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Field of study:

Economic Analytics

Level of studies:

second-cycle studies

Mode of study:

Full-time studies

Date of commencement of studies:

October 2024


Faculty of Management and Economics

Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:

full qualification at the 7th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework

Professional title obtained by the graduate:


Learning profile:

general academic profile

Number of semesters:


Number of ECTS credits:

  • 105 - Field of study: Economic Analytics
  • 120 - Specialization: Business Analyst
  • 120 - Specialization: Data analyst

Work placement:

No work experience is required in the second-degree programme.

Graduation requirements:

Obtaining second-level qualifications requires the achievement of the learning outcomes set out in the program and 120 ECTS points and admission to the defence of a diploma thesis after being checked in the anti-plagiarism system, obtaining a positive grade for the diploma thesis and passing the diploma exam.

Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:

Economic Analytics graduates gain extensive competence in the ways of using data and information to answer complex business questions arising in various industry contexts. They use contemporary methods and tools to improve their knowledge and analytical skills as well as business predispositions. They know the methods of data gathering, quantitative and qualitative data analysis and the interpretation of the results of analyzes taking into account the broad context of the studied phenomena. The acquired competencies of transforming analysis results into business decisions are of key importance in a rapidly changing, globalized economy. Graduates are well prepared to perform various roles in modern organizations. They analyze problems inspired by ideas and discoveries of contemporary research related to the field of study. They develop unique solutions to real-world problems in a critical and creative way. They are well prepared for teamwork as a leader and team member, increasing opportunities for personal development as well as for their colleagues. They are well prepared to live, study and work in a digital society in order to meet the challenges of the future, i.e. permanent technological changes and their effects on the economy.
In the curriculum, students have the opportunity to choose a specialty, depending on their interests. The Business Analyst specialization is focused on the problems of functioning of broadly understood business. Graduates of this specialization are prepared to analyze and evaluate business processes in the context of strategic plans of the organization and solve its problems with financing operations. The Data Analyst specialization is focused on macroeconomic analyzes using mass data. Graduates of this specialization are prepared to analyze and evaluate multidimensional economic phenomena using a diverse set of advanced methods and techniques.

Person responsible for the study programme:

dr Justyna Kujawska
(58) 347 13 21
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