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Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)

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Please do not contact this university directly.
For all enquiries please contact the Exchange Office at exchange@otago.ac.nz.
Last updated September, 2016

Academic Information

Language of Instruction

English and Polish.
Courses in English are available in all areas of study.

Polish language courses
Exchange students may attend "Polish for Beginners" classes. This course is free to exchange students.

Course Information

Course Descriptions

 

Warsaw School of Economics SGH

Semester Dates

  • Academic Year: September-June
  • Fall Semester: September-January
  • Spring Semester: February – June

Semester Dates

Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements

  • Minimum Course Load: 30 ECTS
  • Maximum Course Load: 40 ECTS

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Accommodation and the Cost of Living

Accommodation

SGH has on-campus housing (double occupation rooms with shared facilities). Registration for housing is done during the on-line application process on a "first come, first-served" basis.
 

Estimated Cost of Living

Additional Information

Additional Information

Student Visa and Insurance

Information on Student Visas and Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.

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Exchange Experiences

The University, City and Region

The University

The Warsaw School of Economics, established in 1906, is the oldest university of economics and management in Poland and one of the leading universities in Eastern Europe. Don't be fooled by the name of the school, SGH teaches a lot more than just Economics! SGH offers many programmes taught in English including Accounting, Management, Economics, Finance and Banking, International Relations, Information Systems, Politics and History.
More Information: The City of Warsaw

Warsaw 2Today, Warsaw is an extraordinary city, in which historic buildings, palaces, churches and architectural complexes, destroyed during World War II, have been reconstructed with great care. It has a lively arts centre and is the country's cultural capital. Numerous theatres, cinemas and dozens of museums and galleries contribute to its rich cultural offerings.

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Further Information

For further information about Otago Global Student Exchange please email exchange@otago.ac.nz