The University is opening up to new types of educational services by broadening the range of postgraduate courses which are run jointly with business institutions, such as the Specialist Training Centre of the Border Guard, the BZ WBK Santander Group and the BZ WBK Foundation as well as the European Centre for Entrepreneurship.

Thanks to the agreement concluded in 2013 with the Mazovia Energy Agency as part of the Mazovia Energy Cluster for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources, UKSW students and academics have the opportunity to participate in the implementation of projects concerning the development of entrepreneurship and innovation.


"Developing relationships with the economic environment aims at the creation and commercialization of innovation, the creation of curricula which take into account the needs of employers and the promotion of creativity and entrepreneurship among students. A crucial issue is also raising funds for research from non-public sources."

/UKSW Mission and Strategy, 2013/ 

UKSW cooperates with:
  • The Żoliborz Borough in Warsaw. Under the agreement concluded in 2015, the two institutions work together towards their educational, social and cultural goals.
  • The Ministry of Economy. In 2013 a letter of intent about a joint activity aiming at the development of social dialogue, the promotion of ethical values in business and the development of entrepreneurship was signed. These activities reflect the values of the constitutional law proclaiming that social market economy based on the freedom of business activity, private property, as well as the solidarity, dialogue and cooperation between social partners is the foundation of the economic system of the Republic of Poland. Conferences, seminars, workshops, and courses, as well as scientific work and research, will be carried out in cooperation with the Ministry.
  • The Centre for Thought of John Paul II. Under the agreement concluded in 2013 the centre will carry out a series of ‘Karol Wojtyła Fellowship seminars’, which aim at providing opportunities the of faith and knowledge to intersect and the search for answers to questions concerning God and the European identity.
  • Specialist Training Centre of the Border Guard in Lubań. The agreement signed in 2013 refers to the co-creation of Postgraduate Studies entitled ‘Identification of Selected Cultural Groups in the Context of Difficulties with their Returns’. They target officers of Border Guards within Project Edition 2013/2014 co-financed by the European Fund for Immigrants Returns.
  • BZ WBK, Santander Group and BZ WBK Foundation. The Cooperation agreement was signed in 2013 which allowed for the creation of a state-of-the-art radio and TV techniques workshop.


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