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International academic cooperation is one of the key priorities at the Faculty of Economics.

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ program, the faculty currently has partnership agreements with 130 foreign universities and annually welcomes around 100 students for short-term study visits. In addition, nearly 100 foreign students study at a faculty in paid foreign language studies leading to an academic degree. On the contrary, several dozens of faculty students go to study abroad and participate in internships every year. In addition to students, academic and administrative staff are also involved in international cooperation. Approximately fifty faculty workers go to experienced partner sites every year and in return, the faculty accepts dozens of foreign guests, for whom the faculty regularly organizes International Week since 2010.

The faculty's traditional and very important partners are Liverpool John Moores University and Huddersfield University from Great Britain, chinese Hubei University of Technology in Wuhan, the Faculty of Economics of Polish Technical Universities in Opole and Częnstochowa, and many others.

In addition to the field of education, an important component of the Faculty's international cooperation is also science, research, and other creative activities.