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Kozminski University

Business school in Warsaw, Poland

date of foundation: 1993

Kozminski University (formerly known as Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management; in Polish, Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego) is a private, non profit business school in Warsaw, Poland, and is considered to be "Poland’s highest rated private university". It was established in 1993 and named after Leon Koźmiński, a Polish professor of economics and entrepreneurship, and also the father of Andrzej Koźmiński, the founder and the first rector of the school. It is one of the top business schools in the world, contains the Central Eastern campus of ESCP as of 2015, and the only institution of higher education in Poland, holding the "triple accreditation (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB)". Less than 1% of business education providers worldwide hold these three major international quality accreditations. The Financial Times named the university as the best business school in Poland and Central Europe.Kozminski University has obtained the right to confer the degree of doctor in five areas: management, economics, law, finance and sociology, as well as the right to confer the degree of habilitated doctor in the areas of management, economics and law. The university has a distinction of the Polish Accreditation Commission for four faculties: management, finance and accounting, law and administration. There are over 8000 students at Kozminski University. It offers bachelor's and master's degrees, a doctoral school, as well as post-graduate studies, including MBA programmes, in Polish and English. It also offers training and courses, and development programmes for companies. The university is fully prepared to conduct classes also in the remote mode.
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