REKLAMA

The Ranking of the State Higher Vocational Schools includes schools that had a minimum two years of graduates and participated in surveys. 100 points means the best result within a given criterion. The other results are the relative values of the best result in the given criterion. (for example, 64.5 means that the institution has achieved 64.5% of the best university score in a given criterion).

PRESTIGE 10%

  • Academic reputation (teaching) 10 % – a number of indications based on survey conducted among academic staff (full professors as well as PhDs with habilitation, who have obtained their academic titles within the previous three years). In the past three years, a total of 2500 full professors and PhDs with habilitation partcipated in the survey. The survey did not take into account the votes in favor of the institution being the principal place of employment of the respondent. The survey was conducted in CATI-CAVI method. The survey was completed by Education Foundation “Perspektywy”.

GRADUATES ON THE LABOR MARKET 30%

  • Employer reputation(15%) - a number of indications resulting from the survey conducted by the company INDICATOR conducted on a representative group of employers following instruction by "Perspektywy". The survey was conducted in 2019 by CATI- CAVI method on a group of 1800 companies located in Poland. The results of research conducted in the past three years were taken into account. The survey included 5400 business entities representing all sectors of business in Poland in the past three years.
  • Alumni’s economic situation (15%) - the criterion measured by the indicator of the earnings level of graduates of a given university and the indicators of their employment - according to the nationwide survey "Alumni’s Economic Situation" conducted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education with the use of ZUS (Social Insurance Company) data. The indicator takes into account the three survey parameters: wages for earning wages in the county of residence (weight 0.5), work experience (weight 0.25), and the risk of unemployment against the unemployment rate in the county of residence (weight 0.25).

ACADEMIC POTENTIAL 30%

  • Fields of studies (12%) - counted as the sum of courses of the first degree with weight of 1, and the ratio of the number of courses of the second degree studies with weight of 0.5. Criterion calculated on the basis of POL-on data (integrated system for higher education).
  • Academic staff with highest qualifications (8%)  - defined as the ratio of the number of professors and PhDs with habilitation to the total number of teaching staff employed by the university. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.
  • Parametric evaluation (5%) – ratio of the sum of research capacity rating of univeristy units carried by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (calculated in the same way as Yi indicator in dotation algorithm). Source: KEJN.
  • Faculty development (5%) - measured by the ratio of academic titles and degrees obtained by university employed staff in 2016 and 2017 (PhD's with habilitation weighted 1.5 and full professors weighted 2.0) in relation to the total number of university academic staff - professors and doctoral degrees employed full-time on the basis of data from the POL-on.

TEACHING & LEARNING 10%

  • Teaching staff (10%) - ratio of the number of academic teaching full-time staff   (PhDs weighted 1.0; PhDs with habilitation weighted 1.5  and professors weighted 2,0) to the total number of students (full-time students weighted 1.0 and external students weighted 0.6). The criterion was calculated on the basis of the POL-on data.

INNOVATION 5%

  • EU funding (5%) - value of projects realized as part of the European Union innovation, infrastructure and development programs -  IS, IR, PC, WER, RPO, SBCCP.

INTERNATIONALIZATION 15%

  • International students (5%) - measured by the ratio of foreign students to the total number of students. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.
  • Foreign teaching staff (3%) - measured by the ratio of the number of international staff to the total number of full-time teaching staff. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.
  • Multicultural composition of student body (3%) - measured by the number of countries represented by at least 10 foreign students. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.
  • Student exchange (outbound) 2% - measured by the ratio of students going abroad on an exchange programme for at least one semester in 2017/2018  to the total number of students. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.
  • Student exchange (inbound) 2% - measured by the ratio of students coming to the academic institutions as part of a foreign exchange programme for at least one semester in 2017/2018 academic year to the total number of students. The criterion was measured on the basis of data from the POL-on.

Note: PhD with habilitation is the degree between doctoral degree and full professor title.

Presentation of results. As in the previous years, index in the university's rankings was calculated with an accuracy of one-tenth of a percent (one digit after the decimal point). Universities with similar results (differing by no more than 0.5 percent) have been classified on ex aequo positions.

Note: PhD with habilitation is the degree between doctoral degree and full professor title.

 

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