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Our university is among the top 10 top private universities in Poland - 5th place in the 2014 ranking developed by Perspektywy and Rzeczpospolita
Vistula University is the most international university in Poland according to the ranking of universities prepared by "Perspektywy" and "Dziennik Gazety Prawna" 2014
AFiB Vistula is highly regarded in the business environment: it was awarded the "Best Partner in Business" title by the editors of Home&Market and the European Medal by Business Center Club for the best internship and internship program for students
The high level of the studies is confirmed by international accreditations: CEEMAN in the field of marketing, WACE - with regard to combining studies with internship programs, IAU - confirming the quality of teaching
Vistula is a well-established and the oldest brand among all private universities in Poland
You can choose among 15 fields of study, including 7 that are taught in English