Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy (WSGE), was created by a decision of the Minister of National Education and Sport (DSW-3-4001-689/TT/02) on the 18th November 2002 and registered as a private University under the identification number 115.
International cooperation and programmes:
International cooperation is very crucial point at University. We have students from Italy, Spain, Turkey, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Tajikistan, Ghana, Egypt.
We run Bachelor, Engineering and Master Programmes. Besides that we can offer summer schools, postgraduate studies, courses and specialized trainings.
The Goals of the University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów:
The main goal of the University is to link the education in Poland and business, as well as to prepare WSGE graduates to be professional and well educated employee.
Our study programmes reflect the ministerial requirements and match the demands of an innovative economy.
The education process is supported by European projects and grants. A rich variety of trainings, internships (partly co-financed by WSGE), workshops, postgraduate studies help both the didactic staff and students and graduates to constantly develop and to acquire new qualifications.
Our courses are in the form of traditional lectures, tutorials, lab classes:
The University regularly contributes to the academic environment by publishing reports in its own magazine that boasts of ministerial recognition.
WSGE runs a career advisory service that monitors professional activity of their graduates. It carries out research in their workplaces in order to evaluate their competitiveness on the job market. The WSGE graduates usually find employment in local and central state authority institutions.
European education programs:
WSGE widely make use of European Union education programs. The most popular is LLP Erasmus that fosters participation the University’s students and its cadre and staff in international academic exchange. Within the LLP Erasmus programme students can also go on an i nternational internship. To better promote inter-universities partnership, WSGE launched the distance learning system commonly referred to as E-Learning.
WSGE and high schools coopperation:
Since the opening of the University it has been in close contact in high schools.
Education and training campaigns for the youth are launched as well as general knowledge contests in close conjunction with other national institutions, e.g the Police authorities. WSGE take pains to maintain cooperation with other Polish universities concerning
running second-cycle studies. It focuses on the education offer, the realization of research programs and obtaining financial education assistance from the UK.