WSB University in Poznań


WSB University in Poznań is a non-state higher education institution. It was founded in 1994 as the first of the nine WSB Universities that currently make up Poland’s largest group of higher education institutions. In 1998 the University established its branch campus in Chorzów, southern Poland, called Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Poznaniu, Wydział Zamiejscowy w Chorzowie. Another branch campus called Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Poznaniu, Wydział Ekonomiczny w Szczecinie was established in Szczecin, northern Poland, in 2008. Although the two branch campuses are part of WSB University in Poznań they are independent academic units with their own deans, faculty and departments.

The mission of WSB University in Poznań is expressed in the following words:


Partners in developing professional careers


Each element of the mission is infused with meaning as follows:
We aim to be partners for our students, graduates and employees by building friendly relationships and creating opportunities for exchanging and sharing ideas. We create opportunities for their professional and personal development by providing educational and organizational support.  We make sure our students are equipped with skills and competencies that meet the labor market requirements. We make sure that our graduates equipped with practical skills pursue their professional careers in all walks of life. We help our faculty enhance their teaching skills and provide conditions for their  involvement in research projects. We make sure our administrative staff benefit from the development opportunities that the University provides.