Personal data in the recruitment process
Providing personal data by a candidate is a necessary requirement of the recruitment process for the Bachelor/Master level studies. Providing personal data is voluntary – a candidate is not obliged to provide the data but failure to do so means they cannot participate in the recruitment process.
The Administrator of the personal data is:
Poznań University of Economics and Business,
al. Niepodległości 10
phone +48 61 856 90 00
Data Protection Officer:
The function of Data Protection Officer at PUEB is performed by dr hab. inż. JACEK ŁUCZAK, prof. nadzw. UEP,
room 1715, Collegium Altum
phone +48 602 394 161
The aim and legal base for the processing of personal data:
Personal data will be processed on the basis of voluntary consent for the purposes of the recruitment process for Bachelor/Master degree programs.
In case of being admitted to a chosen program the data will be processed for the purposes of the education services offered by PUEB in accordance with the regulations of the Act of 27 July 2005 - Law on Higher Education.
Retention of data and categories of recipients of the personal data:
Personal data will be kept until the end of the recruitment process and will be destroyed when the process ends. If admitted to the program the personal data of a student will be processed further for the purposes of the education services offered by PUEB from the moment the recruitment process ends until the end of providing the education services and will be destroyed after 50 years from the year the education service for the student stopped.
The data will be processed by the employees of PUEB and/or by the people employed by PUEB on the basis of civil agreements – on the basis of an Authorisation to process personal data issued by the Data Protection Officer.
Rights to access data, to correct and to be forgotten. Consent withdrawal:
A candidate has the right to access their personal data, to correct it, to destroy it or to limit its processing. They also have the right to file an objection against processing the data, withdraw their consent for the data processing at any moment – such withdrawal does not influence the processing of data conducted before the withdrawal was submitted. The candidate has the right to obtain their personal data submitted to the administrator in the printed format or any other readable format and has the right to forward the data to another administrator without any obstacles.
Automated decision-making and profiling:
Automated decision-making and profiling will not be conducted for the candidates.
The right to lodge a complaint:
Anyone who submits their personal data has the right to lodge a complaint to a supervisory body, in particular in a EU country of their residence, of their employment or of the place where the infringement took place if they believe that the processing of their personal data has infringed the regulations of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).