Concerns about the harmonious and complementary development of the human being have been major objectives of various domains and sciences. Well-being has been and is the indirect objective of developing the resilience of today's students and young people. Resilience is often understood more intuitively than procedural. In some cases, it is understood as a resistance to stressors, and in other cases it is described as a means of returning from certain shocks or the ability to overcome unpleasant events and adaptation to change. For a better assessment of multiple concepts, a resilience check-up questionnaire was applied to students of the bachelors first year and masters of psychology faculty. From the scientific point of view, we are interested in the level of resilience of the two groups and the way they are reorganized for optimal operation in the context of changes imposed from the outside or inside. The purpose of these comparisons and checks was realized for better understanding of the mechanism defined as resilience and its level in bachelor students and master students.