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Information for Foreign Students


  • Declaration of European Policy 2008-2013
  • Declaration of European Policy 2014-2020
  • Studies in english language
  • Contact


I. Description of school's policy and strategy concerning participation in various initiatives under ERASMUS and other LLP programs

Sopot College (SC) has been participating in the Socrates Erasmus Program since 2004, being an active participant from the start. Its activities are aimed at promoting the coherence of all the stages of education and lifelong learning. Bearing in mind the low participation of adults in education, the college offers convenient study conditions for persons with work and family obligations. The study program allows for these obligations and provides solutions for accommodating them. 80% of students at SC are adults.
The technical conditions at our college allow students to benefit from distance learning and mutual learning within the e-learning system. This is possible owing to the ILIAS computer system operating at the college. The college stays in touch with its graduates and offers them furthering their education through postgraduate programs, courses and seminars. Thanks to such activities the college raises its competitiveness and the quality and attractiveness of vocational education on a higher education level. The attractiveness of learning is also increased through participation in the Erasmus Program. Special care is provided to disabled students at SC. The college's new seat is fully adjusted to the needs of disabled students. Additionally, the college provides financial support to the disabled.
The school also supports students living in small towns by offering them financial discounts due to the high travel costs and frequently high level of unemployment in those areas. 90% of our students are women, most of whom have families and jobs. These circumstances are fitted into the study program and students are offered far-reaching conveniences and support. Members of the teaching staff take part in EU programs and conferences thus constantly improving the quality of their work. The school offers them access to placement programs abroad, conferences and seminars. The school supports the development of contacts between teachers from various academic centers at home (for that purpose it has signed co-operation agreements with other colleges) and abroad (agreements with colleges in Holland, Germany, Lithuania and the Ukraine). In connection with the opening of a new department, European Studies, the school will broaden its contacts with Scandinavian universities. The co-operation is active and different initiatives are taken several times a year. The college's administrative staff also benefit from the co-operation with various academic centers at home and abroad. Thus they copy good practices at the college. The college's goal is to improve and strengthen the European dimension of education by developing co-operation with universities from different countries. Moreover, the college organizes classes conducted by guest teachers from co-operating foreign universities. In the framework of the co-operation program, also SC teachers conduct classes at foreign universities. The co-operation of SC and FH Calw employees has lead to the establishment of the International Business Gate Institute within the college structures, a unit dealing with Polish-German business relations (awww.ibg-institute.eu). All the activities associated with the mobility of students and teaching and administrative staff are conducted through the Erasmus Program, bilateral agreements and Young People in Action Program. The college has also joined the Europass Program. This will help students and graduates to better document and present their qualifications and competences all over Europe. The school runs a Career Bureau. It prepares students and graduates for entry on the European job market by organizing training programs and courses. The Bureau gives students support in preparing their Europass – Language Passport, Europass CV and Europass – Mobility.

II. Description of activities relating to mobility, credits for study semesters, score system, language courses and educational offer

Students and teachers mobility is primarily implemented via the Erasmus Program. The principles of recruitment to ERASMUS are adopted by the Chancellor's regulation and approved by the Senate. The college coordinator gives detailed information on the Program. Before departure, the learning program at the host university is discussed with students and a Learning Agreement is signed. Along with the Agreement, the student is granted the Erasmus Card. Upon return, the student brings back a Transcript of Records. Study periods abroad are equivalent to study periods at the local university provided that the student has obtained the previously agreed number of ECTS points. Study periods completed abroad are recorded in the Supplement to the diploma. On the school's website there is the educational offer for foreigners in English since the school has prepared ECTS packages for the specializations offered in Polish and English. They include a clear system of awarding credits and ECTS points. These documents are known to the academic community and binding. Students who arrive for the Erasmus Program from abroad are given special attention. The school helps them to find accommodation, assigns a tutor (a university teacher) and an administration assistant. SC provides language support for guest students by organizing consultations with the language teacher and supplying all the necessary dictionaries. At the end of the Program they receive a record of credits and a certificate of attendance. Academic teachers who give lectures at universities abroad receive financial aid from the school and the lectures count towards the academic achievements. Students' mobility is also implemented through bilateral agreements between foreign universities. Students of SC have the opportunity of learning two foreign languages.

III. Description of activities relating to organization and recognition of student training

The school pays special attention to maintaining high quality of student training.. SC offers the opportunity of choosing the place of training according to the student's preferences. The current study program at SC includes six-week obligatory student training being an integral part of the educational process. It is organized in domestic institutions and now also in foreign ones within the Erasmus Program. Qualification for training abroad is based on the school's Rules of Participation in the Erasmus Program, announced in the Chancellor's regulation and available on the school's website. To ensure high quality of training, the school has drawn up the Training Rules and Program. The Training Rules have been approved by the Senate. SC has developed framework student training programs but, before the training starts, a school employee and the student prepare an individual program. The completion of training is recorded in the Diploma Supplement, stating its place and duration. Training is approved on the basis of a training diary with a detailed description of duties fulfilled. The training program also applies to graduates. The school organizes training for all graduates interested. Training is conducted in the sectors of economy indicated by them.
The school has joined the Europass Program and now the certification of training completion will also be issued in the form of the Europass Mobility document. The school attaches significant importance to vocational training which is considered an element of the career path.
Since the job market is open, the school continually seeks to improve the training system, and hence the entire education system. Thanks to the standards adopted, the diplomas of SC graduates can be approved in the European job market as their qualifications are comparable to those of graduates from other European universities.


  • Declaration of European Policy 2008-2013
  • Declaration of European Policy 2014-2020
  • Studies in english language
  • Contact


European Studies
Internationale Buisness
in english language

Module Title   Conteins ECTS  
1EU Some business issues IB1 Intercultural aspects of International Negotiations 4 10
IB2 Lobbing in Poland 3
IB3 Brands Market in Poland 3
2EU Political and economic changes in Europe IB5 EU Law 5 15
IB6 Economic and Monetary Union 5
IB7 European Integration 5
3EU Financial analysis IB8 Principles of Financial Analisys 6 8
IB9 Cash Flow Management 2
4EU Marketing and Management IB10 Principles of Marketing 4 10
IB11 Sales Techincs 3
IB12 Project Management with MsProject 3
5EU Buisiness Statistic IB13 Risk Mamagement 4 8
IB14 Basic Statistics 4
6EU Political Geography IB15 Europe Political Geography 3 6
IB16 Demographic Perspective in Buisness 3
7EU Finance IB17 Financing of Companies 3 10
IB18 Mergers and Acquisttions (M&A) in Poland 4
IB19 Public Pension Systems 3
8EU EU Culture IB20 Introductory to EU Culture 8 10
Workshops on European Culture 2
9EU Faculty Classes   Workshops on Marketing 2 10
Workshops on European Integration 2
European Business 2
Rhetoric 2
Workshops on Basic Economy 2




  • Declaration of European Policy 2008-2013
  • Declaration of European Policy 2014-2020
  • Studies in english language
  • Contact


Sopot College
81-855 Sopot,
ul. Rzemieślnicza 5
phone [+48] 58 5558388

Director of the Department of Studies and Foreign Cooperation
Danuta Szymerkowska-Kubik
e-mail: dkubik@ssw.sopot.pl

International Coordinator
Leszek Ossowski
e-mail: lossowski@ssw.sopot.pl

Associates and Other Collaborators
Piotr Maj
e-mail: majpiotr@ssw.sopot.pl


  • winter semester – 31 of May
  • summer semester – 30 of November

Necessary Exchange Application Documents

  1. Submission from home University coordinator (e-mail is enough). After receiving submission we send application procedure directly to student.
  2. Brief Personal Sheet (e-mail)
  3. Student application form + 2 Passport photos (traditional post)
  4. Confirmation of English language level (traditional post)
  5. Copy of student ID card

After collecting all the documents Letter of Acceptance will be sent at student's home address.

Sopocka Szkoła Wyższa
ul.Młodzieżowa 44, 89-604 Chojnice
tel. (52) 334-14-50, (52) 397- 31- 75
Konto bankowe: 37 15001706-1217000528570000

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