Executive MBA studies in cooperation with the Main School of Fire Services (SGSP)

On 6 May this year at the headquarters of Collegium Humanum in Warsaw, the Provost – prof. dr hab. Paweł Czarnecki, MBA, LL.M., DBA, dr h.c., signed a cooperation agreement with the Main School of Fire Services (SGSP) represented by the Provost-Commandant, dr. eng. Mariusz Feltynowski. The agreement entails cooperation when it comes to a joint organization of prestigious Executive MBA postgraduate studies.

 

According to the agreement, Collegium Humanum and the Main School of Fire Services will educate and develop management competences of personnel managing the structures of the State Fire Services. The Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) studies organized by Collegium Humanum are the most recognizable and prestigious managerial qualifications in Poland. Our study programme has obtained the Professional Class badge in the 2020 MBA Programme Rating of the FORUM Management Education Association. Collegium Humanum is a member of, among others, Business Graduates Association (BGA) belonging to the Association of MBAs and Business Graduates Association (AMBA & BGA) in London.

 

The Main School of Fire Services is a public university of state services, educating firefighters of the State Fire Services, officers of other services as well as civilians in the field of general safety and protection of the population. The mission of the Main School of Fire Services is to create knowledge, disseminate it and use it for the benefit of educating and developing fire protection personnel with the highest qualifications in the field of: assessment of civilization and natural hazards, protection of life, health, property and other areas against these threats, not to mention the education of students with a sense of patriotism, devotion in their service and work, while respecting the discipline of service and work and conducting research that can significantly enrich the knowledge in the field of wider citizen security.

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