Do you feel an opportunity in the fast-growing job market of cybersecurity experts?
Do you enjoy looking at computer systems "under the skin", learning as much as possible about their nature, properties and behavior? Do you want to know the motivations of cyber-attackers and orient yourself in the legal environment of IT?
Do you want to study at a prestigious school with its own Cyber Polygon and cooperating with top companies and leading institutions of the local, national and international level? Then the professional bachelor's program Cybersecurity is the right choice.
The unique multidisciplinary three-year professional bachelor's study in the Czech environment includes a guided professional internship and prepares students for immediate entry into practice, while those interested can continue in the follow-up master's study.
|Czech study program|
|Study time||3 years|
Graduates can work well as system and network administrators, security monitoring center operators (SOCs), members of CSIRTs, lower or middle cybersecurity management, software engineers of secure IT applications and systems, but also as trainers or assistants to cybersecurity managers.
Where after this study?
Survey of graduates' employment
FI graduates are valued in practice, their average gross starting salary in the last few years is more than 45,000 CZK, according to a survey of all levels of study. More about the employment of graduates
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In the study catalog you will find lists of compulsory and optional subjects and recommended study.
During your studies, you will find a professional supervised internship in companies and organizations, where in direct contact with the practice you will learn about the real aspects of the operation of secure systems and learn to work in multidisciplinary teams.
Facilities of the Faculty of Informatics and Masaryk University with important strategic partners at the national and international level (National Office for Cyber and Information Security) and in the region, companies in the CERIT Science Park of the Faculty of Informatics, industrial partners of the faculty and other entities.
Involvement in research and development
Students have the opportunity to participate in scientific research or development work within FI research laboratories . At the bachelor's level of study, cooperation takes place typically in the form of solving laboratory projects or in the form of laboratory-led final theses. Typical topics of such focused bachelor's theses include evaluation of new procedures, implementation of prototypes, or participation in the development of larger SW products.