Information Technology – Collegium Da Vinci Poznań
Morgan Janowicz
Information Technology student
First cycle studies | Full-time

Information Technology

Become:

  • programmer (developer)
  • administrator, managing and maintaining IT infrastructure
  • developer of games and other interactive solutions
Our partners, companies from the IT industry with whom we have created the study program, agree that every ambitious person will find their place in IT.

Description

At CDV, we focus on gaining practical skills, we teach only modern knowledge and the latest solutions. We cooperate with many significant companies from the IT industry, incl. Trecom, Whalla Labs or Netguru.

We educate IT specialists with the degree of Bachelor of Engineering, i.e. people who create, develop, implement (apply) the technologies on which the modern world is based. We educate specialists necessary on the market, but also conscious users and recipients of information and information technologies.

For every logical minded person.

Our partners, companies from the IT industry with whom we have created the study program, agree that every ambitious person will find their place in IT.

Get to know why Alexander chose Information Technology at CDV!

Get to know about Information Technology and Urban Management courses!

Game Wizards student club

In addition to classes, you can also work in the extremely active student club “Game Wizards”, which brings together fans of computer games. During the meetings of the club, students design and create games, improve their skills, and exchange insights and experiences. They also organize industry meetings.

Advantages of the course

Tutoring at CDV

Following the example of the renowned universities of Cambridge and Oxford, at Collegium Da Vinci we have implemented the method of individualized work with students – tutoring.

Tutoring at CDV is a series of meetings with certified tutors that will allow our students to develop more consciously during their studies. For 2 semesters, students will strengthen their strong points and eliminate limitations individually or in groups.

We believe that an individual approach to students, focusing on their strengths, will allow each of them to achieve their personal educational and professional goals.

Study path example

Description

Web and mobile applications path is addressed to people who want to work in IT as a programmer or designer

If you want:

  • work as a programmer (developer)
  • learn about and use new programming environments
  • design internet, web, multimedia and mobile applications and games, e.g. using the Unity engine
  • design intelligent solutions and services (Internet of Things, Wearable Technology).

What job can you get?

  • Cloud system administrator
  • Application administrator
  • Database administrator
  • Unix / Linux administrator
  • Windows administrator
  • Designer / developer of web and mobile
  • applicationsJunior / senior programmer(developer)
  • Software tester
  • Junior / Senior Administrator
  • Technical consultant
  • Helpdesk specialist
  • Unity / unreal developer

Remember that:

The Da Vinci learning model allows you to completely personalize your educational path. You decide by yourself or with the support of a tutor what interests you and what you want to learn.

In the rapidly changing labor market, the most important, next to the specific skills, are the so-called competences of the future, such as creativity, team cooperation, entrepreneurship, or solving complex problems, which you will acquire at Collegium Da Vinci.

The university Career Office will help you find paid internships with the help of our partners and find a job after graduation.

You can receive funding for your studies in the form of a social scholarship or the Rector’s scholarship.

The Erasmus program will enable you to study at partner universities in Europe.

The average salary in Poland for the position of a software tester is PLN 8100 gross, and for a programmer-developer PLN 10,000 gross.

Source: pracuj.pl

Description

The path of computer networks is addressed to people who want to work in IT as an administrator or designer.

If you want:

  • design IT infrastructure, in particular virtual, distributed, cloud and data center solutions,
  • build, configure and secure network infrastructure,
  • work as an administrator, manage and maintain IT infrastructure.

What job can you get?

  • Cloud system administrator
  • Application administrator
  • Database administrator
  • Unix / Linux administrator
  • Windows administrator
  • Designer / developer of web and mobile applications
  • Junior / senior programmer (developer)
  • Software tester
  • Junior / Senior Administrator
  • Technical consultant
  • Helpdesk specialist
  • Unity / unreal developer

Remember that:

The Da Vinci learning model allows you to completely personalize your educational path. You decide by yourself or with the support of a tutor what interests you and what you want to learn.

In the rapidly changing labor market, the most important, next to the specific skills, are the so-called competences of the future, such as creativity, team cooperation, entrepreneurship, or solving complex problems, which you will acquire at Collegium Da Vinci.

The university Career Office will help you find paid internships with the help of our partners and find a job after graduation.

You can receive funding for your studies in the form of a social scholarship or the Rector’s scholarship.

The Erasmus program will enable you to study at partner universities in Europe.

The average salary in Poland for the position of a software tester is PLN 8100 gross, and for a programmer-developer PLN 10,000 gross.

Source: pracuj.pl

Offered modules for the selected path

If you want to work as a programmer, tester, application administrator, or design internet, web and multimedia applications, administer databases, or work as a helpdesk specialist, choose the modules prepared by us for this path.

  • Structural Programming
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The module extends the knowledge of the Introduction to Programming module with techniques used in structural programming and the use of numerical computational methods. In the module, the student becomes familiar with the extended syntax of the C/C ++ languages ​​and the Python language.

      • overview of the data types used: basic data types, complex types, pointer type, structured type, strings, dynamic data types,
      • errors: representation errors, method errors,
      • functions: passing function parameters, passing data of complex types,
      • systems of equations: methods of solving systems of linear equations,
      • pointers,
      • recursion: the concept of recursion, recursive definitions, recursive functions,
      • zero of a function: methods of searching for zeros of a function
      • memory classes,
      •  randomness: generating pseudo-random numbers, applying randomness

       

  • System Programming
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The aim of the module is to obtain knowledge about the concepts of functions and architecture of operating systems, programming in the Linux operating system. Organizing the knowledge of programming in C with particular emphasis on low-level aspects and issues of access to the Linux operating system kernel services.

      • introduction to the system calls of the Unix operating system kernel: overview and classification of system functions, handling errors of system calls (errno variable, perror function),
      • file handling: creating and deleting files, opening files, writing and reading file contents, shortening the file length, descriptors support (system functions: open, close, creat, read, write, lseek, truncate, ftruncate, dup, dup2),
      •  process handling: creating and removing a process, starting the program, waiting for the child to finish, sending a signal (system functions: fork, exec, wait, exit),
      • signal handling: discussing signals, ignoring and intercepting signals (system functions: kill, signal),
      • streaming communication links between processes: named links (FIFO queues) and unnamed links (pipes), performing link access operations, creating a pipe, creating and opening a FIFO queue (system functions: pipe, mkfifo, specification of the read, writea and open functions,
      •  interprocess communication based on the mechanisms of the IPC group: shared memory, semaphores, message queues (system functions: shmget, shmat, shmdt, shmctl, semget, semop, semctl, msgget, msgsnd, msgrcv, msgctl)
  • Web Application Design
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The module includes courses devoted to designing websites and designing and implementing a user interface in web applications using basic web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well as libraries and frameworks for the so-called Rich Internet Applications (RIA), mainly in SPA architecture (Single-Page Application).

      • Object-oriented programming based on prototypes and classes,
      • Analysis of navigational structures,
      • elements of visual strategy: colors, typography, layout, icons, logo,
      • jQuery library,
      • Ajax and WebSocket,
      • designing mockups of websites,
      • implementing the backend on the Microsoft .NET platform,
      • Single-Page Application (SPA) architecture,
      • implementing SPA applications using popular frameworks
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • You can be a programmer without knowing anything about objects. However, in the labor market today, knowledge of object-oriented programming is required in most software companies. The module extends the subject of object-oriented programming, the course of which is on the 3rd semester. During the course, the subject of advanced object-oriented programming will be discussed, including tools helpful in working with objects and classes.
      The topics of design patterns and object generation will be discussed.

      Advanced Object-Oriented Programming

      •  advanced object management,
      • objects and object-oriented design,
      •  patterns,
      • generating objects,
      •  patterns of flexible object oriented programming
  • Machine Learning
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The subject is an introduction to the field of creating systems with the ability to learn by example and, as a result, improve their performance. Machine learning is developing dynamically and is gaining popularity in business, entertainment, medical, and other applications. The final goal of the subject is to prepare students for independent solving practical problems in the field of machine learning and creating services and products with their use.

      • machine learning (supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithms, anomaly detection, text, sound and image classification),
      • neural networks,
      • the use of machine learning to create algorithms and patterns used in information systems

       

  • Web Application Design
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The module includes courses devoted to designing websites and designing and implementing a user interface in web applications using basic web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well as libraries and frameworks for the so-called Rich Internet Applications (RIA), mainly in SPA architecture (Single-Page Application).

      •  Information architecture and visual system design for the website and mobile application,
      • Information architecture,
      • Analysis of navigational structure,
      • JavaScript: Structured and functional programming,
      •  JavaScript: Prototype-based object-oriented programming,
      •  Backend implementation,
      •  Single-Page Application (SPA) architecture,
      •  Implementation of SPA applications using popular frameworks

       

  • Clouds In Web Applications
    50h
    ECTS 5
      •  networks and virtual machines in the cloud,
      • web applications in the cloud,
      • communication with the cloud,
      • data visualization in the cloud,
      • data storage in the cloud,
      • cloud services (PaaS), scalable applications,
      • cloud communication mechanisms: queues, Service Bus

       

  • MVC Software Design Pattern
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • Main topcs of the module: using a framework, object-oriented programming, design patterns and project implementation supporting tools.

      • creating classes and objects: using constructors, destructors, inheritance, access modifiers,
      • examples of websites and the use of the framework to create projects,
      • MVC model: presenting the model using the example of a framework,
      • routing: defining paths in the framework,
      • views and controllers,
      • database connection configuration: use of migration, download, insert, edit and delete records from the database,
      • data validation,
      •  creating an authentication system,
      • creating applications using the framework,
      •  logging in with Facebook and Google,
      • application testing
  • Introduction to Containers
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The module is an introduction to the technology of containers. The student will learn about basic concepts of distributed architecture based on containerization and Docker and Kubernetes solutions.

      •  Introduction to Docker,
      • Container management based on docker-cli,
      • Building images along with good practices,
      • DockerHub and private image repository,
      • Docker-compose – building your own architecture,
      • Introduction to the Kubernetes platform,
      • Building an architecture based on Kubernetes,
      • Kubernetes management.
  • Mobile Applications
    50h
    5 ECTS
    • The Mobile Applications module aims to familiarize the student with the basics of programming applications for mobile devices using the currently most popular mobile platform, the Android platform.

      •  Construction and architecture of the Android platform, popular programming platforms, use of real devices,
      • Basic application components for the Android platform
      • Gesture support, alarms
      • Fragment class, activity and fragment handling classes, user interface classes
      • Multimedia – audio/video support
      • AdapterView adapters and groups, dialog boxes, notifications, styles, and themes
      • Using network services (REST, SOAP)
      • Intentions and rights
      • Sensor and location support
      • Use of SQLite, Content Providers
      • Using maps (Google Map, OpenStreetMap)
      • Wearable devices
      • Processes, main thread and worker threads, Message recipients

If you want to work as an IT infrastructure designer, build, configure and secure the network infrastructure, or as an administrator and manage or maintain the IT infrastructure, choose the modules prepared by us for this path.

  • Documentation and Automatization
    50h
    5ECTS
    • The module prepares to work effectively as a devOps system administrator, a team member and an independent employee by providing targets and methods of performed work and solution and process automatisation.

      • automatisation tools and system scripts
      • projects
      •  manual and automatic system documentation and archiving
      •  management and automatisation system (Puppet)
      •  manual and automatic computer network documenation
      • management and automatisation system (Ansible)
      • documentation as a communication tool
  • Wireless network management
    50 h
    ECTS 5
    • The module prepares to understand the functioning of wireless networks. Safe wifi use will be discussed. The laboratory classes will provide you with the knowlegde of wirelesss network and networking hardware which enables connecting with access points. You will find out how to configure a router at home with the use of MAC and encryption. You will also get to know how to increase the power of transmitters and radio receivers.

      • network technology IEEE 802 standard
      • radio transmitters
      • MAC in network 802.11
      • frames in networks 802.11
      • cryptographic operation
      •  security
      •  wireless network management
      •  network configuration 802.11
      •  access points
      •  how to increase the efficiency of wireless networks?
      • analysis of wireless networks

       

  • Large-scale solutions
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • A module that prepares for the implementation of activities in heterogeneous systems of the Enterprise class.

      • types and characteristics of distributed networks
      • design development
      • analysis and management of the performance of distributed
      • networks
      • distributed network technologies – homogeneous and heterogeneous elements
      • reliability and efficiency of distributed systems
      • data processing and storage in distributed networks
      • security management mechanisms in distributed networks, security as a process
      • distributed network security technologies
      • access mechanisms and levels in distributed systems and networks
      • enterprise-scale wireless solutions
      • planning and development of enterprise scale systems
  • Administration of Server Services
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • Treści oparte o certyfikowane szkolenie: Suse Linux Enterprise Server Administration, SLE 201.

      • Install SLES 12 and perform basic Linux configuration
      • Become familiar with the command line interface & commonly used commands
      • Configure and use Remote Administration
      • Manage the boot process and understand systemd
      • Manage processes and jobs
      • Manage users and permissions
      • Manage software
      • Configure basic networking
      • Manage storage
      • Monitor SUSE Linux Enterprise
      • Learn about SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications (optional)

      Uwagi: certyfikat SuSE Novell ukończenia szkolenia. Przygotowuje do egzaminu certyfikacyjnego.

  • System administration for network administrators
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The content complies with The Linux Foundation – LFS301 Linux for System Administrators training. Prepares for exam.
      Content:

      •  I / O controlling and optimization
      • File system functions: Parameters, Create, Check, Mount
      • File systems functions: Swap, Quota, Usage
      • File systems: Ext2/Ext3/Ext4
      • Hard drive encryption
      • Logical Volume Management (LVM)
      • RAID
      • Kernel services and configuration
      • Kernel modules
      • Devices and udev
      • Virtualization
      •  Containers
      • User account management
      • Group management
      • Ownership and permissions of files
      • Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
      • Network addresses
      • Network devices and their configuration
      • Firewalls
      • Operating start-up and shutdown
      • GRUB, Init, SystemV, Upstart, systemd
      • Backup and Restore methods
      • Linux security modules
      • Local security
      • Started Fix problems
      • System recovery
  • Basics of server systems and network security in systems
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The content complies with The Microsoft MTA MS-40032 Networking and Security Fundamentals.. Prepares for exam MTA: Exams 98-366 and 98-367 .

      Content:

      • Introduction to LAN
      • Networks and OSI model
      • Wired and wireless networks
      • Discussion of the IP protocol
      • Network services
      • Wide networks
      • Infrastructure and network security
      • Layers of security
      • Authentication, Authorization, and user accounts
      • Security policies
      • Security of the network
      • Protection for servers and client stations
  • Basics of server systems and network security in systems
    50h
    ECTS 5
    • The content complies with The Microsoft MTA MS-40032 Networking and Security Fundamentals.. Prepares for exam MTA: Exams 98-366 and 98-367 .
      Content:

      • Introduction to LAN
      • Networks and OSI model
      • Wired and wireless networks
      • Discussion of the IP protocol
      • Network services
      • Wide networks
      • Infrastructure and network security
      • Layers of security
      • Authentication, Authorization, and user accounts
      •  Security policies
      • Security of the network
      • Protection for servers and client stations

Programme for 2021-2025

Full-time studies

  • 3,5 years

    Duration

  • 7

    Number of semesters

  • 2822

    Number of hours

  • 230

    points

Defense of diploma theses in the times of #socialdistancing.

Teaching staff

Janina Rudowicz-Nawrocka, BEng, PhD

Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication

Janina Rudowicz-Nawrocka, BEng, PhD

Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of the University of Technology in the field of Computer Science. She defended her doctoral thesis with distinction in the field of computer science applied in agricultural sciences. For many years she worked in IT departments as a server or network administrator, implementor and trainer. She conducts didactics primarily in the field of operational systems and spatial information systems. Research interests concentrate on the use of information technology and popularization of knowledge and common sense. Author of several dozen scientific and popular science articles on the use of information technology, primarily in agricultural engineering, and co-author of the monograph on meat cattle breeding. Head of the national project on the use of aero laps in monitoring grassland, contractor in European projects concerning the development of the data exchange standard (agriXchange) and applications of Internet solutions of the Future (FIware technology) in the creation of smart applications for the agri-food sector. A member of the Polish Society of Spatial Information, the Polish Society of the Application of Information Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Forest Economy and the Polish Society of Agricultural Engineering. Marked by the President of the Republic of Poland with the Bronze Medal for Long-Term Service. Initiator and producer of various social actions. Co-founder and co-editor of the cultural magazine ŌKŌ.

expandCurious about

expandShe spends her free time working in the garden, doing sports (e.g. karate) and searching for beef from meat breeds in Poland.

Krzysztof Nowakowski, BEng, PhD

Rector of Collegium Da Vinci

Krzysztof Nowakowski, BEng, PhD

Rector of Collegium Da Vinci

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of Poznan University of Life Sciences: the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Specialization: information technology in engineering. In 2007 he defended his PhD thesis with honor on the topic “Neural identification of selected mechanical defects of kernels”.

expandScientific interests are focused on: artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks, image analysis, systems engineering and object-oriented programming.

expandAdditionally, he is a specialist in the field of personal data protection and protection of classified information. He has been connected with the university since 2003. He teaches Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Algorithms and Data Structures and Information Technology.

expandIn his free time, he pursues two passions: photography and hiking in the mountains.

Robert Tomczak, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

Robert Tomczak, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of Poznan University of Life Sciences: the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Specialization: information technology in Agricultural engineering.

expandHe defended his PhD thesis on the analysis of a complex acoustic signal with the use of neural networks in 2008. His scientific interests include issues related to artificial intelligence, neural networks and their practical use as well as the effective use of modern information technologies. In the years 2001-2013, the administrator of network and information systems, the coordinator for the security of networks and information systems (on behalf of the Rector) at Poznan University of Life Sciences. He also dealt with others designing solutions and administering server, network and access systems for the university.

expandCurious about:

expandIn addition to science, he deals with the implementation of security systems and the management of computer systems and networks. Passionate about Free Software and creativity on open licenses. He devotes free time to photography, vehicle mechanics, network security analyses and network systems.

Adam Czajka, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

You can met me:

Information Technology

 

Adam Czajka, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandIn 1997 he graduated with honors from Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Computer Science. He defended his doctorate in the field of “Real Time Systems” in 2000. Member of the Polish Information Technology Society and the American ACM (Association for Computer Machinery, USA). He is an enthusiast of the Business Model Canvas methodology. He was the mentor for startups during “IBM SmartCamp 2014” – IBM Global Entrepreneur program (Warsaw, Poland). His area of ​​interest is wide and includes primarily: Docker microservices, Microsoft.NET, C #, image processing and modern Internet and mobile applications (including IoT and Cloud applications). He participated in the creation of the human eye registration system of the Swedish company Permobil Meditech AB (Sundsvall, Sweden) and the audience viewing system produced by the German company MediaScore GmbH (Cologne, Germany). Currently, he is the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) in the German company Di Support GmbH (Frankfurt, Germany) and the Managing Director in the Polish software branch of this company. He has been working at Collegium da Vinci since 2003. He lectures for students in the field of object-oriented programming. In her free time, she loves to play board games with sons.

Tomasz Tyksiński, PhD

Dean's Representative of the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication

You can met me:

Information Technology

Tomasz Tyksiński, PhD

Dean's Representative of the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at UAM, he obtained his PhD in data security.

expandScientific interests focus on the security of computer systems, widely understood cryptology, as well as on programming, algorithmics and computational complexity.

expandI am curious

expandA light-hearted audiophile and record collector, maniacally watches movies and reads old fantasy.

Maciej Zakrzewicz, BEng, PhD, DSc

Lecturer

Maciej Zakrzewicz, BEng, PhD, DSc

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandSpecializes in database systems, data mining, internet application architecture, Java programming, design and implementation of information systems, e-commerce, e-government, data warehouses, data analysis.

expandHe conducts research, designs and implements IT trainings, develops IT strategies, manages IT projects, and organizes IT conferences.

expandHe is the author of about 100 publications, including in the field of discovering frequent collections, processing of exploration queries, adaptive web servers, database indexing techniques, tuning of database systems, Java standards for databases and for multi-layer applications.

Michał Sajkowski, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

Michał Sajkowski, BEng, PhD

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandMichał Sajkowski holds a PhD in technical sciences in the discipline of computer science, in the specialty of computer networks.

expandHe is an adjunct at the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication. He lectures and laboratories in the sphere of  computer networks.

expandDr. Sajkowski’s research interests concern the engineering of computer network protocols.

Jarosław Kowalczyk

Deputy Head of the Department of Information Technology

You can meet me

Information Technology

Jarosław Kowalczyk

Deputy Head of the Department of Information Technology

About me

expandThe dean’s representative for Game and Interactive Media Design at Collegium Da Vinci and lecturer at the Communication Design department at the School of Form in Poznań. Artistic director with many years of experience in the computer games industry in the United States. He worked, among others on the world’s hit games: Medal of Honor and Call of Duty. His experience and interests cover a wide range of game production, in particular: graphic art for games, organization of teamwork and production systems. He lectured and led the Game Art and Design department at the Art Institute in Los Angeles. His best students currently work in the most renowned computer game companies such as Bilzzard, Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Electronic Arts and CD Project Red.

I am curious

expandI am fascinated by human nature – everything that determines our ups and downs. This knowledge is also useful when designing games and UX, or player’s experience. My real passion is conceptual painting for games (concept art).

Łukasz Szałankiewicz

Dean's Representative for relations with partners

You can meet me:

Information Technology

Łukasz Szałankiewicz

Dean's Representative for relations with partners

expandAbout me

expandSound artist, member of the Polish Society of Contemporary Music. In his work he focuses equally on the visual and musical spheres. His artistic activity also oscillates around interactive installations. He has many years of curatorial experience, both as a curator of the audio-visual cycle at the Łaźnia Gdańsk Contemporary Art Center (2007-2015) and participant in many international projects. He is a co-creator of the Audiotong publishing house and platform. In 2016-2017 he worked as a curator of special projects, with particular emphasis on the promotion of computer games and interactive media at the Institute of Polish Culture in New York. The creator of the digital culture module at the Faculty of Graphic Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He deals with the issue of audio in interactive media at the Collegium Da Vinci in Poznań at the Faculty of Information Technology and Visual Communication. He is the dean’s representative for relations with partners.

expandI am curious about

expandMedia archeology, demoscene, religious studies and geopolitics.

Miroslaw Szyper, M.Eng.

Head of the Department of Information Technology

Meet me:

Information Technology

Miroslaw Szyper, M.Eng.

Head of the Department of Information Technology

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of the Poznań University of Technology in the field of Computer Science. Master’s thesis is dedicated to wireless IP monitoring powered by an autonomous energy source. I conduct teaching in the field of programming and operating systems. I have many years of experience in conducting courses in programming web applications, administration of computer labs and an e-learning platform. I am also an examiner of the Regional Examination Commission in Poznań.

expandCurious about

expandI am interested in programming, in particular the Laravel framework fascinates me. I like spending my free time in an active way, especially long distance swimming and street workout.

Piotr Jaszczak

Consultant | Trainer | Representative for the quality of services at the Legal Education Foundation, member of the Presidium of the Employers' Council of Collegium Da Vinci

Meet me:

Information Technology

Piotr Jaszczak

Consultant | Trainer | Representative for the quality of services at the Legal Education Foundation, member of the Presidium of the Employers' Council of Collegium Da Vinci

expandAbout me 

expandI am a graduate of the Faculty of Management at the University of Economics in Poznań in the field of Management, specializing in Enterprise Management.

expandFor almost 30 years, I cooperated with an IT company, where I worked in managerial positions – Service Manager, Service Department Director, IT Services and Support Director. I created a network of 14 branches of the company and managed a team of 130 employees throughout the country. I am the author of many executive processes and procedures, resulting, among others,  from the guidelines of ISO 9001 and ISO 20000 standards and managed projects. I have made many changes in the department I manage and mapped the most important processes that are the basis of the company’s operation in the field of services. As a project manager, I have managed over 40 nationwide projects related to information technology. I also implemented service quality management systems based on the assumptions of ISO 9001 and ISO 20000.

expandFor over 15 years I have been conducting trainings, lectures, exercises and workshops. I share my experience and knowledge with everyone who wants to improve their competences in the field of service, quality, project, change or process management.

expandCurious about

expandI am found of photography, traveling and visiting interesting places, I like to play the guitar, listen to good music, especially from a good old black disc.

Krzysztof Hyzorek

Lecturer

Meet me:

Information Technology

Krzysztof Hyzorek

Lecturer

expandAbout me 

expandI am a graduate of the Faculty of Technical Physics at the Poznań University of Technology, obtained my doctorate from the Institute of Molecular Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

expandResearch interests include computer simulations of physical phenomena. I am also involved in popularizing science and creating educational applications.

expandCurious about 

expandIn addition to work, my passion is writing novels. Other important interests include calisthenics, literature, and game development in Unity 3D.

Bartosz Rakowski

Lecturer

Meet you:

Information Technology

Bartosz Rakowski

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandA man of many professions, focusing on versatility with an emphasis on development and creativity. I started working in advertising, created applications, industrial design, interfaces, websites, polygraphs, illustrations, invented advertising slogans, created special effects, TV commercials, made 3d models, architectural visualizations, dealt with animation and managed teams.

expandCurrently, I deal mainly with level design, graphic creation and project management. President and co-founder of the Atomic Jelly studio, which creates ambitious games with an emphasis on storytelling.

expandI am curious

expandA lover of good coffee, history, role-playing games, new technologies, broadly understood art, fascinated by the phenomenon of Demoscene, where I has been an active creator since the 90s. In free time, I am an amateur athlete, starting with running, through powerlifting and ending with sports shooting. I do what I like in life and get paid for it.

Leszek Wanat, PhD

Lecturer

Meet me: 

Information Technology

Leszek Wanat, PhD

Lecturer

About me

expandPhD in economics, engineer, graduate of the Poznan University of Life Sciences
(PULS) and Poznan University of Economics and Business (PUEB). Active university
lecturer, research and management experience in economics, e-commerce and
business informatics.

Curious about

expandPeople, computer science and ballroom dancing.

Curious people

Admission

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agreement and regulations for fees shoul be signed not only by the applicants, but also by the parents/parent or legal guardian, parents/ parents or legal guardian should fill out the statement

* signature should include: name, surname and your personal handwritten signature.

2 ) High school certificate or relevant document obtained abroad, legalized or with an apostille  attached (if the country that issued your certificate is on the list), which authorizes you to apply for enrolment at a higher learning institution. This must be in line with Polish regulations on the recognition of foreign school certificates.

*Non-legalized documents will not be accepted in Poland for the process of recognition of your certificate acquired with foreign education documents not later than the end of the first study semester. The recognition of the high school certificate takes place in Kuratorium Oświaty in Poznan.

3) Eligibility letter – confirmation from the Ministry of Education stating that your high school certificate certificate (serial number) issued by (name of school or other institution that gave you this certificate) on the date gives you permission to continue studies at the university level.

4) Confirmation of registration fee

  •  0 Euro early registration until 31.08.2021
  • 20 Euro-after 31.08.2021

CDV account details for registration fee payment:

BZ WBK S.A

Ul. Gen. Wł. Sikorskiego 2-8

53-569 Wrocław

PL 79 1090 1476 0000 0001 3626 7962

KOD SWIFT :WBKPPLPP

*Please remember that if you have not received your high school certificate as well as eligibility letter yet, your application may get the status of place reservation only on the basis of the signed application documents.

*Please, keep in mind that all documents submitted in a language other than Polish, Russian, Ukrainian or English must be translated into Polish by a sworn-in translator.

Your documents should be sent on email admissions@cdv.pl and after verification to the address below:

Collegium Da Vinci

International Student Office

10 Gen. T. Kutrzeby Street

61-719 Poznań

Poland

 

Your English Language level- B1 (Intermediate) can be proved:

Option 1: International English language certificate

Option 2: English proficiency examination, consisting of two parts: written test and oral communication.

It will be held by means of distance communication (Google Form, Zoom). Detailed information on the organization will be sent by e-mail after registering for the examination.

Dates:

  • 12.04.2021
  • 17.05.2021
  • 14.06.2021
  • 14.07.2021
  • 28.07.2021
  • 12.08.2021
  • 26.08.2021
  • 09.09.2021
  • 23.09.2021

The date for the interview is to be confirmed with International Student Coordinator.

After all the required original documents are positively verified, the status of your application will be “accepted”

International Student Coordinator will transfer you a proper set of documents that confirm your status and may be used for visa purposes.

* visa procedures may also require full annual tuition payment upon applying

Consult us to know the specific details: admissions@cdv.pl

  • Please remember to obtain your insurance policy that will cover medical treatment costs incurred in the event of illness or accident while studying in Poland or an European Health Insurance Card. This document is important for your safe stay in Poland.
  • CDV offers student dormitory Polonez Student Depot that is only 5 mins walk from the university.

Polonez Student Depot

Applicants with “place reservation” status receive an email from International Student Coordinator with booking details.

  • What do I have to do once I come to Poland?
    Important! Once you come to Poland start the process of recognition of your certificate acquired with foreign education documents. Bring the decision of recognition to your coordinator not later than the end of the first study semester. The recognition of the high school certificate takes place in Kuratorium Oswiaty in Poznan.

Address:

Kuratorium Oświaty w Poznaniu
ul. Kościuszki 93, 61-716 Poznań
tel. (61) 854 17 26, fax (61) 852 31 69
e-mail: kancelaria@ko.poznan.pl

For the purpose of recognition, the student has to bring documents translated into Polish by a certified/sworn translator.

  • Remember that for minors living in Poland without parents, it is very important to get a legal guardian.

In the academic year 2021/2022, we are planning classes in the hybrid formula

  • The hybrid form is a combination of online classes and offline classes.
  • In the event of changes related to the pandemic situation and the introduction of restrictions, we reserve the right to change the form of classes.

Tuition fees

Tuition fee. Full-time studies. Academic year 2021/2022.

Apply until 31.08.2021 and do not pay registration fee.

Special offers for CDV and WSNHiD graduates

  • 0 PLN
    registration fee
  • 240 EUR
    exemption from the 1st of 12 installment

Registration fee

  • 0 PLN
    until 31.08.21
  • 85 PLN
    until 30.09.21

Information Technology full-time studies in English

  • 2880 EUR
    year
  • 2x
    1440 EUR
    semester
  • 12x
    240 EUR
    month

Discounts and special offers

At CDV you can get tuition fee discounts and scholarships that will make your studying easier. 

Check the details.

Get to know the scholarship program at Collegium Da Vinci.

Scholarship Scholarship

Do you have any questions? Please contact me!

International Student Coordinator

Iuliia Kravtsova

Office 035