Vistula University an international business school based in Warsaw is one of the first private universities in Poland. It was established in 1992 as the University of Insurance and Banking. Its branch since 2019, is Aleksander Gieysztor Academy of Humanities in Pułtusk. Vistula University together with the Warsaw School of Tourism and Hospitality Management constitute the Vistula Group of Universities.
Vistula University is an international business school characterized by a multicultural and innovative approach to the teaching process. The lectures are held by the best teachers, in such a way that guarantees high-quality education for students.
Today, Vistula University offers programs in English and Polish in several fields including Economics, Computer Science, International Relations, Tourism and Recreation, Philology, and Sociology. Vistula University also offers unique double-degree diplomas with London South Bank University and Hilbert College in the USA.
Students of Vistula University are provided with classrooms equipped with air conditioning, modern multimedia equipment, interactive whiteboards, projectors, and free WI-Fi. The library has a collection of books, periodicals, digital media to support research activities, 130 comfortable spaces for students in the reading room, and 30 desktops, 2 of which have access to the LEX POLONICA research database.
Vistula University takes the 6th place in the prestigious ranking of non-public higher education institutions “Perspektywy” 2022 and has ACCA, CEEMAN IQA, and PMI accreditations.
Warsaw is Poland’s capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.
Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, stroll along the old city walls, and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.
Vistula University provides all students with an option to live in the Vistula dormitory. The Vistula School of Hospitality Dormitory offers double rooms which occupy a maxim of two students. Each room has two single beds, two bedside tables, small chests of drawers by the beds, two wardrobes for clothes, two desks, two office lamps, two office lamps, an electric kettle, and two cups. Moreover, there is a shared bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen
The Vistula University actively cooperates with foreign universities, secondary schools, institutions, industries, companies, NGOs, media, and other operators of public and private sectors worldwide, which determines the development of education and research studies at the university.
Students and lecturers come from 100 countries, and all fields of study are also conducted in English. Vistula University participates in serious socio-cultural, environmental, business, and other multidimensional projects globally.
Students of Vistula University can take part in international exchange programs under the Socrates, Erasmus, and other international education programs. The university cooperates with a number of universities including:
Students have opportunities to travel abroad for study tours, summer schools, and professional training programs.
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