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Informatics

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Registration - non-EU applicants


Career opportunities

Studies prepare for:

  • using for professional purposes a general knowledge of Information Technology and specialist knowledge of the chosen specialization: programming and information processing, computer graphics and multimedia
  • working as a programmer; IT systems designer and analyst; WWW designer, network administrator; system and database administrator; QA tester; computer security specialist, computer graphic
  • working as independent IT specialists or a member of a team and interdisciplinarily cooperating with all others using informatics in their work

A bachelor’s degree entitles you to:

  • progress to MA programmes (e.g. in Informatics, Mathematics)
  • undertake postgraduate course

COURSE CONTENT


Work placements

Compulsory work placements:

  • 120 hours of practice that are co-organized with the private sector partners cooperating with the Lublin City Office in the field of IT solutions

Optional work placements:

  • offer available in KUL’s Careers Centre according to your own predispositions, interests and labor market needs.

Graduates acquires IT skills required by the qualification framework of ECDL (European Computer Driving License).

Traineeships:

  • offer available in KUL’s Careers Centre according to own predispositions, interests and labor market needs.



Skills acquired by Informatics graduates

Graduates of “Programming and information processing” specialisation

  • are equipped with the core skills in data protection and cryptography, theory of graphs and networks and complex methods of algorithmizing
  • have advanced knowledge of SQL; can create relational databases for typical purposes
  • can program in objective languages
  • can use design patterns
  • can write scripts and design web apps in a selected framework

Graduates of “Computer graphics and multimedia” specialisation

  • possess knowledge of mathematical foundations of computer graphics, methods and algorithms in computer graphics, computer-assisted image analysis, computer animation and internet graphics.
  • can use computer graphics applications and tool apps for processing 2D and 3D animations

  • skills for communicating within the professional environment with the use of multiple techniques
  • teamwork skills
  • effective negotiation skills; skills for formulating views and opinions on basic IT-related issues

  • qualifications to act as self-employed specialists; preparation for developing a small-size IT company
  • understanding the general, legal and formal requirements for self-employment with reference to the IT industry

  • general knowledge of computer networks, operational system, databases, data structures, computer architecture, software engineering, computer graphics, computer-assisted data analysis, mathematical modeling and utility applications
  • skills for applying the mathematical apparatus in theory and practice, skills for proving theorems and assumption in IT problem solving

  •  ability to formulate problems arising at the stage of scientific research, making assessments and critical analysis of solutions, using IT tools in the analysis of problems and desire to further deepen knowledge in the field of computer science

 

Education requirements


Secondary School Diploma and a document confirming your English proficiency at level B2.