Candidates are accepted on the basis of the qualification procedure (The Recruitment Committee of IT Faculty reviews the diploma, transcripts and other documents e.g. CV, certificates).
Submission of documents
- an application
- a protocol of qualifying procedure for full-time studies
- a diploma confirming completion of studies of I or II degree with supplement – original
- the translation of the diploma excluding documents in Polish or English
- apostille/legalisation (if necessary)*
- a copy of payment for the qualifying procedure (75zł)
- 1 digital photograph uploaded to the enrolment portal
- CV, certificates confirming IT skills (only for students who graduated from non-technical faculties)
The Faculty of Information Technology offers graduate studies in Computer Science for those who have completed undergraduate studies. Master degree programme at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology is developed to address the core topics of software development. Its main goal is to provide graduates with practical skills and competencies demanded by the job market.
During each semester students have to do a number of mandatory courses, elective courses and specialised courses. Each successfully completed course gives a student a certain number of credits.
Each successfully completed course gives a student a certain number of credits. Subjects of master theses are chosen to meet students' interests.
The student will choose a study profile which will determine the selection of courses. The curriculum envisages four profiles with obligatory and specialist courses, the latter are specific of relevant profiles. The student will choose a thesis supervisor and subject, which will constitute the step towards specialisation.
The list of specialisations to choose from:
- Engineering of software, business processes and databases
- Technologies for mobile and cloud computing
- Human-computer interaction
- Project management