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Polish-Japanese Institute of Information
Technology is one of the best universities
in Poland, recognised by students,
employers and media.
Founded in 1994 on the basis of
agreements between the governments of
Poland and Japan, it now offers studies
at 9 faculties in 3 cities.
PJIIT has the right to award the
following degrees: Bachelor, Engineer
and Master, as well as the PhD and
DSc titles.
Warszawa   Bytom   Gdańsk
AWARDS and DISTINCIONS
Since the beginning PJIIT has been ranked on top of most
lists of best institutions offering higher education in
Poland. It holds the title of “Student-Friendly University”
awarded by PROSTUDENT
EDUCATIONAL OFFER

- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
- INTERIOR DESIGN
- GRAPHICS
- JAPANESE CULTURE
- INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
- BRANCH FACULTIES IN BYTOM
 AND GDAŃSK
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Undergraduate studies:
Stationary, extramural weekend, extramural internet-based

Graduate studies:
Stationary, extramural weekend and internet-based


Specialisations (majors)
- Databases
- Web mining
- nteligent data-processing systems
- Inteligent methods of knowledge engineering
- Software and database engineering
- Multimedia
- Multimedia – 3DAnimation
- Multimedia – Game programming
- Programming of business applications
- System and network programming
- Mobile networking
- Distributed and parallel programming
  Systems supporting business and administration
- Project management

Doctoral studies
 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - RECRUITMENT
UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES (ENGINEER)

Stationary – candidates should have passed school-leaving
examinations (Matura, A-levels) in mathematics, computer science
(IT) or physics. Both old and new Matura certificates are honoured.
The same holds for winners of subject competitions (olympics).
Extramural (weekend and Internet-based studies) – candidates are
accepted on the first come first served basis.



GRADUATE STUDIES
(FOR HOLDERS OF BACHELOR OR ENGINEER DEGREE)


Stationary and extramural weekend – candidates are accepted on
the basis of a qualifying interview.

Internet-based – candidates are accepted on the first come first
served basis.

Candidates must be holders of minimum Bachelor degree.
SOCIAL INFORMATICS
GRADUATE STUDIES FOR HOLDERS OF
MINIMUM BACHELOR DEGREE
Stationary and extramural

Innovative study programme aimed chiefly at graduates of
humanities, especially sociology, marketing, psychology, culture
studies and journalism. It offers education in the areas connected
with social web and webmining.



RECRUITMENT

Candidates are accepted on the basis of qualifying interview. Special
emphasis is laid on interests in modern internet technologies.

Candidates must possess minimum bachelor degree.
NEW MEDIA ART. - GRAPHICS
 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES, GRADUATE
 (5 YEAR) STUDIES

 Stationary and extramural
SPECIALISATIONS (MAJORS)
 Animation                          Visualisation
 - Computer games                   - Space design
 - Videoclips                       - Image design

GRADUATE STUDIES FOR HOLDERS OF
BACHELOR DEGREE
Stationary and extramural

SPECIALISATIONS (MAJORS)
- Design of graphics and packages        - Designing visual communication
- Classic 2D animation                   - Multimedia and image-processing
- 3D Animation                             techniques
    NEW MEDIA ART. - GRAPHICS
 UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE (COMBINED 1 AND 2
DEGREE) PROGRAMMES RECRUITMENT
     Stationary and extramural

     Admissions are based on a portfolio of works and an interview
     focusing on art. And culture.

     Candidates must present the following works:
     • Painting (min. 10 pieces) – any technique, preferred format
       50cmx70cm,
     • Drawing (min. 10 pieces) – any technique, preferred format
       50cmx70 cm,
     • Photography – photos (min. 8 pieces).


 GRADUADE STUDIES for holders of bachelor degree

     Stationary and extramural

     Admissions are based on presented portfolio and undergraduate
     diploma work. Candidates should possess the basic knowledge of
     3D graphics and the ability to create multimedia presentations.
NEW MEDIA ART. - GRAPHICS
INTERIOR DESIGN
UNDERGRADUATE STUDY

Stationary and extramural

Studies in the area of Interior Design are multidisciplinary in nature.
They give thorough knowledge, understanding and excellent skills
regarding the creation of human environment. They combine the
traditional study in the fields of graphic arts and architecture with the
study of modern digital media, multimedia and visual arts.




SPECIALISATIONS (MAJORS)
-   Interior design
-   Exhibition design
INTERIOR DESIGN - RECRUITMENT
UNDERGRADUATE STUDY
Stationary and extramural

Admissions are based on a portfolio and a qualifying interview.
The interview focuses on the history of art and architecture and is
followed by a sketching exercise (on a given subject) plus a spatial
test.

The portfolio should contain the following works:
Painting – 10 pieces
Drawing – 10 pieces
Composition – 10 pieces
Sketches and notes – 10 pieces.

The works should be based on nature and cover the following topics:
landscape, interior, still life, study of a human figure.
JAPANESE CULTURE
CULTURE STUDIES

UDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDIES

Stationary and extramural

The curriculum focuses on the modern face of Japan, especially
social and cultural phenomena. It involves the study of current
trends in popular and mass culture – film, comic, new media.
Those are presented against the background of the rich traditional
culture - classical theatre, literature, fine arts and aesthetics. One
of the main subjects of the curriculum is an intensive course in
Japanese.



SPECIALISATIONS (MAJORS)

- Japanese studies
- Culture studies
JAPANESE CULTURE
CULTURE STUDIES - RECRUITMENT

UDERGRADUATE STUDIES
Stationary and extramural

Candidates must possess a matriculation (secondary school
leaving) certificate, with grades from examinations in Polish and
another modern language.
.

GRADUADE STUDIES

Stationary and extramural

Candidates are accepted on the basis of first come first served
basis without the need to participate in qualifying interviews.
JAPANESE CULTURE
FACULTY OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
 Stationary and extramural

 Stationary and extramural (weekend)
 The Faculty of Information Management offers education
 in the application of IT tools in business context,
 especially in the management of modern enterprises.




SPECIALISATIONS (MAJORS)
- Project management

- Decision-supporting systems


RECRUITMENT

Stationary and extramural

Candidates are accepted on the first come first
served basis.
IT COURSES

ACADEMIC TRAINING CENTRE

- CISCO: CCNA, CCNP, CCSP, Wireless
- MICROSOFT: MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA
- LPI Linux

COURSES DEVELOPED BY PJIIT STAFF

Digital forensics
Designing www pages
Photoshop
A-Z of Photography


ECTS points are granted for course participation. Students of PJIIT can participate at
lower cost.
POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
- E-banking
- Data bases and their applications
- IT in business
- Sound engineering
- Internet technologies
- Project management
- Advanced multimedia
- Mobile networking
- Informatics in social research
- Business proces management


INTERNET-BASED STUDIES

- IT systems, applications and databases
- Databases and their applications
FOREIGN EXCHANGE

 PJIIT cooperates with many foreign universities. Thanks to that our students can
 study in other countries as part of the exchange programmes such as ‘Lifelong
 learning’ Erasmus in the EU and in Japan (special scholarships). Our European
 partners are located in Great Britain, Ireland, Spain, Finland and Italy.



SCHOLARSHOPS, FEE REDUCTIONS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

PJIIT has a well-developed system of scholarships and fee reductions:

- Rector’s scholarships for the 10% of students of a given faculty for outstanding
academic, artistic or sport achievements,
- social scholarships with housing allowance,
- scholarships for disabled students,
- one-off financial assistance in case of difficult situation.




REDUCTIONS OF TUITION FEE

 Students of the first year can count on fee reductions of 10%, 30% or 50% for
 good Matura (secondary school leaving) certificates. Additionally there is 7%
 reduction for paying the total annual fee in one installment and 3% for semester
 fee.
IMPORTANT OFFICES AND CLUBS:

 CAREER OFFICE

 STUDENTS’ UNION

 SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS

 TECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR

 GRADUATES’ CLUB


 ACADEMIC TRAINING CENTRE – CERTIFIED IT COURSES
CONTACT
ul. Koszykowa 86
02-008 Warszawa
tel.: 22 58 44 500
fax: 22 58 44 501
pjwstk@pjwstk.edu.pl

Aleja Legionów 2
41-902 Bytom
tel.: 32 387 16 60
fax: 32 389 01 31
bytom@pjwstk.edu.pl

ul. Brzegi 55
80-045 Gdańsk
tel./fax: 58 683 59 75
gdansk@pjwstk.edu



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