Rich history and friendly people
Without doubt, Warsaw is Poland’s administrative, financial, academic capital and has a lively social and cultural scene. It is steadily climbing the international rankings of the world’s most attractive urban areas.
Poland is an amazing country with a high quality of education system. The capital city offers a diverse and international community that provides a chance to study alongside students from around the world. The number of international students in Warsaw is estimated to be ca 40,000.
The cost of living in Warsaw is much lower than in other European cities. Students save a lot of money on rent, food and public transport, which means there be more to spend on fun activities.
ESCP - Warsaw
Located at the Heart of Europe, Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. It stands on the Vistula River and is among the 10 most populous capital cities in the European Union.
Warsaw is an economic hub, sharing borders with Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia. Poland’s location is ideal for launching your career in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Warsaw campus is located on the premises of Kozminski University (KU), the only Polish Business School with triple accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA). KU’s modern campus is comprised of lecture theatres, classrooms, IT facilities, a library, study rooms, meeting rooms, a gym, a bookstore, and student canteens. Kozminski University is an internationally renowned and accredited private business school.
How to get the campus
c/o Kozminski University - International Relation Office
57/59 Jagiellońska St.
The closest bus stops are:
PIMot 01 - 02
on lines 509, N03
The closest tram stations are:
PIMot 03 - 04
on lines 18 - 20
Good to Know
The official tourist website of Warsaw will help you to find a hotel, plan your trip and discover the city.
Maps and nearby attractions