To explore the mechanisms for resource management to achieve the aims of the organisation, this unit also investigates the strategic importance of resources and decision making. To understand the roles and strategies used in acquiring, managing, and developing human, physical and technological assets. To understand the importance of marketing/human resources in achieving business aims and objectives, and the roles, strategies and processes used to manage the marketing/human resource function. This unit explores how organisation and management theories support the practical analysis and design of organisations. The unit also investigates the strategic importance of organisational change. It examines the factors that promote and limit the achievement of change objectives for the dynamic environment within which organisations operate.
Successful oil and gas companies constantly review, value and risk their assets with a view to optimising the overall performance of their asset portfolio. This activity requires a strategic approach to managing uncertainty, exploiting synergies and ensuring they maintain a balanced and diversified mix of assets. Modern portfolio techniques involve the Construction of sophisticated models to value risk and characterise alternative combinations of assets. Such models can provide a range of graphical displays to aid decision-making, such as feasible envelopes and efficient frontiers defined in terms of financial and non-financial metrics over defined planning horizons.
Administration fee (non-refundable) – 250 Euro
Tuition fee (for 1 Year) – 3000 Euro
Intake : April, July, September, January
In order to make a transfer for studies conducted in English you will need the following transfer details:
Name: Warsaw School of business and Finance
Name of the Bank: ING Bank
Bank Address:ING Bank Branch 1,ul.Malczewskiego 45, Warszawa Poland
Swift Code(BIC): INGBPLPW
Foreign currency account – held in EURO
Beneficiary’s Account No: PL 45 1050 1025 1000 0090 3077 3387
Full costs of transfer are on the Student’s side. The Institute should receive full fees.
General entry requirements:
International students applying to our College have to submit documents confirming their qualification from a secondary school or a university. Certificates and diplomas issued abroad must be officially legalized and recognized in Poland.
International students must submit a document confirming their knowledge of English, or are required to a attend an English language course. This requirement does not apply to students for whom English is a native language or was a language of instruction at school.
International students should demonstrate that they meet one of the following minimum language requirements:
TOEFL test with a score of at least 550, IELTS test with a score of at least 6.0 for Bachelor and Master studies, FCE test with grade B.