Jagiellonian University, which is situated in Krakow has won a golden award given by the Association of Accountants in Poland, – a university press office reports.
The Board has awarded the oldest Polish university with the Golden medal “For the development of the Association of Accountants in Poland”. Over the years professors of the Jagiellonian University have been training competitive specialists in this sphere. It has been admitted in the university that the award is regarded as pride and motivation for the further development of the training process of professional staff.
The Polish Association of Accountants was founded back in 1907. It was established to help accountants and specialists of related specializations to gain experience, work and improve skills necessary for professional growth. Since 1989 it has been a member of the non-commercial International Federation of Accountants, which includes association from 114 countries.comments powered by HyperComments