. Students are expected NOT TO LEAVE before 20 December 2019

***) CEMS Classes are preceded by RGL Seminar and/or Orientation Week for incoming students so you should arrive at SGH before 16 February 2020. 

****) CEMS MIM students in Term 2 are expected NOT TO LEAVE before 14 June 2020.


COMING: 2020/2021

​ ​TERM 1 (Fall/Winter Semester)​ online ​ ​TERM 2 (Spring/Summer Semester) format to be decided
01.10.2020 ​​Term 1 classes begin* 20.02.2021 ​​Term 2 classes begin***
​​to be announced  ​Inauguration ceremony 02-07.04.2021 ​Easter holidays
31.10-01.11.2020 ​​All Saints and Souls Holidays 13.05.2021 ​SGH Day (tbc)
11.11.2020 ​​National Independence Holiday 01-03.05.2021 ​​Spring break (Labour & Constitution Day)
22.12.2020 ​CEMS Term 1 classes end** 22-23.05.2021 ​Pentecost (holiday)
23.12.2020-06.01.2021 ​Christmas and New Year Break 03.06.2021
​Corpus Christi​ (holiday)
06.06.2021 ​Epiphany (holiday) 13.06.2021
​​Term 2 classes end****
24.01.2021 ​Term 1 classes end 14-27.06.2021
​Exam period I
25.01-07.02.2021 Exam period I 28.06-19.09.2021 Summer Holidays
08-12.02.2021 ​​​​​​Winter break ​20-26.09.2021  ​ ​​Exam period II (resit)​
13-19.02.2021 ​Exam period II (resit)
  

*) CEMS Classes are preceded by Block Seminar and/or Orientation Week for incoming students so you should arrive at SGH before 22 September 2020.  

**) CEMS MIM classes and exams in Term 1 end before Christmas break and students are expected NOT TO LEAVE before 22 December 2020.

***) CEMS Classes are preceded by RGL Seminar and/or Orientation Week for incoming students so you should arrive at SGH before 14 February 2021. 

****) CEMS MIM students of Term 2 are expected NOT TO LEAVE SGH before 14 June 2021.

 

 
CAMPUS MAP
 

  

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Campus buildings:

A - Building "A" (CPM & CEMS Office site) - ul. Rakowiecka 24 
B - SGH Library (Building „B”) - ul. Rakowiecka 22 B
C - Building "C" - al. Niepodległości 128 
G - Building "G" (main building) - al. Niepodległości 162
M - Building "M" - ul. Madalińskiego 6/8 - Faculty building
S - Building "S" - ul. Batorego 8 (under construction)
W  Building "W" - ul. Wiśniowa 41 
1 - Student dormitory No. 1 "Sabinki" - al. Niepodległości 147
2.. "Park" students' club - al. Niepodległości 196
3. Student dormitory No. 3 "Grosik" - ul. Madalińskiego 31/33
 
Public transport:

A – Bus stop
M – Metro station “Pole Mokotowskie” entrances
T – Tram stop


CEMS AND SGH GRADING TABLE

CEMS is using the ECTS Grading Scale when assessing CEMS courses that are translated from local grading systems of all member schools. At SGH, the grades' conversion into ECTS Grading Scale (used in CEMS) and grading table (recommended and used when transferring grades between partner schools) is performed on the basis of the presented below table:

 

Official ECTS Grading Table ​

​Former ECTS Grading Scale (used for translation of SGH into CEMS grades)

​SGH grade ​Grading
percentage*
​Accumulated
percentage*
​ECTS grade ​Definition
​5.0 ​23.5% ​23.5% ​A ​Very Good – outstanding performance with only minor errors
​4.5 16.2%​ ​39.7% ​B ​Good Plus – above average standard, but with some errors
​4.0 ​23.2% 62.9%​ ​C ​Good – generally sound work with a notable number of errors
​3.5 16.3%​ ​79.2% ​D ​Sufficient Plus – fair, but with significant shortcomings
​3.0 20.8%​ ​100.0% ​E ​Sufficient – performance meets the minimum criteria
​2.0 -​ ​- ​F ​Fail – considerable further work is required

*) Based on the total number of grades awarded in two-cycle Bachelor and Master studies in the years 2006-2010, verified in May 2014 (based on the distribution of grades in the years 2012-2013, due to change of the grading scale). 

 


SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES


SGH STUDENTS

Most of CEMS students who will study a term abroad in the EU countries may be eligible for Erasmus+ Scholarships. In order to get a scholarship, you have to fill in several documents. A detailed list of documents, schedules, and requirements necessary to obtain Erasmus+ scholarship is available at the Erasmus website at SGH.
 
On top of that, there are separate funds offered by our partner institutions to encourage students to go or stay aborad. In case of availability of such scholarhsips you will be informed by the CEMS Office at SGH.
 
 
 

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