University of Humanities and Economics (AHE)
What is AHE?
AHE is a place that shapes your creative approach to the world.
AHE prides itself on developing people’s inner potential.
The 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.
The university has more than 20 faculties and offers a wide choice of subjects, including five courses in English. The curricula of the courses are constantly updated according to market demands.
One of the most distinguishing features of our university is that each student benefits from an individual approach to learning needs. 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.
In terms of higher education, the University of Humanities and Economics has over 20 years of experience in bringing the potential of people who decided to study here and shapes them to be creative and successful. In our way of education, creativity is the main ingredient. Creativity is a competence exclusive to humankind and, it allows us to change, or in some cases, break the routine and what everyone knows and propose something new and innovative.
So unlike many other schools for higher education, AHE also supports student’s development in creative skills, the ability that allows them to go outside the patterns and stereotypes.
To achieve this, the university offers activities such as:
- Expanding the imagination: this is a series of workshops that help students in deepening their creativity, developing social and interpersonal competencies.
- Developing an entrepreneurial mindset and associated abilities as part of studies.
Our students can develop their ideas that solve problems present in the economy or personal life.