Lower Silesian Network of Career Services [DSBK] was established by the agreement of Career Services operating in Lower Silesia at public and private universities and colledges.

The DSBK framework of Career Services allows greater efficiency in terms of exchange of information and knowledge, as well as own development. In addition, such cooperation allows for a significant degree of innovation, while acting within the area of social life, i.e. related to career counseling.

The most important tasks of the DSBK include:

  • Exchange of information on: projects relating to the labour market, vocational activation of students and graduates, vocational guidance;     
  • Mutual promotion of projects targeted at the academic community and employers, and implemented by various agencies affiliated with the Network;
  • Promoting the idea of professional career in academia and business of Lower Silesia.
  • Implementation, as far as possible and after obtaining the approval of the authorities of the universities, of joint projects, events, activities aimed at students/graduates and employers.

Lower Silesian Network of Career in their actions is guided by the principle of voluntarism and equality – decisions regarding participation in the different activities and initiatives of each agency are made individually, following the approval of the relevant authorities and the analysis of the logistic and organizational abilities of each office.


    Międzyuczelniane Biuro Karier
    50-382 Wrocław
    tel. (071) 37 57131; 37 57 134
    tel./fax (071) 37 57 132

    Career Services of Wrocław University of Economics
    Komandorska 118/120;
    53-345 Wrocław
    tel. (071) 36 80 784; 36 80 882

    Biuro Karier Politechniki Wrocławskiej
    Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego 27
    50-370 Wrocław
    tel: (071) 320 45 17

    Biuro Karier Dział Praktyk i Promocji Zawodowej Wyższej Szkoły Bankowej we Wrocławiu
    Fabryczna 29-31;
    53-609 Wrocław
    tel./fax (071) 356 16 28
    Biuro Karier Dolnośląskiej Szkoły Wyższej
    Wagonowa 9, room 1;
    53-609 Wrocław
    tel./fax (071) 358 27 68; 358-27-24
    Biuro Karier Państwowej Wyższej Szkoły Zawodowej im. Witelona w Legnicy
    Sejmowa 5A / build. E room 3
    59-220 Legnica
    tel. (076) 723 21 46, 723 23 48
    Biuro Karier Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego
    Norwida 25;
    50-375 Wrocław
    tel. (071) 320 10 26; fax. 320 10 27

    Akademickie Biuro Karier
    Uniwersytetu Medycznego we Wrocławiu
    Parkowa 34, 51-616 Wrocław
    room 106, 107
    tel. 71/324 90 63

    Biuro Karier HERMES Wyższej Szkoły Handlowej
    Ostrowskiego 22;
    53-238 Wrocław
    tel./fax (071) 333 11 08
    Biuro Karier Międzynarodowej Wyższej Szkoły Logistyki i Transportu
    Sołtysowicka 19b (room 16);
    51-168 Wrocław
    tel. (071) 324 68 42 int. 5; fax: (71) 325 15 61
    Biuro Karier Wyższej Szkoły Humanistycznej
    Robotnicza 70B
    53-609 Wrocław
    71/783 38 28 int. 201

    Careerand Erasmus Office of General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military Academy of Land Forces in Wrocław
    Czajkowskiego 109
    51-150 Wrocław
    71/ 76 58 702

    Biuro Karier Wyższej Szkoły Zarządzania „Edukacja” we Wrocławiu
    Krakowska 56-62
    50-425 Wrocław
    71 37 72 152

  Akademickie Biuro Karier
  Wyższej Szkoły Prawa im. Heleny Chodkowskiej
  Św. Jadwigi 12
  50-266 Wrocław
  tel. 71-71-88-136

  Biuro Karier Karkonoskiej Państwowej Szkoły Wyższej w Jeleniej Górze
  Lwówecka 18
  58-503 Jelenia Góra 5

  Biuro Karier
  Dolnośląskiej Wyższej Szkoły Przedsiębiorczości i Techniki w Polkowicach
  Skalników 6b, 59-100 Polkowice
  room 210 (1st floor)
  tel.: +48 (76) 746 53 45


Academic Career Services operate in Poland since 1993. The initiator of the creation of career services in our country was John C. Franks, Director of CS at the University of Hull in the UK, while the first Polish Office of Career Services were established thanks to his efforts, at the University of Nicolaus Copernicus.

Services in Poland were organized with the support of international programs (Know How, PHARE, Expand), although this support was often limited to trainings by EU experts or travels of staff for trainings abroad, and the main financial burden, i.e. salaries, premises and equipment was covered by universities and (in the case of eight offices created in 1997), the National Labour Office and the Regional Labour Offices. In 2002, the Ministry of Economy and Labour announced a competition for grants to enable the establishment and development of Career Services at Polish universities under operational programme "First Job". The result of these actions was a significant increase in the number of such institutions. In Poland, in the academic year 2004/2005, in the public and non-public schools, 202 Career Services offices operated, of which more than 100 the were members of the National Network of Career Services [OSBK]1

Career services help the academic community to find themselves in the new reality of university and professional career, in the local community and beyond. They draw attention to the practical skills needed to navigate the job market, while informing about its demands and trends. They form a bridge not only between education and the aforementioned labour market, but also relay the needs between the two groups of its key customers: employers and potential employees.

1 K. Adamiak, R. Kornatowski. Akademickie Biura Karier. Poradnik. Warsaw: Ministry of Economy and Labour 2005, p. 11.
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