Erasmus

Office

address:
ul. Oleska 48, 45-052 Opole, Poland, room 227
phone:
+48 77 45 27 205
fax:
+48 77 45 27 207
e-mail:
imii@uni.opole.pl
GPS:
50°40’22.45″ N, 17°55’49.20″ E

Dean’s Office

address:
ul. Oleska 48, 45-052 Opole, Poland, room 110 (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 11:30-14:00)
phone:
+48 77 45 27 202
fax:
+48 77 45 27 201
e-mail:
dz-mfi@uni.opole.pl

Erasmus
General informations for incoming students – the University of Opole ERASMUS+ website.

ERASMUS Policy Statement

Contacts:

  • Institutional Erasmus Coordinator of University of Opole
    mgr Aleksandra Schwierz
    e-mail: aschwierz@uni.opole.pl
    45-040 Opole, pl. Kopernika 11a, room 31
    tel./fax: +48 77 54 15 975 (ext. 5175)
    Kod ERASMUS/ERASMUS code: PL OPOLE01
  • Erasmus Asistant Coordinator of University of Opole
    mgr Aleksandra Mucha
    e-mail: amucha@uni.opole.pl
    45-040 Opole, pl. Kopernika 11a, room 31
    tel./fax: +48 77 54 15 975 (ext. 5175)
  • Erasmus Coordinator of Institute of Computer Science of University of Opole
    dr Małgorzata Kruszelnicka
    e-mail: mkruszelnicka@uni.opole.pl
    45-052 Opole, ul Oleska 48, room 208
    tel./fax: +48 77 45 27 208 (ext. 7208)

Computer Science programs at the Institute of Computer Science in University of Opole

The Institute of Computer Science runs four programs in the field of computer science, two undergraduate and two graduate ones.

The undergraduate (first cycle) programs take either three or three and a half years and the graduates obtain the Licentiate*) of computer science or, respectively, ‘Inżynier’ of computer science degree.

The graduate Master’s programs take either two-years or one and a half years (for candidates with the ‘Inżynier’ degree) and the graduates obtain the degree of Master’s of Computer Science.

*) In Poland, the Licentiate degree corresponds to the Bachelor’s degree


Licentiate program

Students of the undergraduate program can select (after the first semester) one of the following specializations:

  • databases (DB),
  • computer graphics (CG),
  • computer networks and systems (CNS).

The requirements to obtain the Licentiate degree are:

  • accumulating at least 180 ECTS (credit) points;
    • among those 91 ECTS points are credited for all the mandatory core courses,
    • at least 58 ECTS points credited for all the elective specialty courses, seminars and an appropriate internship;
  • writing a thesis and passing a Licentiate diploma examination – 10 ECTS points.

Graduation requirements for all specializations:

Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for undergraduate computer science studies as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).

Professional standards:

Each graduate of the program is qualified to work for IT companies that construct, implement or provide maintenance of IT tools and systems and for other companies that use such tools and systems, particularly in their chosen specializations.


Inżynier-program

Students of the undergraduate three and a half years program can select (after the first semester) one of the following specializations:

  • databases (DB),
  • computer graphics (CG),
  • computer networks and systems (CNS).

The requirements to obtain the Inżynier degree are:

  • accumulating at least 210 ECTS (credit) points;
    • among those 108 ECTS points are credited for all the mandatory core courses,
    • at least 87 ECTS points credited for all the elective specialty courses, seminars and an appropriate internship;
  • writing a thesis and passing an Inżynier diploma examination – 15 ECTS points.

Graduation requirements for all specializations:

Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for undergraduate computer science studies as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).

Professional standards:

Each graduate of the program is qualified to work for IT companies that construct, implement or provide maintenance of IT tools and systems and for other companies that use such tools and systems, particularly in their chosen specializations.


Master’s program

Students of the graduate program can select one of the following specializations:

  • Internet engineering (IE),
  • computational statistics (CS).

The requirements to obtain the Master’s degree in the two-year program are:

  • accumulating at least 120 ECTS (credit) points;
    • among those 58 ECTS points are credited for all the mandatory core courses,
    • at least 42 ECTS points credited for all the elective specialty courses and seminars;
  • writing a Master’s thesis and passing a diploma examination – 20 ECTS points.

The requirements to obtain the Master’s degree in the one-and-a-half-year program are:

  • accumulating at least 90 ECTS (credit) points;
    • among those 33 ECTS points are credited for all the mandatory core courses,
    • at least 37 ECTS points credited for all the elective specialty courses and seminars;
  • writing a Master’s thesis and passing a diploma examination – 20 ECTS points.

Graduation requirements for all specializations:

Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for Master’s program in computer science as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).

Professional standards:

Each graduate is expected:

1. To have a thorough knowledge of principal computer science areas and an extended knowledge of their selected specialization;

2. To solve informatics problems and to give opinions, even those based on incomplete or limited information while complying legal and ethical principles.