Students may choose between 2 specializations: Teaching Informatics, Finance and Insurance. Students should possess deepened knowledge of Mathematics, Computer Science and Didactics of Informatics. The study is focused on forming analytical thinking, comm
- Bydgoszcz, Poland
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year
- Program Description:
- Kazimierz Wielki University is one of the youngest wide-profile university in our country. It came into existence on September 1, 2005. However the history of the University dates back to 1969 when the Teachers' Training College was founded. Nowadays Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz is a dynamically developing institution of higher education, the largest in the city and the second largest in the region in terms of number of professors, students, graduates and the number of degree courses.
Students may choose between 2 specializations: Teaching Informatics, Finance and Insurance. Students should possess deepened knowledge of Mathematics, Computer Science and Didactics of Informatics. The study is focused on forming analytical thinking, communication skills, ability of cooperating in groups. Graduates will be able to work in domestic and international institutions (banking, finance, insurance, administration, consulting).
Students are taught with various methods. Lectures are often supported with a slideshow and the multimedia presentation are usually available to students. This form of activities include 50% of all hours that students have to spend at the university. We also carry on seminars, computer laboratories and practical exercises.
- Setting Description:
- Bydgoszcz is the capital of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie province, situated in central Poland, by two rivers - Brda and Vistula. The history of the city reaches back to the 14th century, when King Casimir the Great gave the city its foundation privileges. Today Bydgoszcz, with its population of nearly 360 thousand people, is an industrial, commercial, cultural, educational and sport centre of the province. One of its strongest points is also the fact that it is an important road and railway junction. The modern international airport with regular connections to Warsaw, London, Dublin and Barcelona has been in operation since early 2004. In Bydgoszcz there are seats of many international concerns that deal with the electrotechnical industry, telecommunications and banking, such as Alcatel - Lucent, Tyco Electronics, Atos Origin, Jabil, and JP Morgan Chase. The city also houses NATO Joint Force Training Centre.
- 2500 euro per year