Wydział Ekonomii
i Finansów

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
UNIVERSITY OF BIALYSTOK

 

The Faculty of Economics and Finance is one of nine faculties at the University of Bialystok. It was established in 1968 as a college, and in 1997 was granted a university status. Approximately 1500 students study at the Faculty. It conducts PhD studies in economics and a postdoctoral degree as well. A monumental building called “Mr Trębicki’s house” has been the location of the Faculty from the beginning of its existence. Built in the first half of the XIX century was originally a residential building of landowners and industrialists. Later, rebuilt and enlarged was donated for educational purposes.

 

FACULTY AT A GLANCE

1,400+

32+

undergraduate programs

graduate programs

total students

erasmus+ agreements

economics

economics & law

international economic relations

economics

economics & law

international economic relations

 

FACILITIES

 

CONDITIONS FOR STUDYING

STUDIES & PRACTICE

  • Classes in the exact centre of Bialystok
  • Library and two reading rooms
  • Scholarships and awards for academic achievements
  • Virtual Dean's office USOSWeb
  • Online class schedule
  • Schedule of on-line classes
  • Creativity zone
  • Student canteen
  • Classes and lectures are delivered by 71 academics, as well as practitioners - among others from: Statistical Office, City Hall, Customs Chamber, banks, and private enterprises, think tanks and industrial clusters

 

STUDENT ACTIVITY

  • Student Scientific Groups
  • Academic Business Incubators
  • Student Union of the Faculty
  • Student Forum - Business Centre Club - Bialystok Region

STUDY IN BIALYSTOK

Bialystok, with nearly 300 000 inhabitants, is the biggest city of north-eastern Poland, playing a role of administrative, scientific, economic, and cultural centre of this region. Bialystok is a lovely city with many sightseeing possibilities and a great place for living and studying. Theatres, the opera, clubs, restaurants, cinemas and shopping centres offer a great range of entertainment. The city is equipped with a public bikes system and a dense network of bicycle paths. “Green Velo”, the longest bike trail in Poland, goes through the city as well. 

Podlasie region, with its capital – Bialystok - is called "The Green Lungs of Poland". It is a beautiful place with many national parks, open-air museums, idyllic villages and towns.

Bialystok has been ranked number 1 as the best Polish city to live in according to the Eurobarometer survey on the “Perception of Quality of Life in European Cities”, 2016.