We are pleased to welcome you to the Faculty of Economics at Maria Curie Sklodowska University. We hope that you will enjoy your stay, research or studies here.

Arrival to a new country to live in, do a research or study is always a big challenge. The purpose of this website is to help researchers and students wishing to visit the Faculty of Economics UMCS with various administrative and educational formalities that have to be completed after their arrival. On this website you will find a general description of the University and the Faculty of Economics, information about libraries and other university services, as well as practical advice before leaving your own country and pieces of information that may be useful after your arrival in Lublin like accommodation. We hope that this website will be helpful to you.
  • 5 programmes: Business Analytics, Data Science, Economics, Finance & Accounting, Logistics, Business Menagment, International Economic Relations, Economic Analysis (BA and MA level, full- and part-time)
  • 2 PhD programmes: Economics and Finance, Management Sciences
  • Almost 3 000 students
  • Over 30 000 alumni
  • Over 250 scientific conferences
  • 3 modern lecture halls for 250 students each
  • Modern library with over 46 000 books and YYY working stations available for students
  • 16th floor building with 4 modern elevators or 451 stairs ;)
  • Almost 200 employees
  • Didactic offer include classes conducted by business professionals
  • Cooperation with over 500 businesses
  • Students can choose language classes: English, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese
  • 10 modern computer labs equipped with over 220 working stations
  • International agreements with over 50 universities
  • Study programmes designed to meet the demands of the labour market
  • A variety of certified training courses available free of charge
  • Rental station of Lublin City Bike located in a close proximity of Faculty

The Faculty of Economics, established in 1965, comprises two institutes: the Institute of Economics and Finance, and the Institute of Management, which consist of ten departments and seven sections (chairs).

The Faculty’s academic and research work covers a broad range of problems, inter alia financial markets and finance management, accountancy systems and public finance, social and economic problems in economics, managing businesses and institutions, managing social capital etc. The teachers work as advisors and experts for the public finance sector units (commissioned by government and self-government agencies: in the area of activity-based budgeting, long-term financial forecasting and planning, and responsibility for breaking public finance discipline) and for various business entities (economic counseling and tax consulting in the area of broad-ranging problems of business management). The Faculty offers a broad array of services to cooperate with businesses and institutions: they cover most of contemporary economic issues, in particular project management, quality management, appraisal of companies, advisory services in the process of making a company public, analysis and designing of remuneration systems, processes of business restructuring, and managing changes; implementation of ecological innovations, market analysis and development of marketing strategies, implementation of information systems, logistics process analysis, etc.

Regular national scientific conferences are organized which are devoted to the functioning of financial markets, public finance and finance law, and to the broad concept of problems of quality management and marketing. There is great interest in the subject matter of these conferences on the part of scholars from leading universities and schools of economics, Polish and foreign businesses, and students, for whom special workshops and symposia are held. The Faculty also hosts regular national conferences of marketing and finance departments, and co-hosts two regular international conferences: MakeLearn (with Slovenian partners) and TIIM – Technology, Innovation, and Industrial Management (with the partner from Thailand).

Student government is highly active at the Faculty of Economics, the students having the opportunity to develop their interests by participating in the work of a number of scientific clubs and in the international exchange program Erasmus+.