In the third quarter of 2017 year the Consumer Finance Market Barometer fell from 58.0 to 55.5 points. Despite the decline, it is worth noting that it is already the tenth consecutive quarter in which the Barometer value exceeds 50 points.
The Financial Times – as every year in September – has published its ranking of Master’s degree programmes in management, “Masters in Management.” Two Master’s programmes at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics were ranked among the world’s best programmes in management. The CEMS Master in Management, co-organised by the SGH as a part of the CEMS alliance, ranked at 9th place, whereas the more ‘traditional’ SGH Management programme moved up from the 73rd to 68th place. The presence of the SGH in the Top 100 attests to the highest quality of education provided by the SGH and to the esteem that the SGH alumni enjoy among prospective employers.
9/8/2017Category: information business indicator
In August 2017 the industrial confidence indicator (ICI) monthly grew by 8.9 pts to +4.4 pts, and is now higher than a year earlier by 4.2 pts.
Application process is open. We welcome candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes conducted in Polish and English
4/28/2017Category: information workshop panel meeting
From 8th to 12th May 2017 International Centre will be hosting representatives of SGH Partner Universities on the International Staff Training Week under Erasmus+ KA107 programme.
SGH Warsaw School of Economics has officially received accreditation from The Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the leading authorities on postgraduate business education. The Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement in postgraduate business education and is earned only by the best post graduate management programmes. AMBA accredits the Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses in less than the top 5% of the world’s business schools.
Poland Business and Education Week took place in Nevada on 13–17 March, organised by the Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development and the Polish-American Chamber of Commerce of Nevada. This initiative – combining educational, political, and business values – was actively supported by the Warsaw School of Economics. The School’s delegation to Nevada comprised Vice Rector for Outreach Prof. Hanna Godlewska-Majkowska, Assoc. Prof. Marcin Wojtysiak-Kotlarski, and Asst. Prof. Paweł Pietrasieński.
On 3rd December 2016, as a part of 28th CEMS Annual Events, CEMS MIM graduation ceremony took place in Stockholm. CEMS MIM diplomas were conferred to 15 out of 30 graduates of SGH Warsaw School of Economics among many form other countries. Ceremony was organised by SSE - Stockholm School of Economics. CEMS MIM is a Master’s Programme in International Management run jointly by CEMS – a strategic alliance of 30 top business schools in the world and around 70 corporate partners.
Financial Times presented the list of top 90 graduate business schools in Europe based on its 2016 rankings. The list comprises results of European business schools in the newspaper's MBA, EMBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education rankings. The result in each of the rankings results the final rank of a business school in the FT list published in December every year. In 2016 SGH was ranked 83rd.
This year recruitment for spring semester has now opened