Computer Science



Computer Science studies aim to provide knowledge and skills necessary to create and use broadly understood computer systems. They cover both theoretical foundations in the areas of mathematics, physics, computer science, as well as practical aspects, including design and implementation of PC and mobile systems, systems administration, data analysis, use of programming tools (software libraries, frameworks, and environments), including commercial applications and open-source software. Upon completion of the first-cycle studies, the student acquires knowledge at the engineering level, which is extended by the practical use of this knowledge during student internship after the sixth semester.

These studies offer students not only knowledge and technical education, but also allow them to develop their logical, constructive and assertive skills and instil in them the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation. Thanks to the acquired knowledge and skills, graduates will have no problems finding their place in the labour market, finding employment mainly in the rapidly growing IT sector.



secondary school-leaving certificate: high grades in Mathematics, physics or computer science