Getting an MBA only makes sense if you 1) already have at least five years of solid management experience behind you already; and 2) earn the degree from a top school that is respected by potential employers.
If you have good skills, then no matters from where you get educated.
It does indeed matter to potential employers. Show them an MBA from some joke school like the one in Józefów, and they will either ignore you, or laugh in your face.
And one thing more, i think its a good university
On the job market, no one gives a **** what you think. It's what your potential employer will think, and he certainly will not have a high opinion of the school in Józefów.
as you can also get Erasmus scholarship
Means nothing to potential employers.
Listen, kid. I'm trying to save you time and money. The school in Józefów is a waste of both. Quit dreaming otherwise. And an MBA is worthless unless its from a very good school and is backed up by abundant prior management experience. You can earn a much more useful degree at a much better school in India or wherever you come from. Unless you get into Warsaw Economic University, forget about coming to Poland. It has little, if anything, to offer you, especially since you cannot afford to live and study there without working part-time, which is impossible for foreign students like you.
Wake up, smell the coffee, and make more realistic plans that better fit your career goals and budget. Quit mentally masturbating and thinking that a crappy MBA from a crappy school is going to open up any doors for you.