Everything rises and falls on leadership

John Maxwell

PhD Krzysztof Zięba

Business Economics

The aim of the module is to provide students with the contemporary knowledge about the economic environment of modern business.

The main objective is to help students to understand the mechanism of modern market economy, to use theoretical concepts in practise, and to understand the importance of global trends for business. This brief and compact module uses a variety of teaching techniques, including classroom experiments. Economic literacy test questions are used for self-assessment of students’ progress (pre-test and post-test).

Krzysztof Zięba works as a professor for the Department of Entrepreneurship and Business Law, FME GUT. His major scientific interests include nascent entrepreneurship, family business, as well as small and medium size enterprises. He has participated in many scientific projects, including Pomorskie Obserwatorium Gospodarcze. He has conducted some his research abroad, being awarded fellowships at University of Glasgow in 2000 and 2012.

His teaching interests are focused on broad aspects of economics, including behavioural economics and managerial economics. He has been a supervisor for more than 100 bachelor and master theses, some of them for double diploma programmes (FH Stralsund). A few years ago he was selected as a participant for Training of Trainers Program in Economics, delivered by National Council on Economic Education, USA.


XIII MBA Pitching Session

On May 27, 2022, another important event took place – the annual MBA Pitching Session. This time the 13th MBA edition students presented their Capstone Projects.

MBA Alumni at the international ENTIME conference

MBA Alumni from the 11th edition of the International MBA in Strategy Program and Project Management studies presented their Capstone Project at the international 9th ENTIME* conference, which took place at the Faculty of Management and Economics on April 21-22, 2022.

Sustainable development – face of the future

The idea of sustainable development assumes such a growth that, while meeting the needs of modern societies, will not at the same time limit the development possibilities of the future generations.


MBA Programme Coordinator for Admission


Ewa Łusiak-Sobolewska
phone: +48 509 698 611
e-mail: els@zie.pg.edu.pl




MBA Programme Office

Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdańsk University of Technology
Traugutta Street 79, room 404
80-233 Gdańsk, Poland
phone: +48 58 348 63 55
phone: +48 517 849 332
e-mail: mba@zie.pg.edu.pl

MBA Director

PhD Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka
phone: +48 58 348 61 75
e-mail: mbadirector@pg.edu.pl



Gdańsk, Poland


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