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Admission for a course: “Copywriting in Polish”

16.02.2022 - 13:57 update 18.02.2022 - 17:53
Editors: AJS

We start a series of training within the “Level up↑ project – increasing efficient communication of the University of Silesia and shaping the attitudes of openness in the academic environment.”

The programme is co-financed by the European Social Fund within the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development Increasing competencies of the academic staff and the institutions potential to receive people from abroad – Welcome to Poland implemented within the action stipulated in the application for funding No. POWR.03.03.00-00-PN14/18.

Course in Copywriting in Polish

Admission deadline: 18 February 2022

Training date: 21-22 February 2022

The participants of the training session can be an employee of management and administrative staff who submit a complete set of the documents within the deadline to the Marketing Department (the Rectorate, room 1.2). You can submit the documents in person or send them by traditional or intra-university post.

In the event of gaining the same number of points, the order of applications is decisive. Employees from the campuses in Cieszyn, Chorzów, and Sosnowiec can send their application forms via email to piotr.skrzynecki@us.edu.pl (without the scan of the documents), and then submit the original forms of the documents during the admission process. In the case the complete set of documents is not submitted in the printed form during the admission process, the e-mail application will be cancelled.

The admission process is conducted by the Marketing Department; in case you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail: piotr.skrzynecki@us.edu.pl, or phone: 32 359 2434.

The training sessions are financed from project No. PPI/WTP/2019/1/00028/U/00001, a participant bears no costs. Feel free to apply.

Dokumenty do pobrania:

Soon, the admission process for the following training sessions will start:

  1. Inclusive communication at the University – how not to exclude in the process of oral and written communication
  2. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for users with basic digital competencies

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