University of Business and Administration, named by Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski in Gdynia, was established by the decision of Minister of National Education no.DNS 3-0145/TBM/1 0/4 from 15th,June,1994 on the basis of a bill on higher education issued on 12th,September,1990. The school was registered as a non-public school of higher education with the number 38.
In the beginning the University educated students only at first degree courses. However, as a proof of its high quality educational services, the school was authorized to run a Master course at the Management and Marketing Faculty in 2000.
Since 2003 the Univerisity has been authorized for a Master degree course at the Administration Faculty.
In 2006 a new faculty, Finance and Accounting, was established.
On 6th,July,2006 a Branch Campus in Lębork was opened. It offers first degree studies at the Management Faculty.
In 2009 the school was authorized to run first degree studies at two new faculties :Logistics and Internal Security. In the same year the Minister of Higher Education authorized us to run 5-year Master studies at the Law Faculty.
Thousands of students have graduated from our University. Many of them are returning to the school to study for Master degree or to do post-graduate studies. At the moment we educate students from Poland and other UE and Non-EU countries at 6 faculties (at first and second degree courses as well as at 5-year Master courses), we also offer 16 different post-graduate courses and numerous training and language courses.
Apart from typical academic and educational activities we organize regional, national and international conferences. We invite, as our visiting lecturers and professors, top celebrities of education, business, politics and culture to give lectures.
University of Business and Administration is situated in one of the most beautiful touristic place in Poland next to the Baltic Sea. We are located in the Center of Gdynia, 200 m from the City Hall and 500 m from the beach. Gdynia is a lovely maritime town with more than 250.000 inhabitants. Nowadays Gdynia is an important Polish harbor and business center involving thousands of tourists and investors. Gdynia is situated along Gdansk Bay, the part of the Baltic sea sheltered by the Hel peninsula. The coastline is fringed with a long, sandy beach. Gdynia is a part of city conglomaration of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. The neighborhood of Gdynia can be very attractive as a tourist destination. From the south, it is surrounded by the area of Tricity Landscape Park, and deeper into the interior the Kashubian Lakeland spreads out.
A virtual walk through UBA
How to get to UBA?
University of Business and Administration is situated in a large, comfortable building placed nearly in the center of Gdynia. The building is on the edge of the Tri-city Landscape Park and there is a lovely view over Gdynia and the Baltic Sea from the upper floors.
Access by train.
You need to get to the Gdynia Glowna Station. Then you may take the fast commuter rail (SKM) towards Gdansk and get off at Wzgorze Sw. Maksymiliana Station. Once you get off the train, you will be able to see the university building placed near the forest.
You may also go by bus from Gdynia Glowna Station – the bus stop is near the taxi rank.
Access from Gdansk Rebiechowo (Lech Walesa Airport).
You can fly directly to Gdansk from many cities, including: Aarhus, Alicante, Barcelona, Bergen, Birmingham, Bremen, Bristol, Cork, Doncaster – Sheffield, Dortmund, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Glasgow – Prestwick, Gothenburg, Hamburg – Lubeck, Helsinki, Cologne – Bonn, Copenhagen, Leeds, Liverpool, London – Luton, London – Stansted, Malmo, Mediolan Bergamo, Munich, Oslo, Oslo – Torp, Oslo Rygge, Paris – Beauvais, Riga, Rome, Stavanger, Stockholm, Stockholm – Skavsta, Turku.