Nicolaus Copernicus Superior School

MBA Banking and Financial Systems

Admission is now open, for more information contact:, tel: 782 950 360

MBA. Banking and financial system 

Candidate profile 

The MBA program at SGMK is designed for executives, company directors and managers who want to expand their knowledge of economics and banking. Graduates will gain prestigious qualifications during classes conducted by expert practitioners. The curriculum will explore topics of financial systems, the role of banks, financial instruments and monetary policy.

Graduate profile 

Graduates of “MBA. Banking and Financial System” program will gain upper management skills in the area of economics, banking and financial systems. They will be ready for the roles of members of statutory bodies, directors of companies or managers in financial institutions. During lectures delivered by recognized market practitioners, they will acquire the skills necessary to function effectively in a business environment. Equipped in theoretical and practical knowledge, they will be able to skillfully analyze financial systems, apply financial instruments and manage financial resources. 

Cost: 20 000 PLN*

  • Annual payment: 18 000 PLN (discount -10% (-2000 PLN): for one-off payment of tuition fees before the beginning of classes [year in advance])
  • Semester payment: 2 instalments of 10 000 PLN each
  • Payment in instalments: 8 instalments of 2500 PLN each

registration fee: 85 PLN
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Program dates:  
09.2024 – 05.2025 

Main thematic blocks:  
Financial system 
Commercial bank activities 
Financial markets and financial instruments  

Circulation of money in the economy 
Aspects of artificial intelligence in banking 
Central banking and international financial institutions

“MBA. Banking and financial system” program implements basic principles of SGMK: quality, interdisciplinarity and internationality.  

Quality means providing the highest standard of education in management, finance and banking. The program is carefully designed by experienced industry professionals and academic experts to provide an up-to-date, practical and balanced approach to these fields.  

Students gain comprehensive knowledge and skills that enable them to understand the complex challenges and opportunities of the banking and finance sectors. Through an interdisciplinary approach, students are encouraged to think creatively, analyze problems from different perspectives and seek innovative solutions.  

Underlining the international aspect of our educational offer, we have established international collaborations and ongoing cooperation with our guest lecturers – prominent experts and scientists from world leading research centers. During the previous edition of our MBA postgraduate program, we have invited almost half of our lecturers from international universities: 

  • Prof. Harold James, Princeton University 
  • Prof. Fabio Ghironi, University of Washington 
  • Prof. Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley 

Among the lecturers who recently started collaboration with SGMK are many of the speakers from the Futurist of The Year 2024 congress. The list of congress speakers included: 

  • PROF. DIDIER QUELOZ – University of Cambridge | Nobel Laureate in Physics 
  • DR MICHAEL L. BRODIE – Harvard University and M.I.T. 
  • PROF. NICK BOSTROM – University of Oxford  
  • PROF. MARIAROSARIA TADDEO – University of Oxford  
  • PROF. JOHN TASIOULAS – University of Oxford  
  • GERD LEONHARD – Futurologist  
  • JONATHAN BRILL – Futurologist  
  • THOMAS FREY – Futurologist  
  • PROF. PETER C. BISHOP – Futurologist University of Houston  
  • PROF. MARK COECKELBERGH – University of Vienna  
  • GARY A. BOLLES – Singularity University   
  • PROF. WESLEY ROSSLYN-SMITH – University of Pretoria  

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SGMK is also supported in this regard by the Copernican Academy, whose members include Nobel laureates, scientists and lecturers from renowned research centers and universities. 

The Nicolaus Copernicus Superior School reserves the right to postpone the start date of the course to the new academic year or the following semester in case the minimum group of candidates required to start the course is not admitted.

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