Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
3 years (6 semesters)
Tuition fee: 
EU/EFTA citizens applying on a regular basis – no fees;Non-EU/EFTA citizens: 2 000 EUR per year plus 200 EUR one-off payment
Degree awarded: 
Licencjat (comparable to BA)
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2015
Day of semester start: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2015
Credits (ECTS): 
Minimum 180
Admission requirements: 
Candidates will be admitted according to the ranking list based on the results of the matriculation examination (so called “the new matura”) or the maturity exam (so called “the old matura”). Evaluation of old matura exams can be converted into points of the matriculation examination:
  • the scale with six steps,
  • the scale with four steps.

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The Bachelor of Mathematics provides general knowledge of mathematics as well as detailed knowledge of its applications, in particular in the specialisation of applied mathematics and elements of computer science. Moreover, the studies in the field of mathematics prepare graduates for further education within the second cycle (master’s degree).

The studies  offer the following specialisations:  Mathematical Computer Science, Mathematics and Computer Science in Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science in Finance and Insurance, Mathematical Modeling as well as Teaching Mathematics. The students choose their specialisation after the first semester during which they participate in specialised courses. All their qualifications are listed in education standards for mathematical studies. They will be able to work as mathematics teachers in primary schools, but also in various institutions like banking, finance, insurance and others.

The programme includes obligatory courses in algorithms and data structured, computer programming, databases systems, discrete mathematics, elementary geometry, elements of the history and philosophy of mathematics, general algebra, geometry, information technology, introduction to optimization, introduction to the mathematics of finance, linear algebra, logic and set theory, mathematical analysis, mathematical software, modelling in finance, operations research, probability theory and topology.

During the last two semesters the students participate in monographic lectures, general and Bachelor’s thesis seminars.

At the end of the programme the students will write Bachelor’s theses and take a Bachelor’s examination.

The detailed information including subject descriptions  is available at http://www.wmie.uz.zgora.pl/

It is worth mentioning that the faculty is known for its effective collaboration with local enterprises (traineeships for students) and a friendly atmosphere.