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ACCOMMODATION in Sucha Beskidzka

ACCOMMODATION in Sucha Beskidzka

 

 At our students’ disposal there are residence halls situated near the University and the swimming pool (at the distance of about 50 m you can find a modern indoor swimming pool with a jacuzzi, water slide, heated pools and a salt cave). The halls are also in close vicinity to the city centre, walking and cycling routes and mountain trails. Rooms are equipped with high speed Internet connection. What is more, we provide our students with such facilities as sports ground, a fitness center, a gym and the swimming pool. It is as well possible to find higher standard accommodation in the Conference and Training Centre. A lot of students also live in lodgings, which contributes to the development of Sucha Beskidzka.

 

Student residence halls

 

 

 

Conference and Training Centre

 

 

 

Modern indoor swimming pool

 

 

Workshops

Workshops

 

 

 

 

 

Apart from lectures, students of UCTE can also benefit from workshops, where they can gain practical skills - for example learn how to negotiate or prepare a programme and a full scenario of a mass event. Workshops are a place where you can strengthen your creativity and develop your ingenuity. 

From the notes of UCTE student...

Interpersonal Communication

Practical classes that I will always remember. 

Everyone had the opportunity to present themselves, in order to learn how to gesture, talk and sit effectively and improve our interpersonal communication skills. What really is interpersonal communication? It may take a long time to explain. We didn’t learn only about non-verbal communication, but also many interesting facts about ourselves. Who is a visual learner and who is an auditory learner? We discovered it through tests, words or even simple gestures. How to identify when someone is lying? Do restless eyes suggest dishonesty or embarrassment? What is a so-called ‘third eye’? How to shake hands and recognise a ‘limp’ handshake? What is a ‘bone crusher’ or a ‘limp fish’ handshake? How to be assertive? During the workshops we explored these and many more interesting topics. A great deal of practical exercises helped me to overcome a lot of problems and I am now aware of my body language. I have learned how to behave during a job interview, how to properly fold my hands, how to use ‘body talk’ to be well received and how to be more convincing. The Interpersonal Communication workshop has taught me techniques and methods to effectively use communication skills.

Asia, 3rd year PR

 

Psychology of Negotiation

Every single one of us had something to negotiate in his life - from the price in the store to the brother’s or sister’s CD - with varying degrees of success. Often our efforts ended up with failures.

The course, mysteriously called ‘Psychology of Negotiation’, was conducted as workshops, during which we learned how to force through our ideas or opinions. Everyone already had some experience in this matter but we didn’t know how to make use of it. During the improvised meetings in our imaginary company, we represented different points of view. We had to think of everything - from the atmosphere during our talks and taking right places at the table, to the division of responsibilities and discussing the strategy of action. What seemed easy at the beginning, turned out to be more difficult than we thought. We created and acted out scenarios of conversations, so that we could find out what awaits us if we negotiate in ‘real life’. Watching films was an additional attraction. It would seem that comedies can’t teach us anything, that films we already watched, even several times, can’t provide anything new. But we were wrong. Every time we watched a film, we had to capture something new, that might be useful in the difficult art of negotiation. We could feel the thrill on our own skin and see what it means to negotiate, for example, for a human life. The Psychology of Negotiation workshop has taught me how to behave during the ‘summit meetings’, as well as how to be a successful negotiator in everyday life. 

 Kasia, 2nd year PR

Authorities

Authorities

 

- Rector Professor Postdoc. of Law Mr. Janusz Sondel, 
professor of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, winner of the Prize Foundation for Polish Science in 1999, has repeatedly rewarded by the Ministry of National Education. Long-time researcher at the Jagiellonian University - Specialist in Rome.

- The Chancellor is MSc Maria Grzechynka, 
A graduate of the Academy of Economics in Krakow, the Hotel Director Monttis ** Sucha Beskidzka.

- Dean of the Faculty of Tourism and Recreation is Doctor Krzysztof Borkowski, 
Head of tourist services and teaching staff at the Academy of Physical Education in Krakow.

- Dean of the Faculty of Political Sciences is Doctor Marek Łabaj, 
A multi-researcher at the Academy of Physical Education in Krakow.

- Dean of the Faculty of Science is Doctor Eng. Radosław Klimek
A multi-researcher at the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow.

 

 

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FACULTIES AND DEPARTMENTS

FACULTIES AND DEPARTMENTS

 

The University College of Tourism and Ecology offers education in three faculties: Leisure and Tourism, Computer Sciences and Social Sciences. All departments within each faculty are accredited by the National Accreditation Commission. Within our University students can pursue a bachelor's degree, an engineering degree or a master’s degree. 

 

 

Graduating from the Faculty of Leisure and Tourism enables employment in the local government units, regional development agencies and tourism offices. Our students can also gain additional skills during free coaching workshops in self and career management. Graduates obtain a bachelor's degree and may continue their education to pursue a master's degree, which prepares them for work in the tourism and hospitality companies and associated industries operating both in Poland and abroad.

 

 

The Faculty highlights:

 

  1.      1st place among Polish universities providing tourism courses, according to the ‘Tourist News’
  2. One of the most attractive internship programmes allowing our students to serve their internships in Poland and  abroad
  3. Courses in English
  4. Opportunities to gain additional qualifications, eg: foreign tour manager, leisure organiser, fitness instructor
  5. Individual Career Path for the best students 

 

Studies at the Faculty of Leisure and Tourism are aimed at those who wish to pursue careers as managers of tourism facilities and venues or find employment in tourism, hospitality and catering industries that operate domestically and internationally. Our graduates can also work in other areas of professional activity, such as: sport, recreation and leisure facilities, wellness centers, tourist information centers and public administration. The Faculty boasts alumni who are employed in such renowned companies as: London Luton Airport, the Marriot hotels, BP Rainbow Tours, BP Wezyr, the Nowotel Hotel, the Qubus Hotel, International Cracow Airport, International Katowice Airport, Silesian Tourist Organisation, city councils, Babia Góra National Park, Park of miniatures in Inwałd, Sunflowers - travel agency and corporate tourism center, AmericanTours International.

 

The Faculty of Computer Sciences aims to prepare professionals who wish to pursue their careers in the IT sector. Our graduates find employment in global IT companies (working as: programmers, system analysts, graphic designers or webmasters). They can work individually or in a team either as software engineers or project managers, implementing newly designed or already existing computer systems for companies designing and developing software. Gaining practical skills and knowledge of the Internet technologies provides our students with vast opportunities to find work as designers of the Internet applications, including applications related to the electronic business. The knowledge of multimedia technologies enables our students to find employment in graphic design businesses and companies producing games and films.

 

 

The Faculty highlights:

 

  1. The University offers state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities, which are crucial for studying computer science.
  2. Students acquire programming skills in main languages ​​and software environments and learn to implement and verify software components according to their specification.
  3. Our excellent staff delivers comprehensive knowledge of the IT field and the latest technologies.
  4. The Faculty provides its students with free internet access in the University internet cafés and a free wi-fi zone in the entire facility.
  5. Computer science is a dynamically changing field. Therefore, we place a special emphasis on developing students’ analytical thinking and the ability to put knowledge into practise.

 

The Faculty’s alumni work in such companies as: Infonet Projekt, Sygnity in Cracow, Smart4avations, Comset S.A, ConSol, Hutchinson Poland, Mobiltek, Fideltronik Imel Sucha Beskidzka, Comarch, Sabre Polska, Cracow Delphi Technical Center, DLK 24. 

 

 

The Faculty of Social Sciences educates future experts in communication consulting and specialists who can find employment in advertising agencies and the media. We prepare highly qualified personnel for advertising and marketing departments of various businesses and professionals responsible for creating the image of public figures, companies and organizations. Our graduates work for the press, radio and television editorial offices, advertising and PR agencies, web portals, public administration, local authorities, government agencies, business and social organizations, international institutions, parliamentary and senatorial offices, advertising, marketing and mass media departments in various industries.

 

 

The Faculty highlights:

 

  1. Internships at the European Parliament in Brussels
  2. Modern majors tailored to the needs of the labour market, eg: Journalism and Social Media
  3. Cooperation with the media: TVP Kraków, radio RDN Małopolska, Gazeta Krakowska
  4. Academic staff: PR practitioners, radio and television journalists

 

The Faculty’s alumni are employed by such companies as: TVP Katowice, the well-known production company Rochstar, Trade Fairs in Cracow (the marketing department), Gazeta Krakowska, Zepter International (as sales managers), the Agency for Restructuring and Modernisation of Agriculture, City Council of Wisła, Cultural Centres, TTG Poland, information services and portals.

 

Graduating from the University College of Tourism and Ecology enables young people to find attractive jobs all over Europe - the University is one of the leading centers in Poland educating tourism and IT professionals. The Academic Careers Office, which cooperates with the best companies and entrepreneurs, helps our graduates develop their careers. UCTE alumni are highly sought after and valued by employers across Europe. 

 

 

ERASMUS “THE LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME”

ERASMUS “THE LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME”

 

 

Erasmus is a kind of certificate to enable our College to apply for funding for specific actions provided for in the Erasmus program, which aims primarily to develop the quality and attractiveness of vocational education and to facilitate international cooperation and exchanges in education. 

 

The Lifelong Learning Program is a new program of the European Union in the field of education and training, scheduled for 2007-2013. Been included programs already implemented in the SOCRATES and LEONARDO DA VINCI program, Jean Monnet, e-Learning and the European Language Label.

The aim of the "Lifelong learning" is to intensify European cooperation and exchanges in the field of education in the four programs:

- Comenius

- Erasmus

- Leonardo da Vinci

- Grundtvig

 

and Transversal Program and the Jean Monnet.

Erasmus is a program of cooperation between universities. It is primarily designed for universities, their students and staff. In some of its shares may attend other institutions, organizations or companies that cooperate with universities.

Countries participating in ERASMUS:

- 27 European Union countries,

- 3 European Economic Area countries Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway,

- The candidate country: Turkey