Independent University of Business and Public Administration in Warsaw

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Independent University of Business and Public Administration in Warsaw, abbreviated in Polish PWSBiA, is a private university in Poland.

Senior staff

Founder of the university, Tadeusz Kozluk is the rector.

Fields of study

Law Administration Administration with a specialization in Diplomacy Computer Science EconomicsIn Law possible specializations are Economic law Civil law Criminal Law Public international law Comparative constitutional lawIn Administration specializations are Engineering for sustainable development of environmental protection State fiscal policy and tax law Local government in Poland and the EU State and local authorities on the problems of health, security and public orderof bodies of state administration and local emergency and crisis Sociology of work and social policyIn Diplomacy specializations are International organizations and institutions Right to diplomatic and consular diplomacy, bilateral, treaties and international negotiations Diplomacy, international organizations and non-governmental organizations Contemporary threats to peace and security worldwideIn Economics specializations are Intermediation and real estate valuation in the EU Economics of tourist companies, hotel and sports Banking, credit, liquidity risk and capital Penetration of foreign markets in a globalizing world Business journalism Sociology of work and social policyIn Computer Science specializations are Computer automation and robotics Computer systems security engineering Software manufacturing techniques Multimedia techniques Programming and management of web-based applicationsIn 2006, the only non-public school in Warsaw PWSBiA opened a new specialization in the area of computing: Computer Automation and Robotics. The task of this course is to train graduates combining specialist skills in the field of computer technology and a specialist in the field of modern automation.


The campus occupies three hectares in Warsaw. The campus buildings have a total area of 66 000 m. The university is located at ul. Bobrowiecka 9, in Warsaw.
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