The postgraduate studies are aimed at graduates with at least a Bachelor’s degree who are working or intend to work in the pharmaceutical sector as well as the institutions managing and financing healthcare. These are weekend studies (one semester: 133 hours) held in Polish. The lectures, workshops and seminar classes are conducted by renowned experts and professionals employed in The Registration Office of Remedial Products, Medical Goods and Bio-combating Products, in the State Office of Hygiene, legal offices, specialising in counselling for the pharmaceutical sector, Polish and international pharmaceutical companies, IT companies and universities.
For those of you who already work in the pharmaceutical sector, or in the institutions managing or financing healthcare, these studies give you an ideal opportunity to update your knowledge alongside continuous education, and to prepare you for the different conditions that our competitors in the pharmacological market may impose in the European Union.
Nearly 20 years of experience in implementing pharmaceutical programs
Interdisciplinary study program – classes are not only in the field of pharmacy, but also economics, law, finance, pharmaceutical marketing and management
The importance of the impact of new technologies on medicine – e-health, telemedicine, IT systems in the health system
A unique teaching team – lectures and workshops conducted by outstanding academics and experienced practitioners employed at the Ministry of Health, the National Institute of Health, law firms and top-tier pharmaceutical companies
Flexible study path – additional completion of short courses in Clinical Research and Drug Development as well as Drug Sales and Marketing, leads to a postgraduate diploma of Interdisciplinary Studies in Pharmacy Managers
Development of soft skills – classes in the field of communication, ethical awareness and effective management in the pharmaceutical industry
Prof. dr hab. Marcin Czech - Head of Advanced Training in Pharmacoeconomics
Prof. dr hab. Marcin Czech
Marcin Czech is a full professor and head of the Department of Pharmacoeconomics at the Institute of Mother and Child in Warsaw, President of ISPOR, Poland Chapter, course
Graduate of the Faculty Mathematics, Informatics, and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw, with many years of experience in the field of health technology assessment (HTA
Dr n. farm. Agnieszka Neumann-Podczaska
Assistant professor at the Department of Geriatrics and Gerontology at the Medical University of K. Marcinkowski in Poznan. Specialist in the evaluation of the correctness
Dr. n med. Iwona Skrzekowska-Baran
From 1986 - clinical experience in pediatrics of diseases, lungs and allergology.
From 1996 to now - experience in the pharmaceutical industry in the areas of refunds, pha
Dr Joanna Lis
Graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. PhD thesis from the application of statistics and computer modeling methods
prof. Piotr Szymański
Piotr Szymański, MD, PhD, FESC.
Chairman of the EU Regulatory Affairs Committee board of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). He represents the ESC in front of