UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA - UNIVERSITY FOR YOU!

Admission procedure for the winter semester 2022/2023 is now OPEN. Read more here

Faculty: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science

Level of studies: Master studies
Language: English

Study programme: MSc Programme of Computer Science
Specialization: Software development techniques / Cybersecurity
Level of qualification / Professional Title: Master of Science in Engineering
Access to further studies: PhD’s study programmes
Mode of study: full time
Full-time (daily) programmes are held from Monday till Friday all day long.
Part-time (weekend) programmes are held from Friday till Sunday
Number of semesters (for full-time and part-time studies): 3
Number of ECTS credits required to complete studies: 91
Begin: June 2022
Semester Tuition Fee: 1000 EUR (More)

The study programme will be launched with a minimum number of 15 enrolled students!

Contact:
dr inż. Dariusz Więcek, PhD
Vice-Dean for Students Affairs
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In the field of Computer Science, the study programme provides for education in the discipline of science Technical Information Technology and Telecommunications. The programme offers one of two specializations:
• Software development techniques
• Cybersecurity

Software development techniques
The graduate of this specialization has the knowledge and skills in creating solutions for IT and mobile systems, as well as engineering their security, parallel and distributed computation methods, modelling languages and IT project management. The graduate is able to design and create internet applications (web, for mobile and cloud platforms) and knows the techniques of administering it. Is able to manage and create / modify databases, knows and applies the latest technologies and IT solutions in the company's day-to-day operations. The preparation of a graduate of this specialty allows his smooth entry into the realities of companies involved in the design and implementation modern IT systems. In addition, graduates of this specialization can take up work as both analysts and designers of information systems and their components - specialist equipment, software and information elements, programmers, as well as implementers in teams producing software belonging to a wide class: real time systems, databases, internet applications and mobile. They can also run their own computer company providing IT and consulting services.

Cybersecurity
As part of the specialty, the graduate obtains education in the field of teletransmission security, telecommunications and computer networks. The graduate acquires skills related to various forms of programming for the Internet and designing secure information systems. The knowledge of the future engineer will be supplemented with issues related to the security of ICT. As part of distributed systems, they will receive the knowledge necessary to design and program communication systems using internet technologies. The graduate of this specialty can work in companies producing telecommunications equipment, at telecommunications and ICT networks operators, as well as in various types of companies dealing with design, software and implementation of modern internet technologies.

Applicants with a 1st-degree engineering diploma in the field of Computer Science and other related technical fields of study, e.g., Automation and Robotics, Mechanics and Machine Construction, Management and Production Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Transport, may apply for admission to the studies.



 

27 July 2021
Services for Students with Disabilities

University of Bielsko-Biala takes all the necessary precautions to ensure a life withouth barriers for our physically challenged students by offering:
- the opportunity of availing of the help of a teaching assistant
- the opportunity of changing the form of participation in classes (e.g. by participation in a videoconference or increasing the permissible number of hours of absence from classes with the option of making up for them in a manner agreed with the teacher)
- possibility to change a given place / date of sitting exam
- extension of the time of examination / graded assignment.

Classes and exams take place in venues free of architectural barriers. On the premises of the University of Bielsko-Biala there are marked parking spaces, as well as appropriate facilities for wheelchairs: elevators (except for building "B"), thresholds, ramps, toilets adapted to the needs of people with disabilities. In addition, on the basis of an agreement between the University authorities and the Bielsko-Biała City Hall, students with physical disabilities are transported to and from the University.
The library facilities are adapted to the needs of the disabled. The Library and Reading Room are located on the ground floor of the L building. You can park your car near the entrance. The lack of thresholds and carpeting make it easier for people in wheelchairs to move around. On the ground floor, next to the reception desk, there is a toilet adapted for the disabled.

The Reading Room has a workstation for the disabled, provided with a 23-inch screen that enables easy enlargement of the text, a keyboard adapted for the blind and partially sighted (contrasting colours, capital letters and Braille characters), as well as headphones. IVONA Text-to-Speech software has also been installed.
The library has an on-line Prolib catalogue containing bibliographic descriptions of all collections available in the library. Books available at the Lending Department can be ordered remotely. In the university network, the Library's readers have access to full-text Polish and foreign-language databases. You can log in to the databases on the EBSCO platform from outside the university network. The access password can be obtained by the readers by phone from Monday to Friday from 8.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. (telephone number 33 82 79 272) or by sending a request to the following email address: biblioteka@ath.bielsko.pl. Disabled readers are served first. Library staff are available to assist in finding and delivering library materials. Authorised persons can collect books from the library on behalf of a disabled person. An appropriate document template can be downloaded from the Library website.

The support system of the University of Bielsko-Biala meets the needs of students with disabilities in terms of architectural accessibility, adaptation of forms of education and supporting technologies.The Rector's plenipotentiary provides consultations for students with disabilities. If you have a question, call us on +48 33279434 or write to us: dmika@ath.bielsko.pl

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24 February 2021
Partner Institutions and Projects

Image by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay

The University of Bielsko-Biala cooperates with many academic centres and research institutes all over the world to build partnerships to help better the experience for students. The number of bilateral agreements is growing rapidly each year. We currently have over 100 Erasmus+ agreements in the EU and beyond, as well as about 50 bilateral agreements covering scientific and educational cooperation with foreign partners.

Erasmus+ agreements
Bilateral agreements


INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

ONGOING

Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships  
Social Skills in Blended Learning for Better Student Achievement
e-CET

YETI - Young Entrepreneurial Teachers Initiative
Innovations for Big Data in a Real World –  iBIG World
NICE – Network for Inter-Institutional Cooperation in Entrepreneurial Education

PIETE – Partnership for Initial Entrepreneurship Teacher Education

Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values programme (CERV)
LITMAG - Testing the Boundaries and paving the way to democratization. East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004

International Visegrad Fund
Cooperation in promoting the directions of cultural tourism and cultural heritage in Ukraine and the V4 countries


Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway grants

Citizen journalism for enhancement of regional development. Development of the interdisciplinary curricula and implementation of teaching innovations (1/3/2022 – 29/2/2024)

COMPLETED

Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships 
GPSV – Geometrical Product Specification and Verification as toolbox to meet up-to-date technical requirements
Find your inner inventor


The POWER Structural Funds
Invest in yourself it is never too late. The model of increasing the access of people aged 50+ to various forms of lifelong learning

Visegrad Fund
Corporate social responsibility Academy in V4 – Universities for society
Cross-border Bees in V4 Countries – Building of Educational Entrepreneurship Start-ups in V4 Group


To find out more about projects contact Science and External Cooperation Office
that reports directly to the Vice-Rector for Science and External Cooperation. Its main tasks are:
  • cooperation with the university's basic units in the task of planning, coordinating and reporting on research and development and scientific cooperation with foreign countries
  • preparation of the research policy of the university
  • auditing the financial merit of scientific projects financed from the state budget and transfer them to the authorities of state administration
  • providing information on existing legislation, procedures and their changes in the field of science and about scientific conferences, courses, internships, scholarships and opportunities to participate in research projects
  • coordination of work related to the implementation of university's internal grants
  • collection of data for evaluation research units in terms of scientific, economic and development of information, analyzes and to report in this area
  • assistance in the preparation of applications for scientific-research projects' funds and projects financed by the Structural Funds
  • identifying and updating data on the research potential of the University in the area of international research collaboration,
  • assistance in establishing and maintaining relationships and collaborative research with foreign institutions (bilateral agreements besides Erasmus+ IIA)
  • coordinating the matters relating to staff visits abroad.
Contact information of the Science and External Cooperation Office:
     Address:

     ul. Willowa 2
     43-309 Bielsko-Biała
     Poland
     building L, room: 311 (3rd floor)
     tel.: +48 (33) 82 79 330 or 445
     fax: + 48 (33) 82 79 201
     e-mail: nauka@ath.bielsko.pl

Katarzyna Dudek, MSc
head of the office
e-mail: 
kdudek@ath.bielsko.pl

Ewa Sobiecka, MSc
e-mail: esobiecka@ath.bielsko.pl


Maria Kamińska, MA
e-mail: mkaminska@ath.bielsko.pl
 
   
 
   
   
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22 February 2021
Course Cataloge in Russian
Are you a speaker of the Russian language? This course catalog will help you to pick up a study programme that fits your interest. Bear in mind that the courses are held in Polish except for MA in International Business and MSc in Computer Science that are held in English.  read more>
17 February 2021