Registration for the 2012-13 academic year
Don’t hesitate – register for the next academic year (beginning Nov. 2012) today.
people of all ages, who have passed the high-school leaving exams this year, 10, 20 or 30 years ago, or even earlier
candidates with either the new or the older version of high-school leaving exams (regardless of the subjects taken)
people disappointed with the quality of education at other universities
students seeking a school where a flexible organization of studies would allow them to reconcile a professional career with fulfilling family responsibilities and studying
students who want to pursue a second degree (there are several organizational regulations to facilitate that)
people with an undergraduate degree who want to pursue a Master’s degree (there are new, attractive courses of study available)
Take advantage of our offer and become one of 7000 students at The School of Banking and Management in Cracow, a prestigious educational institution that offers courses in:Interesting specializations are available in each of the courses of study from our offer.
Admission is based on the order of applications! There are no entrance exams!
Classes begin in November and February.
We invite you to register in the main building of our school at Kijowska 14 in Cracow or in the registration office at the educational centre in Myślenice. Registration for Master’s degree studies can also be done at The School of Economics and Information Technology (Cracow, Filipa 17) and The School of Economics (Cracow, Smoleńsk 14).
You can also register online by filling in the forms for:
- undergraduate studies (Bachelor’s or Engineering degree)
- graduate studies (Master’s degree)
- postgraduate studies
Registration is open throughout the whole year. Candidates can choose from stationary studies (4 days a week; classes available also in the afternoon) or non-stationary studies (Saturday and Sunday every other week). Both forms of study are facilitated online.
Remember! Every student is eligible to participate in a scholarship program, similarly to the students from public universities.
1/3 of the students receive some form of financial aid.
Our students are also eligible for student loans.