Courses Offer 2019/2020

The Wrocław University of Economics has a wide range of courses taught in English available for Polish and international students. The courses are divided into two sections:
  • English courses for Erasmus and Free Movers students, and
  • Regular English programs.
Students can choose from more than 100 courses which are dedicated in particular to Erasmus and Free Mover Students. You can find the current offer of courses available for international students in this file.
A course will run provided a minimum number of participants are confirmed for the course. The required minimum is 10 participants.
While choosing your courses, please check the syllabus which is provided under the courses offer. In case of any questions concerning the courses or your Learning Agreement, please contact Mrs Anna Witek-Crabb, our ECTS Coordinator at

All syllabi for Erasmus English Courses can be found HERE.

PLEASE NOTE, the current offer of courses may be subject to change!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students are allowed to take courses for a total of 35 ECTS per semester as a maximum!

All fields of studies listed below are taught in English, and they are mainly addressed to Polish students willing to obtain their diploma in a foreign language. However, Erasmus and Free Mover students are welcome to join the groups and study the subjects which they find interesting or useful in their course of study. This option is subject to places availability.
Students can choose from the following English programs:
Bachelor programs
  • BSIF – Bachelor Studies in Finance
  • BIIB – Bachelor in International Business
  • BI – Business Informatics
  • BIMM – Bachelor in Management and Marketing
  • BBM – Bachelor of Business Management
Master programs
  • MSIF – Master Studies in Finance
  • MIIB – Master in International Business
  • MBM – Master of Business Management
You can find the current offer of BA and MA courses available for international students (check BA or MA tag) in this file.
Syllabuses for Bachelor and Master courses can be found HERE.
Instruction on how to find syllabuses for Bachelor/Master courses.

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