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International Relations Office
24, Warszawska Street
31-155 Cracow, Poland
e-mail: bwm@pk.edu.pl
Erasmus Office
e-mail: erasmus@pk.edu.pl

International
Full-time Students
STUDY WITH US
Diploma studies (BSc, MSc, PhD)
Cracow University of Technology offers a wide variety of study programmes. In 5 faculties studies are available in the English language.
Incoming Students
International Exchange
International
Exchange Students
Cracow University of Technology offers a wide range of short-term programmes in English. They last for one or maximum two semesters and are carried out by all faculties of the University.
Outgoing CUT Students
Outgoing CUT Students
CUT students interested in exchange programmes with overseas partner universities are welcome to follow the news on this website.

FACULTY OF PHYSICS, MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Faculty of Physics Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty www


The youngest faculty of the Cracow University of Technology is the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, which strives to theoretically and practically prepare graduates for independent modeling of reality and problem solving requiring the application of advanced information science techniques, methods of mathematical modeling, and the correct physical models. Education at the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics, and Information Science is in response to the demand of companies that are in need of IT technicians, mathematicians, and physicists that can deal with the real problems of design, production, and management, as well as the creation of practical solutions for each of these problems.

Offer of courses


Please, note that the minimum number of students in a group required to open a course is 7. For more information regarding courses please contact Exchange Coordinator at FPMCS - Ms Margareta Wiciak, PhD, contact: erasmusfmi@pk.edu.pl

or visit http://www.fmi.pk.edu.pl/?page=erasmus.php&nc

FALL SEMESTER


Data Mining with R

Engineering Ethics

Introduction to Databases

Neural Networks

Parallel and Distributed Programming

Elements of Artificial Intelligence

Cryptography

Software Engineering

Information Systems in Managment

Object-oriented programming

Abstract Algebra

Applied Statistics for Engineers

Graph Theory

Introduction to Number Theory

Mathematical Finance

Operations and Production Process Management for Engineers

Stochastic Modelling

 

SPRING SEMESTER


Approximation Theory with Applications

C++Programming

Calculus of Variations

Combinatorics

Computer Image Processing

Discrete Mathematics

High Performance Computing

Logic for Mathematics and Computer Science

Mobile Technologies and Programming

MATLAB Programming

Numerical Analysis

Probability and Statistics

Macroeconomic Foundations

Principles of Macroeconomics

Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science

Processing of Big Data using Apache Spark

 

The Faculty of Physics, Mathematics, and Information Science and the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology have jointly created the macro-course “Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials”. This offer of education necessitates knowledge of one foreign language at the fluency level of B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the European Council, as well as knowledge of specialized English language skills in the scope of technical physics and chemical technology. Within the scope of information technology, graduates of this macro-course will be prepared for obtaining the ECDL certificate. The framework of the macro-course predicts the education of students in two specialties: “Nanomaterials Technology” and “Nanostructure Engineering”.