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., & Sennikova, I. (2016). Factors Affecting the Choice of Higher Education Institutions by Prospective Students in Latvia. CBU International Conference Proceedings , 4 , 422–430. Saaty, T. L. (1993). Принятие решений: метод анализа иерархий . Радио и связь. Saaty, Thomas L. (2012). Decision Making for Leaders: the analytic hierarchy process for decisions in a complex world (3rd ed.). RWS Publications. Sojkin, B., Bartkowiak, P., & Skuza, A. (2012). Determinants of higher education choices and student satisfaction: the case of Poland

education, Higher Education , Vol. 48, No. 1 , pp. 5–26. 56. Tetrevova, L., Vlckova, V. (2018). Benefits, limitations and measures concerning the development of cooperation between higher education institutions and external entities, Tertiary Education and Management , . 57. Thomson, A.M., Perry, J.L. (2006). Collaboration processes: Inside the black box, Public Administration Review , Vol. 66 , pp. 20–32. 58. Wilson, J., Hynes, N. (2008). Co-evolution of firms and strategic alliances: theory and empirical

Introduction Higher education institutions (HEIs), such as universities and research centres, are important to local economies as such institutions serve as sources of local employment and produce skilled workforces and new knowledge. HEIs are also important nodes in distributed innovation surroundings. In addition to educating students and conducting basic research, HEIs may offer vital support to firms in their innovation processes ( Cohen, Levinthal 1990 ; Chesbrough 2006 ). Firms with the ability to establish connections with HEIs may be more prone to


Human Resources Management in Higher Education Institutions in Poland The paper presents the diagnosis of the human resources management in Polish higher education institutions. The analysis of source literature was applied as a research method. The essence and components of HRM in connection with the university management system were discussed, the theoretical solutions, including those resulting from the provisions of the Law, and their practical implementations, were given a broad outline. The directions of changes concerning HRM that have recently taken place in HEIs were indicated. In conclusion it was stated that the human resources management in Polish higher education institutions still requires improvement, primarily in the areas of motivation and remuneration, evaluation and development of employees. It requires the improvement of the university management system, a reliable development of its mission, vision and strategy, and on the basis of those - the development of personnel strategy, and HRM processes, procedures and tools. It has been suggested that the inclusion of university employees, particularly the research and teaching staff, in the management process (through the participatory management style), can contribute to both improving the process and developing and improving the personnel function.

References Adomßent, M., Fischer, D., Godemann, J., Herzig, C., Otte, I., Rieckmann, M., Timm, J. (2014), “Emerging areas in research on higher education for sustainable development management education, sustainable consumption and perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe”, Journal of Cleaner Production , Vol. 62, pp. 1-7, doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.09.045. Aleixo, A.M., Leal, S., Azeiteiro, U.M. (2018), “Conceptualization of sustainable higher education institutions, roles, barriers, and challenges for sustainability: An exploratory study in Portugal

professor. He is considered to be the founder of the Lubin Copper Belt. A monument honouring him stands in Lubin and there is a commemorative plaque on the building where he lived in Warsaw. The Regional Museum in Brzozów (Wyżykowski was born in the neighbouring Haczów) holds an exhibition dedicated to his scientific activity. 14 The new main building constructed for the requirements of the higher education institution in Polkowice, currently the Jan Wyżykowski University, was commissioned in 2015. It has a total usable area of 3.2 thousand square metres, and total volume


Involvement of European Union plays an important role in the areas of education and training equally. The member states are responsible for organizing and operating their education and training systems themselves. And, EU policy is aimed at supporting the efforts of member states and trying to find solutions for the common challenges which appear. In order to make our future sustainable maximally; the key to it lies in education. The highly qualified workforce is the key to development, advancement and innovation of the world. Nowadays, the competitiveness of higher education institutions has become more and more appreciated in the national economy. In recent years, the frameworks of operation of higher education systems have gone through a total transformation. The number of applying students is continuously decreasing in some European countries therefore only those institutions can “survive” this shortfall, which are able to minimize the loss of the number of students. In this process, the factors forming the competitiveness of these budgetary institutions play an important role from the point of view of survival. The more competitive a higher education institution is, the greater the chance is that the students would like to continue their studies there and thus this institution will have a greater chance for the survival in the future, compared to ones lagging behind in the competition. Aim of our treatise prepared is to present the current situation and main data of the EU higher education and we examine the performance of higher education: to what extent it fulfils the strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth which is worded in the framework of Europe 2020 programme. The treatise is based on analysis of statistical data.

and information about Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) is then the first requirement for the development of empirical studies. The second relevant aspect is the consideration of the quality of the available data and information. In higher education, we observe a kind of paradox. While we are leaving in the Big data era, in which huge amount of data are produced, stored in non-SQL databases, and analyzed on large scale, in this field still relational databases are used to organize the existing data and information, and cases of “little data or no data” at all

., (2014). Pengajian Malaysia, Edisi Kelima. Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd. [16] Shariffuddin, S., Razali, J., Shaaidi, W. R. W., & Ibrahim, I. S. A. (2017). Transformation Of Higher Education Institutions In Malaysia : A Transformation of Higher Education Institutions In Malaysia : A Review. Journal of Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship (GBSE) , 1 no. 2 (January), 126–136. [17] West-Burnham, J., (2010). Rethinking educational leadership: from improvement to transformation. Continuum International Publishing Group [18] Yin, R. K. (2011). Qualitative research from

Language Policy).” European Journal of Language Policy , vol. 3, no. 1, 2011, pp. 108-12. Tomusk, Voldemar. Creating the European Area of Higher Education. Voices from the Periphery . Springer, 2007. Trigo, Salvato. The Bologna Process at Portuguese Higher Education Institutions . A Presentation at the Expanding Europe – Jubilee Rectors’ Conference, University of Pécs, Hungary, 2010. Tudor, Ian. Learner-Centredness as Language Education . Cambridge UP, 1996. Ur, Penny. “Language-Teaching Method Revisited.” English Language Teaching Journal , vol. 67, no. 4, 2013, pp