Studies at the Computer science course enable gaining knowledge on general issues of computer science, among others on operation systems, algorithms and data structures or languages and programming techniques. Students get familiar with analogue and digital technologies, computer architecture or secrets of management of IT projects. There are also issues related with law and ethical aspects of computer science. The studies raise awareness of diversity of its applications in technical, economic or biomedical systems. They teach methods of collecting and processing data, basics in decision making – control, methods of artificial intelligence and expert systems. Computer science is being supplemented with knowledge of physics and mathematics, expanded by fundamentals of management, finance and social communication.
GRADUATES ARE ABLE TO:
Freely use contemporary tools and information systems.
Deal with data bases and warehouses, computer networks, involving their safety, and Internet technologies.
Implement computer science in information systems (including mobile, web and multimedia ones) and non-information systems (among others in decision making systems).
Candidate applying for study in English should be a holder of a language certificate which will confirm the knowledge of English equivalent to minimum 6.5 points IELTS, minimum 87 TOEFL iBT. If you are a holder of any other English certificate please submit it to the Admission Officer for verification.
Please note that there is a possibility of taking an University of Cambridge ESOL Examination in the Department of Foreign Languages of Wrocław University of Technology.
No need to submit IELTS or TOEFL! Applies to those candidate whose previous education was in English only.
Wrocław University of Technology’s TOEFL institution code is: 4474
Candidate applying for study in Polish should:
be a holder of a certificate confirming the knowledge of Polish issued by National Commission for Certifying the Knowledge of Polish as a Foreign Language (Polish: Państwowa Komisja Poświadczania Znajomości Języka Polskiego jako Obcego) or
graduate from a one-year preparatory Polish language course in one of the institutions indicated by the minister (there are only a few such institutions in Poland including the one in the Department of Polish Language for Foreigners at Wrocław University of Technology, having long traditions) or
pass an exam in Department of Polish Language for Foreigners at Wrocław University of Technology