Joint Polish-Ukrainian Master’s Program
USS – S. Kuznets KhNUE
Attention! Documents are being accepted for participation in the Joint Polish-Ukrainian Master’s program of two diplomas: the University of Social Sciences (USS), (Lodz-Krakow, Poland) and the Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics (Kharkov, Ukraine).
Program graduates receive two diplomas:
- Master’s degree of University of Social Sciences (Poland). The specialty “Management” (specialization: “Human Resources”, “Management”, “Accounting”, “Marketing”) – BY CHOICE
- Master’s degree of Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics (Ukraine). The specialties: “Economics” (specialization: “Human Resources Management and Labor Economics”, ”Enterprise economy”), “Management of Social Projects”, “Management” (specialization “Management of Organizational and Administrative Development”), “Accounting”, ” Marketing” – BY CHOICE
General program characteristics:
- Form of study: distance e-learning
- The term of study: 4 semesters (2 years)
- Language of study: Ukrainian, English, Polish, Russian
- Tuition fee: roughly 1000 Euro per year (the cost of studying in PAS)
Program partner University of Social Sciences, Lodz, Krakow (Poland)
The Master’s program in Management USS is implemented in a form:
- full-time studies – during two times two-week visits* to Poland after the session in S. Kuznets KhNUE and for the diploma defense
- E-learning on the Moodle platform
- self-education on the basis of received materials
Organization of educational process:
120 ECTS (4 semesters = 2 years), of them:
90 ECTS (3 semesters) in S. Kuznets KhNUE with the participation of USS lecturers
30 ECTS (1 semester) by USS program
Master (from the Polish and Ukrainian sides)
- Master’s degree of Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics, Ukraine
- Master’s degree of University of Social Sciences, Poland
Level of access to the master’s program:
Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree are admitted to the program
Conditions for enrolling to the program:
The program may be attended by students of other specialties of Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics under the condition that the curricula coincide not less than 60% and the student eliminated his/her academic debt.
Entrance examinations in Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics: specialty, foreign language.
Entrance examinations in USS: Interview.
List of documents required for enrollment to the Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economics:
- Application for admission to the S. Kuznets KhNUE
- Copy of the passport of a citizen of Ukraine
- Copy of Bachelor’s Degree diploma and its Supplement.
- 4 photos 3х4
- If you are student of Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economy – certificate from the dean’s office on the extension of studies.
- Copy of identification code
List of documents required for enrolling in the University of Social Sciences
- Copy of the birth certificate with the official translation into Polish (notarized)
- 2 photos 3х4
- Copy of international passport
- Copy of Bachelor’s Degree diploma and its Supplement
- Payment confirmation of the first installment for education paid by transfer on the account of USS
Documents are submitted from July 1 to September 20 personally at the Department of Economics and Social Sciences of S. Kuznets KhNUE, 61166, Kharkiv, Nauka ave., 9-A, 2nd learning Campus, office 42-43. tel. 057-70-20-119 (add. 3-27), 0-500-26-13-73,
Additional benefits of the program:
- Internship in Poland companies
- The opportunity to study at partner universities in other countries of Europe and the USA
- The possibility of obtaining a certificate of foreign language, level B2 (English, German, Polish)
- Obtaining a study visa for 2 years with the possibility of employment for this period in the EU countries
For more information, please contact the Department of Economics and Social Sciences at: 61166, Kharkiv, Nauky avenue, 9-A, Simon Kuznets Kharkov National University of Economy, 2nd learning Campus, office 42-43. tel. 057-70-20-119 (add. 3-27),