AFMKU is investing significant resources in internationalisation and successively extending foreign linkages. We have been gradually developing with a view to accepting more students from abroad as our long-term priority. A modern and exciting learning environment with facilities in which you can study and relax has been created. Students, who do not speak Polish, can find an attractive alternative in programmes that are conducted in the English language which include: International Business, International Tourism, The International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy, English in Business, MBA, School of English Law.
Medical Doctor: A Profession of Public Trust. The profession of physician is highly prestigious and enjoys social trust, however there are fewer and fewer practitioners in the field. This shortage will soon be a serious problem. In July 2015, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University obtained the necessary entitlements to offer medical studies and commenced educating future doctors in October 2016. This is the very first non-public university in Poland to do so.
At AFMKU we prepare you to face present and future challenges in the international business world. Through our unique learning environment and state-of-the-art facilities, you can gain knowledge, skills and experiences to stand out from the crowd in your future career. International Business is a first-cycle programme run by the Faculty of Law, Administration and International Relations.
The courses are conducted by the Polish as well as foreign visiting lecturers. Students get an opportunity to study over 30 courses in 3 years (6 semesters) including such standard subjects as Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, IT, International Political Relations, Sociology, Mathematics, Law, Accounting, International Trade, Statistics, Marketing or Intercultural Communication in Business and Management. The programme of studies also involves a pertinent four-week practical training. Upon the completion of studies, graduates receive Bachelor diplomas issued in accordance with the Bologna Process.
International Tourism We are undertaking various initiatives aiming at the internationalisation of our institution. Within the Human Capital Programme run by the European Union, we have developed an academic programme in International Tourism which is run by the Faculty of Law, Administration and International Relations.
It is a first-cycle programme which lasts 3 years (6 semesters) and finishes with the Bachelor diploma. Courses are conducted by top specialists in the field of tourism including members of UNWTO and visiting professors. Eligible students are able to get a substantial financial support. Elements of e-learning are implemented in the programme of studies as well.
The International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy The studies offer a core curriculum emphasizing the traditional academic components of International Relations with a focus on the role of soft power and Cultural Diplomacy in contemporary global affairs.
Description: A program that focus on the systematic study of international politics and institutions, and the conduct of diplomacy and foreign policy. The required and elective courses you would like take. Course are listed here that are illustrative of the breadth of topics you are likely to experience were you to major In this field.
English in Business
You are offered a unique opportunity to study English and acquire fundamental understanding of business, which gives you a good start to pursue your career in the world of globalised economy. The core language course develops your general skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening, ensuring that you acquire high levels of linguistic competence. You also learn basics of translation and develop your presentation skills. The studies comprise lectures and classes in English and American history, culture and literature plus rudiments of linguistics and history of the English language. You also take courses that improve your knowledge of business. Moreover, you do an obligatory 120-hour course in another foreign language. Like other programmes at AFMKU, this course of studies gives you a chance to develop your practical abilities during four weeks of internship in publishing houses, culture and media institutions, business companies, travel agencies or offices of public administration. Only three of compulsory subjects: Latin, Information Technology and History of Philosophy are conducted in the Polish language. This first-cycle programme is run by the Faculty of Psychology and Humanities and lasts 3 years (6 semesters). Upon the completion of the studies graduates receive a Bachelor degree.
For more information please contact:
Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Faculty of Psychology and Humanities,
ul. Gustawa Herlinga Grudzińskiego 1, 30-705 Krakow, Poland;
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Our MBA programme is conducted along with a British partner institution – University of Bedfordshire. It is a high-standard post-graduate offer for experienced managers, professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders who would like to improve their skills and acquire knowledge of recent developments in the sphere of management.
The courses include: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management; Accounting for Leaders; Strategic Finance; Strategy; Leading and Managing People; Operations and Project Management; Marketing Management; E-Business Management; Business English. Upon a completion of the two-year programme you receive an MBA diploma awarded by the University of Bedfordshire.
School of English Law
This unique programme of studies is targeting law students, law professionals as well as all those people who are interested in learning about the intricacies of the British legal system. It is not a degree programme, but after completing their studies, which last four semesters, students get a certificate of Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University.
The programme is run by the Faculty of Law, Administration and International Relations in co-operation with teaching staff from excellent British universities in Oxford, Cambridge, York or Hull. Every course lasts 30 teaching hours run in two-week modules.