3 Top Part time 1-year MBAs in Poland

Students who earn a 1-year MBA can be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve management positions in the business world. A Master of Business Administration program typically combines classwork with individual coaching for personal development.

Like many other EU countries, Poland offers inexpensive or even free tuition to EU students. Prospective students should apply directly to their chosen Polish institution. The University of Warsaw, for example, charges between £1,300 and £2,500 per year for its English language courses.

Part time 1-year Master of Business Administration in Poland

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MBA – Innovation and Data Analysis

Institute of Computer Science - Polish Academy of Sciences (IPI PAN)
Campus Part-time 1 year Request Info Poland Warsaw

The Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences(IPI PAN)offers the MBA program taught with support from its Partner, the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University (USA). This is a prestigious and rewarding postgraduate program for managers and those who inspire to become business leaders as well as people working in public administration and non-governmental organizations. The format of the MBA program allows for working and studying simultaneously.

MBA – Marketing and Supply Chain Management

WSPiA Interdisciplinary Centre for Business Studies
Online & Campus Combined Full-time Part-time 1 year Request Info Poland Warsaw + 1 more

You know what you truly want: to complete a respectable and rewarding MBA program, to learn new skills and competencies, to gain in-depth knowledge of subjects what fascinate you, and to further your professional career.

Master of Business Administration

Institute of Economics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Online & Campus Combined Part-time 1 year Request Info Poland Warsaw

INE PAN’s "Master of Business Administration" program is the answer to all of the key problems of the modern management, ranging from the soft aspects, such as leadership, organizational culture, communication, employees recruitment and motivation through consumer behavior, marketing, new media, financial management and enterprise risk , and ending with the best practices of strategic management and managing large organizations in crisis.