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Czestochowa University of Technology
International Students Office

Postal address:
ul. Dabrowskiego 69, room. nr 2,
42-201 Czestochowa
Poland

Full time studies
room No 125
tel.: +48 34 32 50 402
mob.: +48 88 78 71 108
e-mail: iso@adm.pcz.pl


Erasmus+ KA103 Programme
room No 3

tel: +48 34 3250 431

fax: +48 34 3254 066
e-mail: erasmus@adm.pcz.pl
Erasmus coordinators contact

Faculty of Management

Maria Nowicka-Skowron, Rector of CUT

Professor of Economics (CUT Professor)

Head of Logistics and International Management Institute

ul. Dąbrowskiego 69

42-201 Częstochowa, Poland

tel: +48 34 3612-580

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Professor Maria Nowicka-Skowron is a graduate of the University of Economics in Katowice. She has worked in Higher Education for over 30 years, after starting her career in industry in 1973-5. During her work at CUT, she has held the post of an assistant lecturer, assistant professor and professor respectively. Alongside her employment in CUT, she also delivered lectures at AGH University of Technology in Cracow (between 1995-2006).

Between 1997 and 1999, Professor Nowicka-Skowron was the first Dean of the Faculty of Management and in the years 1995-2005- Vice-Rector for Science and Research. In 2005 she was re-elected Dean of the Faculty of Management for a three-year term. In September, 2008 professor Nowicka-Skowron was elected to the post of CUT Rector.

She has also held national and international level roles, including Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan and Katowice Territorial Branches, and Member of the International Society for Inventory Research.

She obtained her doctorate in 1981, post-doctoral degree (habilitation) in 1999 and professorship in 2002 from the University of Economics in Katowice. In 2003 she was awarded the title of Full Professor.

Professor Nowicka-Skowron is the author of over 170 scientific publications, including 6 monographs and over 60 papers published in highly reputable international journals. For her scientific and organizational work she received a number of awards and distinctions, among others, individual and collective awards conferred by the Minister of Higher Education.

Between 1995 and 1998, she was a coordinator of the Tempus Programme and also actively participated in the Socrates Programme. She was a visiting researcher in numerous higher education institutions in Austria, Ireland, the USA, Belgium and France.