Education

Welcome at Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications, the youngest faculty of the Cracow University of Technology, which strives to theoretically and practically prepare graduates for independent modelling of reality and problem solving requiring the application of advanced information science techniques, methods of mathematical modelling, and the practical aspects of mathematics science.

Education at the Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications is in response to the demand of companies that are in need of IT technicians and mathematicians that can deal with the real problems of design, production, and management, as well as the creation of practical solutions for each of these problems.

PhD studies (doctoral school)

Computer Science – more

Master studies

In Polish:

  • Computer Science (full and part-time):
    • Cybersecurity
    • Data Science
    • Intelligent Systems and Augmented Reality
  • Applied Mathematics (full-time):
    • Data Analytics
    • Mathematics in Finance and Economics
  • Mathematics (full-time):
    • Mathematics in Finance and Economics
    • Mathematical Modelling

Bachelor studies

In Polish:

  • Computer Science (full and part-time)
  • Applied Mathematics (full-time):
    • Data Analytics
    • Mathematics in Finance and Economics
    • Mathematics with Computer Science
  • Mathematics (full-time):
    • Mathematics in Finance and Economics
    • Mathematical Modelling

Erasmus+ programme / International student exchange

Offer of courses: iro.pk.edu.pl and iro.pk.edu.pl/faculty-of-computer-science-and-telecommunications

Erasmus+: erasmus.pk.edu.pl/incoming-students

Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications strives to theoretically and practically prepare graduates for independent modelling of reality and problem solving requiring the application of advanced information science techniques and methods of mathematical modelling. Education at the Faculty is in response to the demand of companies that are in need of IT technicians and mathematicians that can deal with the real problems of design, production, and management, as well as the creation of practical solutions for each of these problems.

Please, note that the minimum number of students in a group required to open an Erasmus course is 7. For information regarding courses please contact Exchange Coordinator at Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications – Margareta Wiciak, PhD, contact: margareta.wiciak@pk.edu.pl