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Restrictions in Poland from 7th November till 29th November 2020

Due to the fact that the situation in Poland related to the epidemic of covid-19 is deteriorating, Polish government is going to introduce more restrictions which will be in effect from tomorrow 7th November till 29th November 2020.  [more]


How to use Google Classroom [watch video]

On September 29, adaptation meetings were held for candidates admitted to full-time Bachelor's Degree Programs. After the official part of the meeting, training with Google Classroom took place. For those who could not attend the meeting, we... [more]


New Rector's order regarding classes of the winter semester 2020/2021

With regards to the increasing number of confirmed SARS-COV-2 cases nationwide, also considering the safety of the academic community as a priority, based on Order No 129/20 the decision, effective from October 19th 2020 until further notice, has... [more]


New restrictions in Poland in the fight against COVID-19

From Saturday 10th October 2020 the entire territory of Poland will be designated as "yellow" zone (some cities and districts are "red" zones with additional restrictions). This is the consequence of the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Poland. [more]


Information and adaptation meetings for candidates admitted to studies [see movies]

On September 29, adaptation meetings were held for candidates admitted to full-time Bachelor's Degree Programs during which the most important information about the University and studying was presented. For those who could not attend the meeting we... [more]


The rules of conducting classes in the academic year 2020/2021

Dear Students and PhD students, the new academic year 2020/2021 will start on October 1. Studying at the University of Economics in Katowice will be undertaken by students and PhD students who are just starting their adventure with our Alma Mater.... [more]


Message from Rector-elect regarding classes of the winter semester 2020/21

Ladies and Gentlemen, Level of epidemic threat caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, especially in the Silesia region, remains to be high and disturbing. Considering recommendations of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and Main Sanitary... [more]