UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA - UNIVERSITY FOR YOU!
 
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Address:
ul. Willowa 2
43-309 Bielsko-Biała
Poland 


Dean’s office:
building L, 2nd floor 
tel.: +48 (33) 82 79 207 / +48 (33) 82 79 223 
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Information: www.wzit.ath.bielsko.pl 

Main fields of study:

  • Management
  • Transport
  • Sociology
  • International Management - in English

 

The main topics of research conducted on Faculty of Management and Transport are:

a) in the field of management:

  • Analysis of transport investment efficiency in the context of social and economic cohesion of the region.
  • Analysis of development trends on the market of goods and passengers transport.
  • Audits of logistics and quality system.
  • SWOT analysis in the range of marketing and logistic activities.
  • The optimization of supply levels.
  • Studying customer's satisfaction and loyalty.
  • Working out and implementing a quality management system, according to ISO 9001.
  • Markets and Marketing research.
  • Creating and maintaining market research, in the range of providing tourist and recreation service.
  • Procedures of human resources management, realized with reference to disabled people.
  • Risk management and calculating working costs.

b) in the field of transport:

  • Application of the Intelligent Transport Systems.
  • Prediction of the emission from the vehicles engines and fuel consumption.
  • Modelling of transport impact on the air quality in cities, both in micro and mezoscale.
  • Dynamics of multibody system, including those with flexible elements.
  • Application of the rigid finite element method
  • Measurements of traffic flow and traffic noise level.
  • Selected issues of machine control.
  • Modelling offshore devices.
  • Selected issues of safety in transport.

c) in the field of sociology:

  • Women on labour market in cities and country areas.
  • Space of women's lives.
  • Opportunities and hurdles of including the disabled in labour market.
  • The individual and new media in information society.
  • Metropolisation processes in polycentric regions.
  • Local government and innovative thinking.
  • Creating metropolitan class in urban areas.
  • Social and economic conditions of young people migrations from cities and country areas.
  • Creating civic society and the development of political culture.
  • Labour market research in the sector of services.
  • Creating corporate culture of enterprises, companies and public institutions.