Kozminski University was established in 1993 to meet the high demand for managerial and entrepreneurial skills in Poland. The school is located in a rapidly growing industrial district of Warsaw, and is accessible to the rest of the city through a strong public transportation system. There are more than 6000 students enrolled in the various programs. The school is recognized as one of the best business schools in Eastern Europe and is the only Polish business school to have received the prestigious EQUIS accreditation
Warsaw is located in the very heart of the country and close to the center of Europe. There are few places with equally interesting history and relics of the past, or places where the past intertwines with the present. This gives the city a unique character. Warsaw has been Poland's capital for the past four centuries, and is the largest city in the country. This lively metropolis is the administrative, business and cultural center of Poland. It is here that the diplomatic missions of other states can be found alongside the seats of political, professional, civic and religious organizations. Learn more about Warsaw.
Kozminski University offers a Buddy Program for international students to help familiarize them with the Polish lifestyle. International students are strongly encouraged to get involved in the many social and cultural activities organized by this program. There are many student facilities and resources on campus such as libraries, seminar rooms, foreign language labs, dining halls, and more. Warsaw offers students a variety of cultural activities including art exhibitions, performances, concerts, and film festivals. There are also cinemas, pubs, cafes, museums, and restaurants available for students to spend their free time.
Fall semester: early October to early February
Spring semester: mid-February to mid-June
Summer break (school closes): June - September
It is recommended that students attend Kozminski for the Academic Year or Spring term only. Fall final exams for the Fall term are held in January.
Use our course equivalency database to see what courses are available at Kozminski that would apply toward your UF degree! Other business courses may be submitted for UF equivalency. Please see an academic advisor for information pertaining to requesting additional equivalencies. Find more courses at Kozminski.
Language of Instruction
While the language of instruction is Polish, there are a wide variety of courses taught in English.
|Kozminski credits||UF credit|
|3 ECTS credits||2 UF credits
(3 X .6 = 1.8)
|4 ECTS credits||2 UF credits
(4 X .6 = 2.4)
|5 ECTS credits||3 UF credits
(5 X .6 = 3)
|6 ECTS credits||4 UF credits
(6 X .6 = 3.6)
|8 ECTS credits||5 UF credits
(8 X .6 = 4.8)
ECTS X .6 = UF credit (rounded)
Credit conversion is on a course-by-course basis - NOT the sum of credits earned.
Credits may post with foreign credits and ECTS credits. UF credit conversion is based on ECTS credits.
|Rough Expense Comparison||Semester at UF||Semester at KU|
|UFIC Admin. Fee||---||$250|
Housing is plentiful and affordable in Warsaw. The exchange advisor at Kozminski can help students arrange for a furnished private studio or shared flat within the city. Public transportation is good and can get you to and from the school.
Poland's central location in Europe facilitates travel to many different locations. Travel through Eastern and Western Europe is easy by train or by airplane. Trips to Scandinavian countries can also be arranged by boat.
For more information please call or email us.
Heavener School of Business
133 Bryan Hall, PO Box 117160
Gainesville, Florida, 32611-7160
- Email Joe Rojo (joe.rojo at warrington.ufl.edu)
- Email Lucy DiLeo (lucy.dileo at warrington.ufl.edu)
- Email Jason Ward (jason.ward at warrington.ufl.edu)
Phone: +4822 519 21 185
Fax: +34 (91) 642 93 3
Email (english at wspiz.edu.pl)