The rules of Apprenticeship at the University College of Enterprise and Administration in Lublin

People responsible for the organisation of Apprenticeship:
1. Apprenticeship’s Coordinator WSPA
2. Vocational & Educational Adviser WSPA – Agnieszka Małochleb, MA
3. Apprenticeship’s Plenipotentiary of the course:
– Administration – Paweł Rogalski, Ph.D.,
– Architecture – Karol Tymczak, MSc,
– Media and Journalism – Łukasz Borkowski, MA,
– Finance and Accounting – Andrzej Borowski, MA.,
Computer Science – Michalina Gryniewicz-Jaworska, Ph.D.,
– Sociology – Ewa Miszczak, Ph.D.,
– International Relations – Maria Mazur, Ph.D.,
– Transport – Paweł Dziubałko, MA.,
– Management – Anna Bielak, MA.

How to complete your Apprenticeship:
1. Go to the Vocational & Educational Adviser (room No. 115). On the basis of the initial interview, you will get advices for the Apprenticeship placement. If you have already chosen a place, the Vocational & Educational Adviser will verify it for the possibility of working there.
2. Go to the Apprenticeship’s Coordinator (room No. 115) in order to take the referral and the Apprenticeship agreement, which you will be obliged to submit it no later than the first day of the Apprenticeship.
3. Do the Apprenticeship.
4. Deliver the following documents:
* signed contract
* a correctly completed Apprenticeship journal or a report on the Apprenticeship,
* signed certificate of your Apprenticeship,
* signed opinion of the tutor of the Apprenticeship.

Remember! The student is obliged to have a current insurance against accidents for the duration of the Apprenticeship.

Do you currently work? Have you had an apprenticeship? It can also be approved! Apprenticeship’s Plenipotentiary of the course representative, at the request of the student, could include the following as Apprenticeship:
1) professional work performed by the student (if it was performed by the student during Apprenticeship),
2) Apprenticeship completed at any other university,
3) running a business on its own,
4) participating in apprenticeships in domestic or foreign enterprises guaranteeing the achievement of appropriate practical skills

– on the condition of compliance with the study program.

You should provide Apprenticeship’s Plenipotentiary of the course with the following:
1) details of institution in which the work or other activity was performed during Apprenticeship,
2) duration of an Apprenticeship,
3) details about the type of activities performed,
4) signature of the person authorized to issue the document.

If you have any doubts about the Apprenticeship, please send us an e-mail on (please include your name, surname, field of study and your phone number) or come to the Apprenticeship’s Office room No. 107a.

Opening hours: Apprenticeship’s Coordinator (room No. 115, phone: 81 45 29 439, e-mail:

• Monday: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
• Tuesday: closed
• Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
• Thursday: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
• Friday: closed
• Saturday: closed
• Sunday: closed

Opening hours: Vocational & Educational Adviser – Agnieszka Małochleb, MA (room No. 115, phone: 81 45 29 439, e-mail:

• Monday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
• Tuesday: closed
• Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
• Thursday: closed
• Friday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
• Saturday: closed
• Sunday: closed

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