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Minot State and Polish university partner

Minot State University and the University of Lodz, Poland, entered a cooperation between MSU’s Master of Science in management degree program and UL’s MBA program delivered by its Polish-American Management Center. The two universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding Sept. 23, forming the basis for the partnership between the universities.

“We are looking forward to this cooperation and believe that this mutually beneficial partnership will lead to new opportunities for the academics and students,” said Jacek Mrozik, College of Business dean. “Currently the University of Lodz has 24 students enrolled in an MBA cohort who will take some of their classes online from MSU this spring.”

Pictures, left to right, are Robert Kozielski, UL associate professor and Polish-American Management Center executive director; Jacek Mrozik, MSU College of Business dean; Steven Shirley, MSU president; Grzegorz Urbanek, UL vice president of economic affairs; Linda Cresap, MSU professor; Lori Willoughby, MSU professor and Graduate School assistant dean; and Jerzy Gajdka, UL associate professor and MBA program director.

The University of Lodz, Poland’s third largest university, has an enrollment of 38,000 students. For questions, contact Mrozik at jacek.mrozik@minotstateu.edu or 858-3110.

Published: 09/28/16



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