• Polski

  • The aim of this specialization is to provide students with complex knowledge of the organization and management of contemporary, changing public economy, including: methods of organizing, generating and financing public services, effective allocation of existing resources in economy, innovative solutions connected with urban economy.

    The specialization is of practical nature. Classes are in form of conversation classes, which allows us to combine theoretical and practical aspects. Our cooperation with public entities will be useful in writing Bachelor theses, which will concern specific areas related to the operations of such entities.

    Where can I work after graduating from this specialization?

    The graduate will be prepared to work on management and subordinate positions in:

    • enterprises providing public services,
    • private companies and social organizations contracted by public sector,
    • Treasury companies,
    • city and regional partnerships,
    • central administration, especially in units planning and using instruments supporting competitiveness of enterprises.

    Why is it important and attractive?

    Providing the society with access to high quality public services is one of key aspects of the state activities. In recent years public sector has spent over PLN 50 billion per year on public investment, which accounts for nearly 20% of budget expenditure.

    In addition, we can observe globally, and especially in the continental Europe, a movement away from the dominant neo-liberal thinking in economic matters. The need for re-industrialization is more and more often emphasized, accompanied by the need for re-nationalization in Poland, therefore the importance of public entities in economy will continue to grow.

    In the globalized economy competition between entities intensifies. To meet its challenges, enterprises need efficient staff implementing policies aimed at securing economic interests of the state and providing friendly institutional environment which lowers transaction costs.