Universities we collaborate with

Tischner European University

Advisory Group TEST Human Resources is a programme partner Tischner European University in Kraków. TEST developed and provided support for the post-graduate course in Human Resources Management. Each year these courses attract the greatest number of students as compared to other courses of this kind in southern Poland.

Tischner European University in Kraków was established in 2003. Its uniqueness may be attributed to educational offer revised on an annual basis and developed based on most demanded specialisations. Among other prominent figures, the university is supported by Władysław Bartoszewski, Norman Davies and Andrzej Zoll.

Jagiellonian University – Faculty of Management and Social Communication, Institute of Economics and Management

TEST’s experts collaborate with the Institute of Economics and Management of the Jagiellonian University providing lectures at post-graduate courses in Human Resources Management. As part of the studies we conduct classes in recruitment and selection of candidates, employee appraisal, and scope of reduction and outplacement programs.

The Faculty of Management and Social Communication is among the largest faculties of the Jagiellonian University, including seven institutes and three independent chairs. The Institute of Economics and Management is one of them. It is worth mentioning that the Faculty of Management and Social Communication is the only faculty in Poland authorised to confer doctoral and postdoctoral degrees in humanities in the field of management.

Kraków School of Business at Kraków University of Economics

Advisory Group TEST Human Resources’ experts collaborate with Kraków School of Business at Kraków University of Economics providing lectures at post-graduate MBA courses in Company Audit and Psychology for Business.

The School of Entrepreneurship and Management was established in 1991 by Rector of Academy of Economics in Kraków (currently Kraków University of Economics). In 2007 the school’s name was changed to Kraków School of Business. The school’s curricula are modified on an on-going basis, taking into account job market analyses, and adjusted to Western European standards. The school runs post-graduate courses, MBA courses, training courses and research programs. Its dynamic development and great results make it rank high in Poland and also contribute to ever-rising acknowledgment of the School on the international scale.