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EU-funded projects

Projects we are currently implementing

1. „A Remarkable University”

A project which is being implemented between November 4th, 2019 and October 30th, 2023, co-financed by the European Social Fund of the European Union from the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development for the period 2014-2020, Priority Axis 3 Higher Education for Economy and Development, Action 3.5 Complex University Programmes.

The main goal of the project is to improve the access to the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw in terms of: architecture, communication, website administration, IT tools, and teaching procedures, all of which will contribute to making our University 100% accessible to persons with different kinds and degrees of disability. The project has been implemented since November 4th, 2019 and will last until October 30th, 2023.

The project involves introducing new classes to our offer, as well as providing support in different forms for candidates and students who require assistance (also including those not holding a certificate of disability) and for teaching and administration staff of the University. The project complements and extends the activity of the Persons with Disabilities Bureau.

The project is aimed at 106 students with disabilities as well as at 105 employees, including 51 members of our administration staff and 54 members of our teaching staff who are interested in participating.

Our new offer of assistance is composed of various Programmes. Find out more about the projects and their recruitment process.

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2. „Vision of the Future”

A project implemented from April 1st, 2019 to March 31st, 2023. Aimed at students, teaching and research staff and administration staff of the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw.

The main goal of the project is to increase the effectiveness of managing and quality of teaching at the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw in order to ensure professional teaching adjusted to the requirements of the job market, to be achieved within 4 years, by undertaking actions such as:

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improving competencies of the University’s students which are key from the perspective of the economy and the job market, community, and development of the country, involving 470 students who start studying a modernized course in Psychology, either full-time or part-time, as well as participating in trainings;

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improving managerial skills of 25 members of the University’s management and administration staff by offering them training tailored to their individual needs;

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improving teaching competencies of 54 members of the University’s teaching staff by enabling them to participate in trainings, thanks to which they will be able to introduce innovative forms and methods to their teaching, resulting in an improvement of teaching quality;

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increasing the effectiveness of management and availability of information by implementing and modernizing an integrated IT system to support managing the University, which will enable long-term development and increase competitiveness of the University on the educational market.

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3. „University Closer to Business”

„A Complex Development Program for the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw​” – project implemented from September 3rd 2018, to August 30th, 2022.

The main goal of the project is to increase the quality of teaching and the effectiveness of management within the framework of a complex programme “University Closer to Business – an integrated program for the development of the University of Finance and Management”, to be achieved within 4 years, by conducting activities such as:

enhancing the practical nature of teaching by implementing the programme „School of Business Practitioners”, which involves teachers active in their professional field imparting lectures and workshops intended for 1095 students in their last two semesters of BA studies, independently of the programme of study;

increasing the internationalization of the University by preparing and implementing two new study programmes in English intended for 150 persons, including a minimum of 90 foreigners;

improving the quality of the educational offer, the effectiveness of management and the availability of information by implementing and modernizing an integrated IT system for managing the University, which will enable long-term development and increase the University’s competitiveness;

increasing job opportunities for students in their last 1-4 semesters of BA studies by organizing high-quality internships for 358 students;

enhancing professional competencies and managerial skills of 62 members of administration staff by offering them training tailored to their individual needs;

enhancing teaching skills of 91 members of the research and teaching staff by enabling them to participate in special tailor-made training;

enhancing competencies of 700 students of the University of Finance and Management which constitute key skills from the perspective of the economy and development of the country.

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Projects implemented between 2009 and 2022

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„University of Democracy​”

The main goal of the project was to prepare a teaching programme and undertake teaching activities (such as workshops, training, direct workplace mentoring in cooperation with the Employment Office) in order to develop competencies which will allow students to be active socially and on the job market, expand their general and expert knowledge and develop their interests, fostering educational and cultural activity, preventing social exclusion. The project involves 900 students (500 girls and 400 boys) currently in primary and secondary schools (aged 12-19) in various regions of Poland by offering them the possibility to participate in educational activities.

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„Universities closer to foreign students – international programme for the promotion of Polish universities​”

A project implemented between January 2nd, 2019 and December 31st, 2019. It was financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange as part of the Modern Foreign Promotion Programme. The aim of the project was to participate in seven international fairs: in Vietnam (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City); Russia (Krasnoyarsk and Novosibirsk); Thailand (Bangkok), Uzbekistan (Samarkanda, Bukhra) in order to promote our University abroad.

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„Postgraduate studies for employees of the judicial system – Restructuring Law, Bankruptcy Law, and Finance Law”

A project implemented between November 1st, 2016 and August 31st, 2018. The project involved conducting two editions of postgraduate studies for 80 employees of the judicial system specializing in economy, in particular in restructuring law, bankruptcy law and finance law, who were interested in gaining knowledge, improving their competencies and learning practical skills in said fields, as well as gaining non-legal knowledge useful in prosecuting economic crimes and tax offences and when ruling in cases of economic crime.

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„Plan your career with Vizja!”

A project implemented from September 1st, 2016 to August 31st, 2018, thanks to which 480 students in their last two semesters of either BA or MA studies in the fields of: Management, Finance and Accounting, Political Studies, Psychology and Law were offered assistance in business-related issues and in the form of personal career advising. After the project was completed, a Balance of competencies was created. To learn more, please visit www.kariera.vizja.pl.

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„IT specialists in business – programme for development of the University of Information Technologies”

 The project was aimed at first-year, second-year and third-year IT students of the University of Information Technologies. It was implemented between 2013 and 2015. To learn more, please visit www.informatycywbiznesie.vizja.net.

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„GRADYS”

Software including simulation activities with VR elements to support cognitive functions in people who age normally and pathologically due to dementia, financed from the funds of the Social Innovations programme, implemented in partnership with the Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz.

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