|University website:||Informatics Systems|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||3,426 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||3,426 EUR|
The aim of the Informatics Programme is to prepare IT professionals capable to perform analysis of real-world problems, design and implement IT solutions for solving the identified problems, understand the reciprocal interactions between IT, society, and business. Through its three specializations – Artificial Intelligence Systems, Business Informatics, and Software Systems – the Programme aims to prepare broad-minded specialists having fundamental and state-of-the-art knowledge of modern information technologies (IT).
Artificial Intelligence Systems Specialization of the Programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation and adequate skills to apply data and system analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning methods and in business, medical, open data and other systems.
Business Informatics Specialization of the Programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation and adequate skills for applying key business management tools and e-service projects of different scale in business environment.
Software Systems Specialization of the Programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation and adequate skills for management of software development cycle, application of software testing, quality assurance techniques, and management of complex cross-platform software development projects.
The Informatics Programme has three specializations, starting from the third year of study: Applied Informatics, Business Informatics, Computer Graphics and Multimedia.
Graduates of Informatics Programme will be able to work as software developers, software testers, software architects, analysts, project managers, system administrators in different organizations, state institutions and business units. Graduates of Informatics may continue in Master studies in Computer Science (Informatics) or Computer Engineering.