The campus spreads over a total surface area of 3.4 hectares and its buildings comprise of: offices for academic and administrative staff, lecture theatres, classrooms, IT facilities, library, study rooms, meeting rooms, a fitness centre, a bookstore, a post office, photocopying facilities, student canteens and faculty cafeterias. 60% of all classrooms and lecture theatres are fitted with high clss IT equipment and have access to networked computers equipped with audio-visual appliances such as monitors with plasma screens, visualizers, TV sets, video recorders and tape recorders.
Kozminski University offers top-quality education in an internationalized environment. Since the establishment of our university, quality has been of utmost importance for us. Kozminski University belongs to an elite group of few Polish universities that meet international education standards.
Business schools can earn three major accreditations: EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. These are the so-called three crowns. The best business schools in the world aspire to earn all three. Kozminski University has already earned two of these prestigious accreditations and is working on the third. Managers who employ alumni of a university that bears accreditations of such a level can be certain that their employees have solid knowledge and skills, enabling them to wisely and effectively realize given tasks.
From its inception in 1993 until 2007, Kozminski University (KU) was guided by the same mission statement. The former mission corresponded with a difficult but very fruitful period in Poland when KU supported the development process of the Polish economy after transition and assisted and lead local business pioneers in their journey to success. By the time of our 15th anniversary, we had fulfilled the aims and values of our this mission, so we decided to rethink our identity and to re-address the issues of who we are and what we stand for. In other words, political and economic changes, as well as KUs maturing and stabilization of its role as quality leader in the region, called for a re-formulation of the Schools mission and strategy.