A degree in business from any school in Poland is just about worthless. Actually, a business degree from just about anywhere is just about worthless. Save your money and time, and study something that actually means something on the job market. Business degrees are dime a dozen, and enable you to get a job sweeping floors at night or putting cans on shelves at the supermarket.
If you want to do business, then study engineering, especially petroleum, geological or biomedical engineering. Or if you are more interested in the financial side of things, then study a financial field that is heavy on mathematics like financial mathematics, financial engineering, econometrics or actuarial sciences.
The world needs more business graduates like it needs cockroaches. And the same goes for other useless "humanities" majors like As for other fields, degrees in the following fields are just about as worthless as one in journalism: psychology, sociology, anthropology, political sciences, communications, media, art, music, film, photography, performing arts, architecture, languages (including English), literature, philosophy, theology, economics, finance (non-math based), business, management, administration, international relations, tourism and recreation, law, criminal justice, history, agriculture, marketing, gender studies, ethnic studies and just about anything that contains the word "studies".
Please, give reviews of European University of Business, Poznan
I got advise from visa consultant to get admission in European University of Business, Poznan. I want to know about this university from their students and locals. Please tell me is this uni. is good or not and how many placements they provide to students?
Bachelors in Finance - University of Lodz or Poznan Uni of Economics
Hello, My cousin got accepted to uni of Lodz and Poznan University of economics to study bachelors in Finance. Can you please suggest which option is better one. Student life is not just about passing degree, so i am interested to know
1) Reputation of university
2) city life in Lodz vs Poznan. With airport in Poznan and 2.5 hours to Berlin, makes it attractive to travel to other EU countries.. any comment?
3) Student groups/communities for various activities
4) cost of living
5) it looks like, both cities attract lot of international students, which uni is best place for networking - to interact with other discipline students.
6) Student accommodation availability and quality of the accommodation.
7) i read from this forum that Poznan uni bachelor finance degree is quite new, any comments from current/alumni of Poznan Uni.
I would be grateful if you can provide some light on above.