/ MBA in Poland for 40+ and older?
in Poland it is in general much harder to get into tuition free studies, than the paid ones. The more popular, prestigious the faculty is, the more candidates for one spot there are and the more difficult it is to get in. Of course, it depends on how good and prestigious the university is - but it means the same - more people for one spot.
It used to be that a person could apply to only one Uni because he/she received only one copy of HS (w/Matura) diploma. Then it has changed, and students received a few copies of diplomas which allowed them to apply to many Unis. I don't know how it is now?
BTW, can a person 40+ year old study with other 20 year olds or is the University of the Third Age his only option? Curious.
What I will say from recruiting Polish economics graduates is that their business sense is non existent, their maths appalling (I make them do a test with no calculator) and as Delph mentioned they can understand accounting at only a very basic level.
When I was at school in the US
Polish and US system of educations differ a lot. In Poland they teach you how to memorize textbooks and in the US they teach you logic and thinking.