Kozminski University (KU)

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Programs: Semester & Year

About KU

Kozminski University, founded in 1993, is a private institution of higher education with full academic rights. The university has obtained Polish and international accreditations, as well as excellent results in global and national educational rankings which shows the high quality of its programs and services. Due to these qualities KU diplomas themselves have become coveted. The university’s offer includes various bachelor, master’s, MBA’s as well as Ph.D. programs. All of these are also offered in English.
 
Since 2009 Kozminski University is classified in the prestigious educational rankings provided by the ‘Financial Times’ – Business School rankings, which include the best universities from around the world. Moreover, for the past 13 consecutive years it holds first place throughout private universities in educational rankings published by ‘Perspektywy’ and ‘Rzeczpospolita’ and ‘WPROST’. Kozminski University also received a special distinction from the National Accreditation Committee in regards to the management program.

Eligibility & Prerequisites

  • All undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline are permitted to participate
  • 2.5 GPA minimum
  • Must have completed at least two major terms

Program Dates & Deadlines

Fall Semester Dates: early September to mid-January

  • Deadline to indicate intent to participate: April 1
  • Deadline to submit application documents to Education Abroad Office: April 15

Winter Semester Dates: mid-February to late June

  • Deadline to indicate intent to participate: October 1
  • Deadline to submit application documents to Education Abroad Office: October 15

Tuition & Fees

Students pay regular UM-Flint tuition and fees. 

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Area(s) of Study

Business. View courses offered at KU and complete a Learning Agreement with Dr. Yener Kandogan. 

Housing and Living Costs

The University does not have a campus dormitory, but it does assists foreign students in their    housing needs. Apartments and rooms are usually rented in Warsaw through a network of agencies specializing in short term furnished accommodation or through agreements with individual landlords. Students are asked to apply for housing as soon as possible.
 
Students can expect to spend approximately $865 - $1,065 per month depending on accommodations and lifestyle. Some expenses include:

  • Accommodation: Approximately $450 - $650 per month
  • Meals: Approximately $250 per month
  • Local transportation: Approximately $16 per month
  • Other expenses: Approximately $150 per month

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