One of our newest members – Wrocław School of Economics, which has been in existence for more than 25 years, has been promoted to Academy in Applied Sciences and rebranded.
This is how Rector Dr. Roman Fulneczek justified the decision in a few words:
“Changing the name of a non-public university to a name containing the words ‘Academy of Applied Sciences’ can be done after obtaining the approval of the Minister of Higher Education and Science at the request of the Rector of the university or its founder.” In order to obtain the status of an academy, several conditions had to be met, including that the academy must have been in operation for at least 10 years, provide first- or second-cycle studies in at least five majors. Another very important condition is that none of the fields of study conducted by the academy has been assessed negatively as a result of the Polish Accreditation Commission’s evaluation of the quality of education. These and other requirements the university has met. Our application submitted to the Minister has been reviewed and approved.”
We sincerely congratulate and wish you continued success!