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EEC Lecturers

Academic Supervisors

  • Ph.D. Krzysztof Gawlikowski
  • Professor Jerzy Paweł Nowacki


  • M.Sc. Eng. U Than Htun Aung
  • M.Sc. András Pinter
  • M.A.Maciek Kaluzny
  • Mr. Thein Myint Wai
  • Ph.D. Mr. Min Thaung

Visiting Lecturers

  • M.A. Malgorzata Eysmontt
  • Ph.D. Katarzyna Cybulska
  • M.A. Mirek Cias
  • Ph.D. Paweł Kowalski
  • Ph.D. Paweł Pyrka

Ph.D. Krzysztof Gawlikowski

Acclaimed academic, Professor Krzysztof Gawlikowski, is the founder and Director of the Centre of East Asian Civilizations at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Warsaw. He graduated in psychology from Warsaw University in 1967 and has undertaken further studies at the Peking Institute of Languages and at Peking University. The author of 15 major works, Prof Gawlikowski’s main fields of interest include East Asian political traditions and their impact on the modern society; comparisons of Confucian and western civilisations; and dialogue among civilisations and cultures. As well as SWPS, Prof. Gawlikowski has lectured at University of California, Santa Barbara; Waseda University (Japan), Renmin University of China, Thammasat University in Bangkok, as well as institutions in Italy, France and Germany. He has also served as an expert on East Asian and East European affairs for several governments and as an advisor to various companies, including big, international companies.

Professor Jerzy Paweł Nowacki

is graduated from Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of Warsaw University. He obtained his PhD and Habilitation from the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of Polish Academy of Sciences.
Author or editor of several monographs and more than 80 articles on computer science, mechanics and e-learning Prof. Nowacki is a member of International Society for the Interaction of Mechanics and Mathematics, Polish Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Polish Society for the Applications of Electromagnetism (1992–1997 president), Polish Scientific Society of Internet Education. President or Committee member of several international symposia, mainly in Poland, Japan and Sweden. Former member of Editing Bodies of Journal of Technical Physics and International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics in Materials. Leader of several research projects in the field of computer science and mechanics.
He obtained several distinctions: Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette (Japan), Order of Polonia Restituta, Commander’s Cross (Poland), Medal of the National Education Commission (Poland).
From 1994 Founder and President of Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology (PJAIT PJAITPJAITPJAIT), Warsaw, Poland.
He supervised several international educational projects, realized by PJAIT PJAITPJAITPJAIT, mainly directed to Vietnam and Ukraine, supported by United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA JICAJICA) and the “Polish Aid” programme, coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In the frame of this programs, in the period 2004–2010 the centers for education in computer science via the Internet were established in several universities i.e. Hanoi University of Sciences, National Economics University (Hanoi), University of Information Technology (HCMC HCMCHCMC), National Technical University of Ukraine (Kiev), and Odessa National Polytechnic University.

M.Sc. Eng. U Than Htun Aung

Principal and Managing Director EEC Business School. He is a Ph.D Degree candidate at Warsaw University. He founded EEC Company Ltd. in 2013. In 1999 he graduated from Warsaw University of Technology with a M.Sc. Electronic Engineer degree. He had experience from 2000 to 2013 over ten years as investment consulting expert in international financial market at private equity firm in Warsaw. Since 2001 until present he has conducted classes in SWPS University as permanent lecturer on the business culture in Southeast Asia.

M.Sc. András Pinter

MSc in Entrepreneurship, New Venture Creation, Lund University, Sweden. One year master program, driven by innovation, an international pool of high achievers and successful entrepreneurs. Created, developed and exploited business opportunities by launching and managing new ventures.

BSc in International Business Administration, WU Wien, Austria. Received a qualitatively and quantitatively broad, economic education with special focus on business languages and intercultural management from Europe’s largest business school. Graduated among the top tier 25% (out of 5792 students).BIG – Sales Growth Drivers and Enablers, Imperial Tobacco —2012 Awarded with a high level of understanding of Imperial Tobacco’s Sales and Growth Enablers by Group Sales and Marketing Director.

M.A.Maciek Kaluzny

Mr Kaluzny has been working in the areas of academics, corporate training, and consulting. He has extensive experience in public relations and diplomacy from both public and private sectors. He has also acted as a communications consultant to a number of multinational corporations, including Lufthansa Airlines, Chevron and Microsoft. Mr Kaluzny holds a Masters degree in Politics, and a Diploma in Public Relations from Warsaw School of Economics.

Mr. Thein Myint Wai

He wrote and published 4 collections of economic articles in Myanmar language. In- Charge for Curriculum Development and Instructor, Trade Training Institute, Ministry of Commerce (MOC), Myanmar. He earned Bachelor and Master Degrees from Yangon University of Economic (YUECO), and attending Ph.D course at YUECO. He worked for the YUE as an instructor about 9th years. He has been transferred to MOC from YUECO under the Ministry of Education since 2006. He is writing trade and economic articles in various journals and Magazines. Also he usually makes interviews about trade and economic situations with various Media such MRTV, Sky Net , DVB , Kamayut Media and MWD TV channels. He also serves as a moderator or panelist in some seminars, workshop sand forums

Ph.D. Mr. Min Thaung

Associate professor

Professor and Head of Department, International Relations Department, Dagon University, Yangon University Campus, Dagon University, Yangon

M.A. Malgorzata Eysmontt

Malgorzata Eysmontt is a Polish Advocate at the Warsaw BAR of Advocates and an assistant lecturer at the Department of Civil and Labour Law at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Warsaw, Poland. She conducts classes in civil and European Union law, as well as the English language classes for foreign students within the so-called Preparatory School. She is also an owner of the law firm Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Małgorzata Eysymontt in Warsaw which offers legal services and advice in family, civil, criminal and European Union law. She special is in family law and the institutional law of the European Union which are the main areas of her interest, research and publications. She holds a Master’s Degree in Law and has also graduated from the Postgraduate Studies in the European Union and Public Administration in the European Union.
She is currently working on her doctoral dissert at on regarding the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. She has great experience in conducting workshops in various subjects with foreign students from allover the world. She speaks fluent English and French. Her interests include: learning foreign languages, travelling around the world, photography and cross-culture communication.