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Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

University of Economy is a non-state institution of higher education. Its foundation was preceded by a ten-year experience gained from providing post-secondary education aimed at qualifying staff for free market economy, in particular for tourism sector as well as for the use of modern IT technologies in company management. The education profile was embedded in the University’s name – Pomeranian University of Tourism and Hotel Management. It is still reflected in the character of the University and its current name – The University of Economy.University of Economy is the name officially used since January 2005. Earlier, the university was known as the Pomeranian University of Tourism and Hotel Management. The University was founded by KOLFER Company, one of the first private institutions in the region that was professionally engaged in national and international tourism. Once the innovative management and IT technologies proved to be effective in KOLFER, the company commenced training courses in the following areas: tourism, hotel industry, IT, economy, and foreign languages. 

In 1995, the Complex of Vocational Colleges was founded with the same rights as state schools educating and giving qualifications necessary to work in the following sectors: tourism, hotel industry, IT business and public administration.

What are the admissions criteria?

The application deadlines are September 30th (for fall) and January 31st (for spring). 

What is student life like?

The university's modern campus is located in the very center of Bydgoszcz. it includes 13 buildings and recreational facilities in a compact complex with established greenery in a picturesque bend of the Brda River. Excellent transport links and proximity to rail and bus stations, as well as an international airport, are additional advantages. 

The University of Economy has over 30 different sports clubs to choose from, all of them associated with the University Sports Association (AZS). Most of the clubs are open to all UoE students of any skill level, and some of them unite only professional sportsmen studying at the university. The sports clubs at the university succeed in sports competitions at regional, nationwide and international levels. Eight students from our university took part in the London 2012 Olympics and three of them: Beata Mikolajczyk, Magdalena Fularczyk, and Adrian Zielinski won medals. In addition, UoE students are winners of many other international sports competitions.

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Housing options.

The University cooperates with several dormitories in Bydgoszcz. These dormitories belong to other universities; however, all international students who come to Bydgoszcz can apply for a place there. Housing in the student residences costs from 100 to 500 euros per month.

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