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Poland : Asseco to educate future business analysts and software engineers

July 24, 2014



Asseco Poland s specialists together with the faculty of the University of Information Technology and Management are responsible for the development of study programs for both the majors as well as for giving the required classes. For the sake of time efficiency and convenience to students, the organizers are going to provide some courses online, without the need of arriving to the university. It is also noteworthy that Business Analysis is quite a rare major at Polish schools and, due to the lack of experts in this area, the university is going to cooperate with Asseco.

In Poland, there is still a shortage of people with the right skills and competence in business analysis, especially when it comes to international projects. It takes a lot of time and effort to recruit suitable candidates for the job. The required knowledge can be best obtained from hands-on business practitioners and Asseco Poland specialists are vastly experienced in this area. Our cooperation with the University of Information Technology and Management is an opportunity to seek potential employees who want to develop in this direction, says Bo?ena Rumak, Director for Analyses at the Product Planning and Development Department of Asseco Poland, who supervises the above-mentioned Business Analysis program.

Under the agreement, Asseco Poland has undertaken to provide 60 hours of teaching within the Software Engineering program and 112 hours of teaching within the Business Analysis program, as well as to prepare and provide study materials for the courses taught by Asseco specialists.

Our goal is to offer practical approach education. Thanks to our cooperation with Asseco within the preparation and implementation of postgraduate programs, our students will have a chance to gain qualifications which are in demand on the labour market. We have joined forces with the largest Polish IT company and the results of this innovative project will be already assessed by students of the first edition of our postgraduate programs, emphasizes Marta Cisek-Babiarz, Director for Postgraduate Studies at the University of Information Technology and Management.

Asseco Poland has been actively involved in education projects for many years. Currently, the company cooperates with the Warsaw University of Life Sciences where Asseco specialists run a series of practical classes related to the implementation of IT projects.


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