Open the Road to Quality European Education with Us!
Education is a fundamental aspect of Steel Group OA mission. Situated in the heart of the European Union, and driven by a commitment to growth, our company has cultivated valuable partnerships with esteemed Polish and Spanish universities and business schools through formal Memorandums of Understanding.
We warmly welcome international educational agencies interested in collaborating on student placements and services. Now we are ready to invite and organize study for foreign prospective students, who wish to get European recognizable Diplomas and PhD degrees in the following universities/Business schools:
University of Szczecin (Poland)
The University of Szczecin, established in 1985 through the merger of the Faculty of Transport Engineering and Economics of the Szczecin University of Technology with the Higher School of Pedagogy in Szczecin, is a prominent public institution of higher education. With seven faculties offering a diverse array of nearly a hundred majors, this university is dedicated to providing exceptional academic opportunities.
The West Pomeranian School of Business (WPSB, Poland)
The West Pomeranian Business School in Szczecin stands as the oldest and largest non-public educational institution in Western Pomerania, dedicating over 26 years to shaping proficient business professionals. ZPSB offers a diverse range of compelling majors, postgraduate programs, executive MBA courses, as well as various training options.
The Pomeranian University of Medicine (PUM, Poland)
Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin stands as a renowned state-owned institution dedicated to healthcare education. With a strong emphasis on full-time, intramural programs, this university offers a distinctive opportunity for students pursuing careers in medicine and dentistry. The English-taught programs in Medicine and Dentistry have been a hallmark of the institution since 1996 and 2006, respectively.
Universidad Catolica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM, Spain)
Located strategically in the vibrant city of Murcia, Spain, UCAM (Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia) stands out as an academic powerhouse. With a sprawling campus accommodating over 16,000 students and a faculty of approximately 1,000 professors, UCAM is committed to expanding its global reach. One of its primary missions is to offer high-quality university education with a significant presence on every continent.
Polytechnic Institute in Cartagena (Spain)
The Polytechnic University of Cartagena, often referred to as UPCT, is a prominent public institution situated in the historic Spanish city of Cartagena, located in the Region of Murcia. Established officially on August 3, 1998, UPCT may be the youngest technical university in Spain, but its roots run deep into the annals of education. Its schools have a storied history dating back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, making this institution a vibrant amalgamation of youthful dynamism and academic heritage.