|FACULTY||Faculty of Economics|
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION||English|
|ELIGIBILITY||Recognised secondary education as prescribed by Act No. 49/2009, Coll. (not necessary for applicants from Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany and Slovenia). Fluent English skills - level B2, no official certificate required.
Skype interview will be announced to students who have applied online and settled the application fee. Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
|FEE / ACADEMIC YEAR||USD 3500|
|APPLICATION FEE||CZK 2000/USD 100 (application)|
|SCHOLARSHIP||Erasmus+ scholarship for mobilities available.|
|APPLICATION DEADLINE||Admission closed. Information about the academic year 2020/2021 will be announced at the beginning of the calendar year 2020.|
Recognition of previous international secondary school education
The aim of Bachelor’s study programme of System Engineering and Informatics is to prepare students to master a broad professional agenda in the field of information technologies in combination with economic and managerial theories. This professionally oriented study program is designed to respond to current market needs in the area of ICT knowledge employees. Students get a basic overview of in the field of creating and managing information systems, programming, multimedia training, marketing and also knowledge from the area of management and business processes, enabling them to design and manage information structures with respect to the needs of individual departments of the organization.
Graduates of the specialization of Managerial Informatics will acquire knowledge and skills to analyze, design optimal concepts of information systems and ensure their operation with regard to the users.
The English language three-year Bachelor course under specialization "Information and Communication Management" is a three-national "joint degree programme". The students stay at a total of three different sites during their studies: the Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic, the Wrocław University of Technology, Poland, and the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz, Germany. The specific feature of the study course is its proven international as well as its interdisciplinary character reflected by the combination of computer science with business management and psychology from the angle of communication in an intercultural context. The curricular focus of study is on computer science (50 %). One of the primary goals is the training of specialists for an international assignment in the field of business communication.
Four pillars make up the contents of the Bachelor's programme:
Languages and Intercultural Education