Information Technology – Collegium Da Vinci Poznań

Information Technology

First-cycle degree programme

Level of studies

Engineer's degree

Title

English

Language of instruction

3,5 years

Duration

2991

Number of hours

Full-time

Study mode

7

Number of semesters

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Atakan Zengin
Student of Information Technology
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About the study programme

Information Technology is a study programme focused on acquiring practical skills in the field of new technologies: programming, artificial intelligence, computer networks and the Internet of Things. It educates specialists who easily find themselves in the ever-changing IT world. It gives knowledge about creating, developing and implementing the latest IT solutions. It teaches how to be a conscious user of technology and fully use its potential. It focuses on current issues used in business; prepares for project and team work, teaches creative problem solving. Completion of the course gives the title of Engineer and allows you to join the group of the most sought-after specialists on the market.

You will learn to

  • program in languages ​​such as: Assembler, C, C++, C#, Java, Python, PHP, Java Script
  • manage IT projects
  • use various tools supporting IT processes
  • manage IT networks and ensure their security
  • administer databases
  • process data in the cloud
  • use artificial intelligence
  • design games (basics)
  • use object-oriented programming methods
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You will be able to work

  • in start-ups, scale-ups, corporations, running your own company
  • in companies developing new digital products and IT services
  • in public institutions
  • in companies in the creative industry
  • in IT departments of any industry
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Considering if this the study programme is for you?

You may say „yes” if you think the following description fits you:

 

  • you are open to new things
  • you like to develop your skills
  • you are interested in the IT world and its potential
  • you follow technological news
  • you can analyze and combine facts
  • you are inquisitive and inventive
  • you have a sharp mind
  • you like independent and team work

Our current students were previously interested in:

 

  • Information Technology
  • Electronics
  • Math-Physics
  • Psychology
  • Linguistics
  • Humanistic Profile

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How the curriculum looks like

Get the most valuable knowledge - knowledge about yourself

semester 1 + 2

2 aptitude tests

Even if you still don’t know exactly what you want to do in the future, start your studies at Collegium Da Vinci in any study programme and this knowledge will come to you by itself. When you start your first year at our university, you will pass tests that will show you your natural predispositions and strengths. In the Clifton StrengthsFinder® study, also known as the Gallup Test, you will find out what your innate talents are, what your individual potential is and in which areas you have a chance to achieve above-average results. On the other side, the Insightful Profiler™ test will examine your development potential, check what motivates you and what discourages you from acting. It will indicate the features that distinguish you from others and define your natural roles in the team. Equipped with such knowledge, you will be able to make more conscious choices on your educational and professional path.

Tutoring

semester 1 + 2

41 hours

During your first year of study, you will participate in Tutoring classes. You will have a suport of a Tutor, i.e. a university guide. His task will be to help you in your development – professional, scientific, personal and social. Under his supervision, you will start working on yourself – from defining your own needs and values ​​that are important to you, through setting goals, to watching over their implementation. Thanks to this process, you will build independence in making decisions, gain efficiency in actions and strengthen responsibility for your development. During group and individual tutoring classes, you will get to know yourself better, focus on developing your strengths through specific activities and plan an individual learning path. This work will be profitable in the following years

Competences of the future

semestr 1-2

150 hours

It is a block of classes focused on acquiring skills that will enable you to make effective decisions and act in the professional realities. It will prepare you to take on professional roles in the area of ​​your choice. During it, you will develop key social, cognitive and emotional competences, increasingly desirable on the labor market.

What are the competencies:

  • Creativity
  • Flexibility
  • Teamwork
  • Critical thinking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Work mobility
  • Dealing with stress
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Study programme modules

semester 1-7

1000 hours

In other words, „must have” modules. It is a set of compulsory classes in which every student of a given study programme participates. Arranged in cooperation with business, based on the latest standards and market trends. It is a program base that will equip you with the latest knowledge and key skills needed in the industry. The starting point for the specialization path and further development.

 

In this study programme, these are:

  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Mathematics for computer scientists
  • Basics of programming
  • Introduction to computer science
  • Software engineering
  • Operating Systems
  • Game development
  • Database
  • Object-oriented programming
  • Computer Networks
  • Security of information systems
  • Internet Technologies
  • Introduction to embedded systems
  • Computer architecture
  • IoT and Cloud Computing
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Big Data
  • Industry 4.0 & 5.0
  • Diploma team project

Modules to choose

semester 3-7

600 hours

In other words, „wanna have” modules . It is a package of modules that you choose yourself – according to your needs and interests. You can do it on the second year of studies. Individually, you decide on as many as 12 modules, which gives a total of several hundred didactic hours to explore your knowledge in the areas that interest you. You choose from dozens of options- both directly related to your study programme, as well as in non-study programme disciplines. Your choice will determine in which direction you will ultimately develop.

Remember: each academic year the list of available modules is slightly different. We modify it for our students, responding to the popularity of the subjects they choose and changing market trends.

 

Students of this study programme have previously chosen:

  • Laravel – developing applications using a framework, mvc pattern
  • advanced ob-ject programming
  • structural programming
  • machine learning in Python
  • API in data exploration
  • system application for network administrators
  • project management
  • basics of site reliability engineering
  • Kubernetes fundamentals

Practical aspects of the profession

semester 3-6

960 hours

A block of classes during which you will gain practical professional skills, explore the secrets of the industry and learn about market realities. In practice, it can not be underestimated! You will work on real case studies taken from the market – facing real business cases. You will immerse yourself in the everyday life of the industry by participating in workshops, business games and simulations. You will build a portfolio of projects you have completed and prepare yourself to enter the labor market. At the end, you will have all the necessary competencies and skills to start your apprenticeship or work in the company of your choice

Design your own studies

Wondering how many specializations there are in this study programme? You could say infinitely many! That’s because our studies give you tremendous freedom in arranging your own educational path. Having a particular programme study, you can follow a completely individual path designed by yourself. You can decide on which direction you will develop and what skills you will acquire by choosing as many as 12 additional modules from the dozens of areas on the list of modules available in a given academic year – both from your study programme and beyond it. Every year the choice of additional modules is slightly different – we modify it, guided by changing market trends and labor market needs. That’s a total of as many as several hundred teaching hours in the subjects you indicate. You yourself become the designer of your own education.

See how our students did it in previous years

Remember that these are only examples. You design your development path yourself, individually picking up modules additional to the main study programme from the list of those currently available, and this will be published for you at the end of the second semester. It is only up to you which subjects from the list you decide on, and therefore which new skills you will acquire and in which specific areas.

Area: Web and mobile applications
Area: Computer network
Area: Cloud Engineering

Modules chosen by the student:

Laravel - developing applications using a framework, MVC pattern

Advanced object programming

Structural programming

Machine learning in Python

API in data exploration

By choosing similar modules for yourself, you will learn:

  • create web and mobile applications
  • design graphical interfaces and websites
  • use cloud solutions in designing web applications
  • create applications using a framework, the MVC pattern
  • use object-oriented, structural and system programming methods
  • use machine learning in Python

In the future you will be able to work as:

  • Web and mobile application developer
  • Application tester
  • Application administrator
  • Designer of graphical interfaces and websites
  • Database administrator

Income examples

Mobile application developer

13 480 PLN

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Mobile application tester

9 387 PLN

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Database administrator

7 300 PLN

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Source: money.pl | wynagrodzenia.pl | money.pl | pracuj.pl | cloudforum.pl

Modules chosen by the student:

System application for network administrators

Advanced object programming

Project management

Structural programming

Basics of site reliability engineering

By choosing similar modules for yourself, you will learn:

  • build and maintain IT infrastructure
  • manage networks and ensure their security
  • administer network systems
  • configure local computer networks and network devices
  • manage IT projects taking into account time, budget and risk analysis
  • monitor systems and manage incidents
  • use object-oriented and structured methods of programming

In the future you will be able to work as:

  • IT systems administrator
  • Computer network administrator
  • IT infrastructure designer
  • Network security engineer

Income examples

IT security specialist

9 400 PLN

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IT network engineer

9 120 PLN

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IT systems administrator

8 560 PLN

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Source: money.pl | wynagrodzenia.pl | money.pl | pracuj.pl | cloudforum.pl

Modules chosen by the student:

Basics of site reliability engineering

Kubernetes fundamentals

Advanced object programming

Project management

Structural programming

By choosing similar modules for yourself, you will learn:

  • plan and configure cloud solutions
  • work and troubleshoot on Kubernetes clusters
  • deploy and manage Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Run and Cloud Functions resources
  • administer data storage and network resources
  • apply the principles of reliability engineering
  • manage IT projects
  • use object-oriented and structured methods of programming

In the future you will be able to work as:

  • Cloud solutions developer
  • Cloud Developer
  • Cloud Engineer
  • Engineer of systems and cloud platforms

Income examples

System Engineer (Networking)

19 000 PLN

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DevOps Engineer

15 250 PLN

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Cloud Engineer

11 500 PLN

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Source: money.pl | wynagrodzenia.pl | money.pl | pracuj.pl | cloudforum.pl

Study practically the best

LECTURERS-PRACTITIONERS

You will gain knowledge directly from experts - entrepreneurs, industry practitioners, specialists in their professions.

DESIGN WORK

You will learn by completing tasks in the form of projects - including interdisciplinary ones

CASE STUDIES

You will learn the realities of the industry by looking at real projects successfully implemented on the market.

Meet the partners of the study programme

See what students say about the study programme

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Oskar Legner

Student of Information Technology

 

“Programming languages, libraries, environments, code editors and everything else are just tools. Their learning is a long and demanding intermediate step – however, it opens a world of completely new possibilities. If this is what you are looking for, then CDV Poznań is the perfect place for you.”

Meet the lecturers of the study programme

Agnieszka Walczak

Head of the Department of Computer Science and Data Analysis

Agnieszka Walczak

Head of the Department of Computer Science and Data Analysis

expandAbout me

expandLinguist, lecturer, teacher, specialist in project management and team building.

expandMA in English Philology at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań and a graduate of postgraduate studies in project management, management in education and new technologies in education and training. Certified Design Thinking moderator. Member of IATEFL Poland. She deepened her knowledge and skills through participation in trainings and courses, including agile project management methodologies, coaching, tutoring and content marketing.

expandShe shared her experience by designing and conducting trainings and writing popular science articles, incl. on the use of new technologies and agile project management methodologies in education. She managed project teams in state institutions as well as service and sales in the private sector.

expandI’m curious about

expand..what the world would look like if the current educational rules were turned upside down. I am passionate about modern education and building relationships in teams.

expandPrivately, I devote myself to exploring the world through travel and literature, contact with other people without the mediation of the Internet, and gardening and interior design in mini versions.

Tomasz Tyksiński, PhD

Deputy Dean for the Internationalisation

You can met me:

Information Technology

Tomasz Tyksiński, PhD

Deputy Dean for the Internationalisation

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.

Jerzy Weres BEng, PhD, DSc, ProfTit

Professor

Jerzy Weres BEng, PhD, DSc, ProfTit

Professor

expandAbout me

expandA graduate of the Poznań University of Technology (1974) in the field of applications of mathematics in mechanics. He obtained the degrees of doctor (1979) and habilitated doctor (1992) and the title of professor (2002) in computational sciences. He represents the field of engineering and technical sciences within the disciplines of: technical information technology and telecommunications as well as mechanical engineering.

expandHe gained professional experience as an assistant professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1974-1980), as a professor at the Department of Applied Computer Science of the Institute of Biosystems Engineering at the University of Life Sciences in Poznań (1980-2017), where he was the head of the Department, deputy director of the Institute for science, head of the university’s IT Center, and the Rector’s representative for networks and information systems. He continues his research and teaching at Collegium Da Vinci, with which he has been associated since 2001, initially as WSNHiD. He also worked at foreign universities – in France (doctoral fellowship at École Centrale, Nantes), Canada (visiting researcher at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg) and the United States (visiting researcher at Purdue University, West Lafayette and University of Florida, Gainesville).

expandThe greatest scientific achievements: 1) development of integrated methods for the production of advisory Internet applications for the needs of agri-food and forest management using semantic networks and 3D modeling, 2) development of original algorithms and comprehensive software for the analysis of heat and water transport processes in biomaterials, 3) development of inverse analysis algorithms to identify unknown properties of investigated products.

expandHe is the author of numerous original works. Hirsch index according to Web of Science: 16, number of citations: 524. Leading publications: Weres J., Kujawa S., Olek W., Czajkowski Ł. 2016. Integration of experimental and computational methods for identifying geometric, thermal and diffusive properties of biomaterials. International Agrophysics 30(2): 253-260 and Weres J., Olek W., Kujawa S. 2009; Comparison of optimization algorithms for inverse FEA of heat and mass transport in biomaterials. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 47(3): 701-716.

expandHe participated in many research projects of such programs and grant agencies as EC 7th Framework Program (“A common data exchange system for agricultural systems – agriXchange” and “FI-PPP project supporting SMEs in the development of smart services and applications for the agri-food sector – SmartAgriFood2″), COST Action, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NSERC, NCN, etc. Participant, organizer and chairman of scientific schools and international conferences.

expandHe promoted 12 doctors, made 6 reviews for the title of professor, 1 for the title of doctor honoris causa, 19 for the degree of habilitated doctor, 28 for the degree of doctor.

expandHe cooperates with companies from the IT sector. Designed and implemented IT systems and computer networks in didactic and scientific units and agri-food enterprises. He organized and conducted two editions of nationwide training conferences of the Center for the Promotion of Information Technology in Warsaw: “IT Support for University Management – Review of practical solutions”. He has been cooperating with the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center since 1993 in the creation and development of IT infrastructure in the Poznań environment, and participates in training and conferences organized by the Poznań Center (gave lectures: “Tools and services for smart agriculture and food processing”, “Integrated system for supporting determination and analysis of geometric, thermal and diffusive properties of agri-food and forest products”, “Development of IT infrastructure and data processing technology in the light of future challenges in agriculture and food production”).

expandHe is involved in work on the boards of international scientific societies in the field of computer science, such as EFITA, CIGR (IT Section), ASABE, IEEE and ACM, he was also a member of the Computational Sciences Section of the Computer Science Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

expandI’m curious about

expandMemories of Far East voyages, great oceans and Conrad’s seven green isles (I graduated from the State Maritime School in Gdynia and sailed on ships of Polish Ocean Lines).

expandPainting, sculpture and architecture. Literature, history and philosophy of science. Processing of photos and my own videos.

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.

Lidia Typańska-Czajka, PhD

Lecturer

Let’s meet at:

Information Technology

Lidia Typańska-Czajka, PhD

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandI am a doctor of mathematical sciences in the field of mathematics, specializing in mathematical logic. The title of my doctoral dissertation is: The lattice of extensions of relevant logic by E.

expandAt CDV I run classes, among others in logic and set theory, mathematical statistics or number theory in security.

expandI am curious about

expandConstruction and creation of clothing.

Jarosław Kowalczyk

Lecturer

You can meet me

Information Technology

Jarosław Kowalczyk

Lecturer

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).

Paulina Głowacka

Lecturer

Paulina Głowacka

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandA passionate pedagogue, a graduate of master’s studies in the specialization of elementary education and pedagogical therapy and of bachelor’s studies elementary education and English at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań.

expandI am curious about

expandMy research interests revolve around the educational use of new technologies and contemporary childhood in the world of media.

expandPrivately, an enthusiast of the philosophy of minimalism and a lover of dogs.

Tibor Vörös

Lecturer

Tibor Vörös

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandTibor Vörös has over 20 years experience in both academic and corporate environments. He is an enthusiastic and curious individual, who has explored areas ranging from medical approaches and robotics to corporate financial processes. Tibor’s work is mostly related to information systems, and he has taught related topics across the world (Hungary, Poland, Germany, China, India, USA, etc.). Among other items, Tibor spent considerable time on complex finance-driven business simulations and created unique storyboards to help participants experience real life problems in classroom situations. CEEMAN has selected Mr Vörös as the winner of the Innovation in Course Design category for the Champions’ Award 2010. Tibor also took part in various industry campaigns and mid-size EU projects. One may meet him on cross-country runs or trying his skates (old Bladerunners) on the bike paths of Poznan.

Janina Rudowicz-Nawrocka, BEng, PhD

Director for the Support of Education Faculty of Applied Sciences

Janina Rudowicz-Nawrocka, BEng, PhD

Director for the Support of Education Faculty of Applied Sciences

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.

Michał Janowski

Lecturer

Michał Janowski

Lecturer

expandAbout Me

expandDoktor inżynier, entuzjasta Motion Capture oraz analizy ruchu człowieka

expandI’m Curious about

expandTechnological changes and challenges in the broadly understood digital world, especially in 3D graphics

Vitalii Kotsovskyi

Lecturer

Vitalii Kotsovskyi

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandI am a graduate of computer engineering (BSc), internet marketing (MA) and Frontend Developer postgraduate studies.

expandMy previous professional path focused on work related to IT which allowed me to gain advanced technical knowledge.

expandAt work, I always strive to achieve my goals which is important to me because I am an ambitious and determined person. My colleagues also appreciate my punctuality and responsibility, which makes me trustworthy.

expandNow, as a lecturer, my experiences in technology provide a solid foundation for sharing knowledge and supporting the development of younger generations. My passion for learning and imparting knowledge is now the main focus of my professional path.

expandI’m curious about

expandIn my free time, I love traveling and discovering new cities, which allows me to expand my horizons and draw inspiration from different places.

Dagmara Anna Prystacka

Lecturer

Dagmara Anna Prystacka

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandI have been involved in media and corporate communications for over twenty-five years. I was a contributor to Głos Wielkopolski and then editor-in-chief of City Magazine, a monthly published by Agora S.A. For nearly 10 years I worked as a reporter, co-publisher and presenter – first at Business Television, then at Polish Television. For three years I was professionally connected with Enea Group S.A., serving there as a spokesperson and head of the press office. In 2015, I took on the role of press officer at Volkswagen Poznań, representing the corporation’s four production plants in Poland.  I am a graduate of political science at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, the London School of Public Relations and an MBA from the Poznań University of Economics. In 2019, I opened my doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the Adam Mickiewicz University.

expandI’m curious about

expandBusiness psychology, corporate communications and the future of media.

Maks Marcinowski

Lecturer

Maks Marcinowski

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandComputer scientist, security data analyst at PSNC, author of publications on the application of artificial intelligence methods in discussion analysis.

expandI’m curious about

expandAreas where culture meets technology, and strictly professionally – AI in security and social networks.

Krzysztof Maliński

Lecturer

Krzysztof Maliński

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandGraduate of Collegium Da Vinci with over 6 years of experience in programming. Today, a game developer who started his career in mobile applications and websites. On a daily basis, he is Team Leader and Lead Unity Developer at Play2Chill S.A. His track record includes many private and commercial projects for personal computers or the Nintendo Switch console. The biggest projects he has participated in are: “Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021” and “Aztecs: The Last Sun” or “Pocket Pool.”

expandI’m curious about

expandI am passionate about games and music. In addition to programming, I develop passions related to music. I compose music for games and implement it in engines. After hours, I am attending a master’s degree in “Composition and Orchestration for Video Games” at the University of Chichester in England.

Przemysław Nowak

Lecturer

Przemysław Nowak

Lecturer

About me

expandComputer science specialist at the Institute of Biosystems Engineering, University of Life Sciences in Poznań. Lecturer at the Department of Computer Science and Audiovisual Communication at CDV. Owner of a company providing programming services and IT outsourcing. Specialties: management of Windows servers, programming in c++, c#,ASP.net, administration of solutions for companies, courses and training.

Katarzyna Dadek

Lecturer

Katarzyna Dadek

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandI have been programming professionally since 2014. The main focus is on JavaScript-based technologies (Node.js / React.js). I participate in projects conducted in methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban and Extreme Programming. I graduated from Creative Management at CDV and since then I have been developing my skills also in areas such as project management, UX and UI design.

expandI’m curious about

expandProfessionally: programming and broadly designing web solutions. Privately, on the other hand, I am interested in Japanese culture – language, anime, manga… :).  In my free time, I participate in RPG sessions and play games… 🙂

Filip Napierała M.Sc. Eng.

Lecturer

Filip Napierała M.Sc. Eng.

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandGraduate of Poznan University of Technology, majoring in Automation and Robotics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Conducts didactics in the field of Fundamentals of Electronics, Embedded Systems and Programming. Many years of experience in teaching automation and training courses on PLCs and Google tools. Additionally, an entrepreneur working with companies in the field of Embedded Systems.

expandI’m curious about

expandAutomation, Robotics, Automotive, Pedagogy, Sports, Ornithology

Robert Tyma M.Sc. Eng.

Lecturer

Robert Tyma M.Sc. Eng.

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandGraduate of Automation and Robotics at Poznan University of Technology. A didactician by choice, passionate about electronics. Specialist in the field of embedded systems. Promoter of Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. He is also active in industry and business, where he uses his knowledge to carry out the prototyping process of devices. He has several commercially deployed solutions to his credit, where he worked as a prototype engineer.

expandI’m curious about

expandAutomation, robotics, embedded systems, pedagogy

Alicja Migda

Lecturer

Alicja Migda

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandDesigner with more than 16 years of experience. On a daily basis she works as a Senior Product Designer / Team Leader – with web and mobile applications. In addition, as a UX consultant, she supports several software houses. He conducts trainings, workshops and webinars on the topic of Product Design. Ambassador of the topic of accessible digital product design

expandI’m curious about

expandAI technology, blockchain, generations vs. technology

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Maciej Stróżniak

Lecturer

Maciej Stróżniak

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandI am a sound designer, composer, as well as a lecturer specializing in creating music and soundtracks for video games. In addition to co-creating commercial projects, I also compose and produce my own music.

expandI’m Courious about

expandMusic, composition, guitar, sound design, studio sound production, programming, video games, board games

Kamila Bilicka

Intercultural career and entrepreneurship advisor, academic teacher, mentor and soft skills trainer. Entrepreneur.

Kamila Bilicka

Intercultural career and entrepreneurship advisor, academic teacher, mentor and soft skills trainer. Entrepreneur.

expandAbout Me

expandA graduate of Collegium Da Vinci, majoring in Consulting and Coaching, and postgraduate studies – pedagogical preparation, at the Faculty of Social Sciences. A graduate of Adam Mickiewicz University at the Faculty of Law and Administration.

expandCertified trainer, facilitator and moderator of DiSC, Design Thinking. Agile enthusiast (APMG International Agile PM Foundations) and Scrum (Scrum Product Owner certified by ScrumStudy).

expandShe draws her experience from over 3,000 hours of meetings and cooperation with people who use her help to gain new competences, manage their talents and build their own, tailor-made development path or business strategy.

expand“I am a member of the CDV’s Practicality Center team, which is responsible for cooperation with business, supporting teaching processes and career development of CDV Students and Graduates.

expandOur mission is to promote a proactive attitude and build “bridges” between education and the business environment.

expandAt Collegium Da Vinci, I provide career and entrepreneurship counseling and the subject “Practical skills and professional competences” in Polish and English. I organize, facilitate and moderate workshops, trainings, meetings with employers and conferences. I create a space for cooperation with the Poznań social and business environment for CDV students and graduates.

expandI believe that self-awareness is the inner wisdom and strength of a person that allows him to make the best possible decisions and use his potential, therefore at work I am focusing on people and their potential and support them in building self-awareness and proactive attitude, using a variety of tools and methods tailored to the needs and resources of students.”

Klaudia Bączyk-Lesiuk Ph.D.

Lecturer

Klaudia Bączyk-Lesiuk Ph.D.

Lecturer

About me

expandDoctor of Humanities, literary scholar, journalist, teacher of Polish as a foreign language.

expandGraduate of Polish philology (specialization: journalism and teaching) from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, in 2014 she defended her doctoral thesis with honors at the University of Wroclaw

expandAuthor of the book Creations of Judas in Polish prose of the 20th and early 21st centuries, as well as scholarly articles on comparative studies and glottodidactics.

expandShe has taught at the University of Wroclaw and the V. Stefanyk Carpathian National University, as well as Polish language classes at educational institutions in Ivano-Frankivsk and Odessa. She has been involved in education at various levels for more than a dozen years.

I’m curious about

expandHer main research interests are: international and intercultural communication, Polish language glottodidactics, bilingualism in the Polish-Ukrainian environment, and contemporary apocryphal literature. Privately, she is a lover of: travel (preferably with a backpack), Marvel movies and board games.

Katarzyna Szybiak

Lecturer

Katarzyna Szybiak

Lecturer

expandAbout me

expandShe graduated with a degree in mathematics from Poznan University of Technology. She majored in mathematical modeling and data analysis, and her thesis was on population growth over time. She gained experience in banking and education, where she used alternative forms of teaching. She has conducted trainings for teachers on Frenetic methods. She has been a participant in, among other things, a forum for sharing experiences inspired by alternative pedagogy and a congress of innovative mathematics teachers.

expandI’m curious about

expandInterests related to expanding knowledge in mathematics, especially related to its teaching.

expandLogic games, general sports and expanding social skills in communication.

Mateusz Samson

Lecturer

Mateusz Samson

Lecturer

About me

expandCurrently, I am a data analyst running my own business in this field and the broader environmental field. I have a master’s degree in environmental protection. For the past 6 years I have been involved in the analysis of environmental data related to global warming. The experience and knowledge gained over these years in this field allowed me to open a doctoral thesis related to micrometeorological data.

expandTo date, my greatest achievement has been working with the European Space Agency on lidar data analysis.

expandMy professional goal is to become a recognized person in the Data Science world. And in business to create my own team of Data Scientists, analyzing complex issues.

I’m curious about

expandMost of the time besides Data science and technological innovations in data analysis, my daily life is filled with music and “bachata sensual” dance classes in couples as well as solo. This is a fresh passion that causes me to breathe for a while and focus on my physical development as well as maintaining my mental fitness, which is important in this industry from my point of view.

expandOn a more personal note, the time I spend with my daughter makes me get up every other day smiling.

expandBardziej prywatnie, czas spędzany z córką sprawia, iż każdego kolejnego dnia wstaję uśmiechnięty.

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Temporary special offer until July 13th

All you need to do is create an application account, fill in your personal details, confirm your English language proficiency and provide us with your high school certificate (if received) by July 13th.

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(fee valid up to July 13th)

12 months installments

12 x 295 EUR

280 EUR

2 semesters installments

2 x1 770 EUR

1 680 EUR

1 year installments

1 x 3 540 EUR

3 360 EUR

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During 3,5 years of full-time study

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Create an account in our application form and apply for your dream course. Confirm your English language proficiency and a place at university will be waiting for you until July 13th. Once you receive your high school certificate, fill in its number in the application form and upload it. And that’s it.

Simple, right? And what’s more, it doesn’t cost you anything. You will not pay a single EUR for the registration fee.

 

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Create your personal account

Create your personal account here rekrutacja.cdv.pl.

Create your personal account here rekrutacja.cdv.pl.

2

Fill in the application form

Fill in the application form in English (except for passport data), then choose the course and a payment mode.

Fill in the application form in English (except for passport data), then choose the course and a payment mode.

3

Pay the registration fee

The registration fee is 0 PLN until July 13th.

 

After July 13th you can pay the registration fee in your personal account using PayU service.

The registration fee is 0 PLN until July 13th.

 

After July 13th you can pay the registration fee in your personal account using PayU service.

4

Confirm your English language proficiency

At Collegium Da Vinci, one of the requirements for admission is to prove your language proficiency by passing an entrance exam. The minimum required language level for admission is B1 (Intermediate level).

 

If you do not have a internationally recognized certificate, you have to pass the exam.

At Collegium Da Vinci, one of the requirements for admission is to prove your language proficiency by passing an entrance exam. The minimum required language level for admission is B1 (Intermediate level).

 

If you do not have a internationally recognized certificate, you have to pass the exam.

5

Sign the documents

If you are over 18 years old (major), after registering and filling in all your details, you will be able to sign the documents online in a secure manner. Once your documents are signed, you will receive the agreement in pdf format to your email address.

 

If you are under 18 years old (minor), download a agreement and sign it together with your parent. Then attach scans of the documents to your personal account.

If you are over 18 years old (major), after registering and filling in all your details, you will be able to sign the documents online in a secure manner. Once your documents are signed, you will receive the agreement in pdf format to your email address.

 

If you are under 18 years old (minor), download a agreement and sign it together with your parent. Then attach scans of the documents to your personal account.

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Submit your high school certificate

Once you have your education document in hand, scan and attach the scans in your personal account.

 

If you are residing in Poland, you must bring or mail the originals of all documents to complete the admission procedure.

Once you have your education document in hand, scan and attach the scans in your personal account.

 

If you are residing in Poland, you must bring or mail the originals of all documents to complete the admission procedure.

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Welcome to CDV!

As soon as you fulfil all the above conditions, your status as an applicant will change to “accepted”.

This means that you are accepted to the university and on October 1st you will become a student of the Collegium Da Vinci.

As soon as you fulfil all the above conditions, your status as an applicant will change to “accepted”.

This means that you are accepted to the university and on October 1st you will become a student of the Collegium Da Vinci.

It's important to remember!

Please check the detailed information on the admission process.

 

The provided information is of a general character. More detailed information can be found here: ADMISSION PROCESS.

Please check the detailed information on the admission process.

 

The provided information is of a general character. More detailed information can be found here: ADMISSION PROCESS.

Have questions? Feel free to contact us!

We will answer all your questions, explain and advise. You can call us, write an e-mail, ask a question WhatsApp, and even arrange a private video call. If you feel like it, we also invite you personally to our Admissions Office.

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Iuliia Kravtsova

International Student Coordinator

e-mail: admissions@cdv.pl

tel.: +48 697 691 256

Address and opening hours of Admissions Office

ul. Kutrzeby10, 61-719 Poznań Room R006, ground floor

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 8.30-15.30

Saturday - Sunday: closed