The 4 faculties of the CUE – Economics and International Relations, Finance, Commodity Science, and Management – offer 24 different degree courses and 59 study majors, taught in the Polish language.
It is possible to complete the entire degree programme – whether Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral – in the English language. These programmes are offered on a full-time and part-time basis.
In addition to degree courses, the CUE offers short term, non-degree programmes, such as the “English Track”, often chosen by: exchange students who join the CUE for one or two semesters, Polish students who want to experience studying in an international environment, or professionals who want to upgrade their skills.
We apply for EU grants and develop international educational and research cooperation programmes.
Student Career Centre (ACK) - The aim is to create a platform between the CUE students and the companies, enabling students to gain professional experience, supporting graduates in starting their career and providing companies with dynamic and enthusiastic candidates.
The Office for International Relations is responsible for various activities including:
International students have two options on how to find accommodation in Cracow:
Option 1: self-arranged optionOption 2: Tutor Accommodation Services (real estate agency)
In option 2, flats are provided by real estate agencies which cooperate with the International Programmes Office. Groups of our international students are guided through the process of finding appropriate accommodation by an experienced agent who acts as your accommodation tutor.
Students should fill out the accommodation form and send it back to the International Students Advisor along with their application documents.
Please consider getting in touch with the accommodation tutor if you would like assistance in finding accommodation in Cracow.
The core collection of the Main Library contains publications covering subjects closely related to the disciplines taught at the Cracow University of Economics, such as economy, finance, management and commodity science.
Please note that health insurance is obligatory for international students.
This means that during a temporary stay in Poland, EHIC gives you the right to healthcare benefits necessary for medical reasons. These are delivered by healthcare providers who are contracted for the provision of such services by the Polish National Health Fund (NFZ).
The University campus is conveniently located in the centre of Kraków – Poland’s old capital and one of the country’s most important cities: a famous centre of culture, learning, knowledge, business, and entertainment. The CUE campus lies within easy access to regional, national, and international transportation – the city main transit hub and intercity bus and train station are just around the corner, while the airport is a quick train or taxi ride away – connecting Kraków to major destinations in Europe and the World.
You can practise your favourite sport on the CUE campus. The University owns modern sports facilities, comprising a large indoor hall, fitness rooms, a gym, outdoor tennis courts, a swimming pool and a sauna. All sport facilities are available to students within regular physical education classes as well as for individual sports training.
At the University there are more than 50 student organizations and scientific circles, including the most active representatives of national and international organizations, including the Independent Association of UEK Students , the Local Committee of AIESEC Kraków and the Erasmus Student Network UEK .
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There are a lot of interesting organisations and extra activities at the campus. Classes are fine and most of the teachers are very nice and helpful.
I really liked the field of my studies Because I think that the knowledge that we get on university might be useful in life. Another advantage of my study program was obligatory internship in finance area because it gives you the opportunity to gain some experience in potential future sector in which you might work. I think my university should have an option of choosing...
Overall experience with the law field of study is positive, altough I used to study a different field and through this I have to lower my score. International Logistics was nothing about International and not so much about the logistics. Law itself howewer earns a solid 4/5. It's missing a more practical approach but a most of the things are a spot-on.