Analysis of Business Processes - Tischner European University
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Analysis of Business Processes

The role and importance of the analyst in contemporary organizations is constantly growing. This applies to both commercial companies and public administration units.

Your knowledge and analytical skills will make you a guide through the processes taking place inside and around the organization. Thanks to the efficient use of data, you will be able to suggest to other employees what decisions they should make while completing their tasks.

  • you will gain broad competences that will allow you to take up jobs in various positions related to management, analytics or technology
  • you will work with modern tools, such as: databases: MSSQL, Postgres, MySQL, MongoDB; BI; tools: Power BI, Tableau, Jaspersoft; data analysis: Python and Neural Networks
  • you will learn how to use Neuron Networks and Natural Language Processing in practice
  • you will get the opportunity to participate in projects carried out by the world’s lar gest companies, e.g. Alexander Mann Solutions
  • you will use the tools that companies around the world work with
  • you will be able to study in a building located in the heart of one of Krakow’s economic zones

Modeling and analysis of business processes - Practical learning of modeling methods and mapping business processes in companies. Analysis of available tools aimed at improving and increasing the efficiency of business operations.

Descriptive analytics - business analytics based on creating business data models. Practical classes that teach how to prepare data for analysis, calculation and the use of visualization in data presentation. The use of SQL language, ETL mechanisms, storytelling.

Predictive analytics - analytics based on the use of existing company data, activity patterns, repeatability of processes and on this basis drawing conclusions regarding the company's future operation, building action scenarios.

Modeling and data processing - analysis of methods, techniques and tools for building IT systems for Big Data: databases and data warehouses for Big Data, relational databases and the use of the Azure platform, generating reports based on Big Data.

Security and data protection - presentation of methods and tools to protect against illegal access to data; data collection and storage standards; case study analysis of data security threats; protection system architecture design; GDPR - protection of personal data.

  • data analyst
  • business process analyst
  • sales analyst
  • marketing campaign analyst
  • international companies and enterprises
  • corporations
  • outsourcing centers
  • business development and analytics departments
  • public administration units

Note! In the period from 1st April  until further notice (due to the epidemiological situation) the required documents are:

  • scan (or photo) of the completed, printed and signed application form
  • confirmation of payment  the application fee (read more below),
  • declaration of the delivery the required documents at a later date.

Please send the above documents by e-mail to rekrutacja@wse.krakow.pl

Applications for all candidates to Business Linguistics programme at the TEU are submitted in accordance with one of two sets of admission rules:

  • for Polish citizens (even as dual citizenship),
  • for foreigners, i.e. persons who do not hold Polish citizenship.

Foreign candidates who apply for studies should submit (by post or in person) to the Marketing and Recruitment Department the following documents:

1) completed and signed application form;

2) ID photograph;

3) High School Education Diploma including a marksheet (or another foreign document) that entitles to apply for undergraduate studies in its country of issue, with apostille or legalisation;

4) confirmation of payment the application fee* (200 euro) and the semester tuition fee;

5) English certificate (which confirms knowledge of foreign language at least at B1 or higher level) or a signed declaration of knowledge of the English language;

6) certified translation of all documents issued in the language other than the Polish or English languages.

Payment should be made to:

Tischner European University
Jana Pawla II 39a Av.,
31-864 Kraków, Poland

Total amount: 4700 euro (*the application fee is non-refundable)

Name of the bank: ING Bank Slaski SA o/ Krakow

IBAN/ Account Number: PL 03 1050 1445 1000 0022 9408 2777

SWIFT CODE: INGBPLPW

With a note: APPLICATION AND TUITION FEES

Polish candidates who apply for studies should submit (by post or in person) to the Marketing and Recruitment Department the following documents:

1) completed and signed application form;

2) ID photograph;

3) Polish Matura certificate;

4) confirmation of payment the recruitment fee* (85 zł) and application fee (300 zł);

5) English certificate (which confirms knowledge of foreign language at least at B1 or higher level) or a signed declaration of knowledge of the English language;

Payment should be made to:

Wyższa Szkoła Europejska im. ks. Józefa Tischnera 

11 1050 1445 1000 0022 7132 3038

Total amount: 385 zł (*the recruitment fee is non-refundable)

Name of the bank: ING Bank Slaski SA o/ Krakow

Polish citizens

Foreigners

Full-time studies

Full-time studies

per month

per semester

total amount per one year

1190 PLN

5950 PLN

4500 EUR

ANY QUESTIONS?
CALL US OR WRITE TO US!


phone: 12 683 24 04 (07)
e-mail: rekrutacja@wse.krakow.pl

address:
Al. Jana Pawła II 39a
31-864 Kraków
pok. 211

An expert says

Two elements play a key role in the analyst’s work. The first of these is methodology, i.e. a way of working with problems and data. The ability to quickly reach the essence of the studied phenomenon is a daily task that requires the analyst to learn ways to ask the right questions. The second element is a set of tools for working with data. Processing large data sets and drawing important tips from them are the challenges we face every day. In all this, pace is also important. Reports prepared manually at the end of a week or a month are slowly losing their meaning. Today, companies expect that the data is available in real time, and it’s modification is a task for several hours, not days.

Przemysław Radziszewski, MA
Substantive supervisor of Strategic Management

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mgr Łukasz Czajka
mgr Łukasz Czajka
mgr inż. Przemysław Radziszewski
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dr Małgorzata Mitoraj-Jaroszek
dr Małgorzata Mitoraj-Jaroszek
dr Grażyna Urbanik-Papp
dr Grażyna Urbanik-Papp
dr Michał Futyra
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