About SGH and SGH-CIMA Programmes
SGH Warsaw School of Economics, the university with academic tradition since 1906, continually cares about the quality of the programme offer presented to his students. The result of these efforts is cooperation with CIMA (The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants).
Warsaw School of Economics in collaboration with CIMA (The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) offers interdisciplinary specialty programmes in Polish and English at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to prepare students to take up better-paying positions in finance and accounting within international organizations. The SGH &CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting (SGH & CIMA - CBA) is offered at the undergraduate level, the SGH &CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting (CIMA &SGH - DMA) and SGH &CIMA Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting (CIMA & SGH – ADMA) are offered at the graduate level. The project, which aims to provide students with a thorough knowledge and practical skills needed on the labour market, was launched 1 October 2012.
About CIMA and SGH-CIMA Programmes
CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. Our mission is to help people and businesses to succeed in the public and private sectors.
We have more than 227,000 members and students in 179 countries. They work at the heart of business in industry, commerce and not for profit organisations. We have strong relationships with employers, and sponsor leading research.
We constantly update our qualification, professional experience requirements and CPD programme. This ensures that our members and students are first choice for employers who are recruiting financially trained business leaders.
We are committed to upholding the highest ethical and professional standards, and to maintaining public confidence in management accounting.
Information for students interested in SGH-CIMA programmes
The operational level
The operational level covers the implementation of strategy, as well as reporting on the implementation of strategy. Its focus is the short-term.
The management level
The management level translates the strategy decided at higher levels, and communicates it to lower levels for implementation. It monitors and reports on the implementation of strategy, and ensures corrective action is taken when required. It has a medium-term focus.
The strategic level
The strategic level concentrates on making strategic decisions and providing the context in which those decisions will be implemented. Its focus is the long-term.