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Description of the second-degree

Education offer for international students

Programme of study (2022/23):

Part 1

Part 2

Uchwała nr 3006 Senatu Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku

Tuition fees

Payable full-time studies (for international students):

Field of study: Computer science

Level of study: graduate study

Form of study: full-time

Duration: 2 years

Conducting unit:

  • University of Bialystok
  • Institute of Computer Science


  • English

Our second-degree full-time Computer Science programme lasts 2 years (IV semesters). Graduates receive a master’s degree (magister in Polish) after completion of a diploma thesis and a succesfull diploma defence. One of the main objectives of the programme is to educate highly qualified graduates who are able to skillfully adjust to the changing needs of the job market.

Obligatory courses offered in the study program:

  • Modelling and Analysis of IT Systems
  • Advanced Databases
  • Global optimization
  • Algebraic methods in Computer Science
  • Introduction to Fuzzy Modelling and Analysis
  • Rule-Based and Expert Systems
  • Massively Parallel Computations
  • Deep Learning
  • Security of Data and IT Systems
  • Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Management of IT Projects
  • Internet Applications Design
  • Virtual Technologies and Containers
  • Data Serialization Formats
  • Mobile Technologies
  • Internet Data Analysis
  • Mobile Applications Programming
  • Network Programming

Facultative courses offered in the study program:

  • Analytical methods in computer science
  • Analytical geometry in computer graphics
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming in C++
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming in Java
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
  • Multimedia techniques
  • Adaptive Internet Multimedia Systems
  • Intelligent Multimedia Teaching systems

Total number of ECTS points to get the qualifications: 122

Graduate profile

Graduates of the second-degree programme are expected to be qualified to independently solve IT problems and apply IT solutions to selected technological and social fields. They should possess in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of modern mobile technologies, design and programming of Internet and mobile applications, programming in a network environment, Internet data analysis, and multimedia processing. Graduates are also expected to have general knowledge of social issues facilitating interpersonal communication.

Graduates can find employment as programmers’ team leaders, software designers and engineers, administrators of IT systems, network architects, or data protection and security specialists. They should be prepared to work in institutions with various business profiles that use modern IT solutions. In particular, in software development enterprises, in IT consulting companies, in the modern technologies and financial sector, as well as to conduct academic work at universities. They can also take up third-degree (doctoral) studies.

Our graduates can apply for admission to the second-degree Computer Science programme either at University of Bialystok, or other leading national and foreign universities.

Academic vocational degree: master’s degree

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