Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna in Łodz
(University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz)
University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz was established in 1993. It is one of the largest non-public institutions of higher education in Poland. It has more than 20 faculties and offers a wide choice of courses in English both for Erasmus+ and non-Erasmus students (further information for non- Erasmus can be found here: www.ahe.lodz.pl/en).
You can find our Erasmus+ University Charter and the list Partner Universities on your left.
One of the most distinguishing features of University of Humanities and Economics is that each student benefits from an individual approach to learning needs. It helps in solving tasks and problems they face with in creative and innovative way. For each year of study we use the method of projects and workshops, whereby the students develop their competencies and shape attitudes needed to succeed in life and career. Thanks to the new model of education students also develop their personality. During the studies workshops are conducted, which enhance skills in communication, resolving the conflicts, cooperation or negotiation.
This new educational program we can realize only thanks to the enthusiasm and commitment of the young staff working in AHE. They conduct classes by project and workshops method. They work with entrepreneurs, prepare projects taken from the practice of economic, social and cultural life. Among the projects organized by students can be found numerous exhibitions, concerts, educational lectures, cultural events, dance shows or charities. The successes of these projects result in positive recommendations of entrepreneurs. Students in their project work solve real problems and thus create their own portfolio confirming acquired competencies.
The University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz is located in the 19th century factory sites. In those well-preserved and restored walls with a unique industrial atmosphere are organized educational, cultural and business events. Our students and professors have at their disposal a well-equipped lecture rooms, a library, computer and multimedia laboratories, a radio studio, television studios, scientific workshops and exhibition galleries.
The Polish Virtual University (Polski Uniwersytet Wirtualny, www.puw.pl) is part of AHE. The PUW educational platform provides opportunities to gain qualifications without need of commuting and disrupting everyday duties or family commitments.
AHE is an academy of modern technologies boasting a professionally equipped publishing house, television studio, outpatient clinic and printing house as well as the largest, among non-public schools in the region, free-access library.