Bachelor of Organizations

Level of Studies: first cycle students Type of studies: full-time (weekdays) Duration: 3 years
Language of instruction: English Professional title: licentiate (licencjat) Educational profile: general academic
 Tuition Fee 1000 PLN

Programme description

Governance of Organizations (GOO) is an innovative and interdisciplinary course for students interested in acquiring unique knowledge and skills in the area of leadership and management of organizations. Global and digital organizations are increasingly seeking employees with interdisciplinary skills and a strong set of soft competences. The GOO undergraduate program is designed to equip you with precisely these qualities, preparing you for employment in a diverse array of organizations, both in the public and private sectors. Alternatively, it serves as an excellent foundation for furthering your education through second-cycle studies.

The GOO course also offers additional guidance for high school graduates who may still be exploring their future career paths. By integrating various scientific disciplines and delving into their unique methodologies, the program provides an opportunity for students to make well-informed decisions about their career paths.

The interdisciplinary study program is divided into three groups of subjects in the areas:

  • political science and administration,
  • law,
  • communication and media

Additional classes are offered to develop soft skills, such as project-based work, management of conflicts, argumentation skills, public speaking, the use of artificial intelligence (AI), and many more.

The language of instruction is English. Moreover, the curriculum envisages an intensive course in a foreign language (preferably German) up to B2 level.

Example of courses

Graduate competencies

Gain knowledge and skills, particularly in the rapidly developing and innovative areas of:

  • ESG (environment, social and governance)
  • Compliance management
  • Communication (including political and business communication)
  • Lamguage skills (English and additional foreign language)
  • Soft skills competences (project-based work, management of conflicts, argumentation skills, public speaking, the use of artificial intelligence (AI))

Career prospects

Employment in the public sector:

  • government agencies and national and international administrative bodies, as well as in EU institutions.

Employment in the private sector:

  • different business units, foundations, associations, and NGOs.

Your undergraduate profile provides a solid groundwork for advancing into second-cycle studies. You will have a wide array of MA courses to choose from, offered in various countries, universities, and languages.

Additional information

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