The issue of the quality of education is of key importance to us, therefore it is one of the most essential elements of the university's development strategy. We regulate quality issues in teaching, management and scientific research in a systemic way, through activities carried out by the units established for this purpose: Quality and Innovation Center, Rector's Plenipotentiary for Education Quality and the University Commission for Education Quality.
One of the main conditions for high-quality education at WSB University is the implementation of the assumptions of the University's Internal Education Quality Assurance System. It is consistent with international standards defined, among others in the Bologna Declaration as well as with the assumptions of the higher education system in Poland.
The quality of education means for us also proper preparation of students for active professional life. This is achieved by educational programs, the contents of which are adapted to the requirements of the labor market and meet the demand for specific professional qualifications, all thanks to their regular improvement in cooperation with practitioners, educators and business partners. We are highly rated in the "Economic fate of graduates" category in the most important national rankings, but our efforts are appreciated primarily by graduates who find employment easily, as well as by employers and accreditation institutions.
There is the University's Internal Education Quality Assurance System, the procedures of which cover all forms of education at the University.
The main objectives of the System are:
The System is in particular for:
The WSB University regularly undergoes processes verifying the quality of education - both in the national and international arena. Accreditations carried out by impartial organizations such as Ceeman, KAUT or the Polish Accreditation Commission are the best indicator of assessing the quality of the education process at the University. They are also a contribution to activities for the constant improvement of the quality of educational processes at AWSB by pointing to areas that require change, improvement or further development.
Accreditations of the Polish Accreditation Commission (PKA)
The mission of PKA is to conduct program and institutional (currently comprehensive) evaluations at Polish universities and to formulate applications for granting authorization to conduct specific fields of study.
AWSB is the first private university in Poland to receive a distinctive institutional assessment. For this reason, the faculty is not subject to further accreditations for the next 6 years.