is the second oldest economic university in Poland. KUE offers a wide range of first- and second-cycle degrees conducted in English. These programs are open to Polish and international candidates, all of whom seek high-quality education in English.
Our educational offer in English is based on 98 years of KUE history, and includes English-lingual programs in international economics, finance, accounting, management, business, computing, international relations.
As a Polish public university, KUE awards internationally recognized degrees of “Licencjat” (EU first-cycle, Bachelor) and “Magister” (EU second-cycle, Master).
Doctoral studies (EU third-cycle) are also offered in English for Polish and international candidates.
Krakow University of Economics is located in the very center of Krakow – at 27 Rakowicka Street.
The large, green campus, with an area of over 7 hectares, houses almost all the buildings of the University. It provides an enclosed space dedicated to education and research.
KUE students have access to modern, digitized lecture halls, extensive library facilities with printed and electronic books, huge e-resources, specialized laboratories, sports facilities, as well as many locations of services such as food and drink.
Everything a student needs, can be found in one amazing location!
Through its extensive network of academic partnerships, KUE offers its students opportunities for undertaking international education, including mobility (semester exchange), double-diploma programs, international internships, study trips.
This is possible through participation in programs such as Erasmus + or CEEPUS. Student mobility is supported by the International Programs Office.
Every year, international mobility students from partner institutions come to KUE for short and long programs, enriching the international atmosphere at the University.
KUE is proud to support students activities in over 40 Scientific Clubs, 10 Student Organizations and 22 Sports Sections.
Support for students with disabilities is offered by the Office for Persons with Disabilities.