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Biuro Programu WEMBA
Szkoła Główna Handlowa
ul. Rakowiecka 24, pok. 104
02–521 Warszawa
tel./fax +48 22 849 5374
tel. +48 22 849 9733
+48 22 564 9770..9773
http://wemba.edu.pl

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Welcome to the Warsaw Executive MBA program, offered jointly by the Warsaw School of Economics, Poland, and the University of Minnesota, USA.

Please be informed that we will be closing the WEMBA program and we will not recruit any new candidates.

Curriculum

The program curriculum is based on a classical American MBA program. The studies last 18 months (4 semesters). During the first three semesters, students acquaint themselves with basic management issues. In the fourth semester, they select a specialization, as well as they participate in the Virtual Team Project and in the International Residency Session at the University of Minnesota. More »

Studies

The courses are conducted three times a month on Saturdays and Sundays. They are taught in English.Students can postpone their studies and complete them within 5 years from the date of beginning the program. WEMBA students, graduates, faculty and administrators use the Internet communication system, called Memento. More »

MBA Diploma

WEMBA program alumni receive an MBA title and diploma awarded by the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management. The diploma is exactly the same as awarded to the graduates completed their MBA studies in the U.S. More »

Virtual Team Project

WEMBA students, together with their colleagues from three other Executive MBA programs run by the University of Minnesota in Austria, China and the U.S., prepare their business projects working for a few months in their international teams. At the end of their studies, in May, they participate in the International Residency Session at the University of Minnesota.

Alumni Association

The WEMBA alumni association was founded in 1996. It is a Warsaw branch of the alumni association of the Carslon School of Management, which is the business school of the University of Minnesota. More »