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By studying the bachelor study program Informatics you will gain a fundamental education in this field of science. You are expected to study basic mathematical disciplines, algorithms, theory of programming and other methods related to the design and analysis of complex computer and other systems.

The main benefit you will gain from studying this program will be sustained value in the form of IT education, not training. You will not be a knowledgeable user of information technology, you will be an expert / expert with adequate analytical thinking and comprehensive insight into the solution of a wide range of informational aspects, but also problems going beyond ordinary civil life.

That is why you can find your job market smoothly and your work will be appreciated accordingly. In addition, as a student of this program, you can profile a significant portion of your studies individually by choosing optional subjects from a menu that fully covers contemporary knowledge in the computer science field. This program is an ideal starting point for the subsequent study of key informatics sectors, such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, computer graphics, data processing, bioinformatics, and computer science theory as a science.

You can also complement your studies by engaging in teacher research activities or by working with a commercial firm industrial partner faculty.

Application for study (until February 28)
Admission Procedure Guide

Czech study program
Form prezenční
Study time 3 years
Is the study program for you?

The study will be particularly demanding on the ability of abstract and systematic thinking, on the contrary, it will not build on the ability to memorize facts. Do you have any doubts if you can do this? A reliable indicator for you is the ease with which you master high school mathematics, or interest in logic puzzles, or achievements in various encryption games.

During the first year of study, you can easily switch to a sister program of Programming and Application Development.

Graduate profile

Graduates of this degree program typically continue their studies in a follow-up Master's degree program. Nevertheless, even the immediate employment of graduates in the labor market is smooth, you can work in a number of positions with a focus on programming or information technology. As a quality expert in the field, you will be highly valued in the labor market.

Where to go after this study?
Graduate survey

FI graduates are valued in practice, their average gross salary in the last few years is more than CZK 45,000, according to a survey of all levels of study. More about graduate employment

Meet successful graduates

Jan Křetínský
Jan Křetínský

Assistant Professor, TU Munich

“After my exams, I went to doctoral studies in Munich, for which the Parallel and Distributed Systems field prepared me excellently. After two years as a postdoc at IST Austria, I was appointed assistant professor at TU Munich. ”

Study catalog

In the Study Catalog you will find lists of compulsory and compulsory optional subjects and a recommended course of study.

Study catalog


Practice is not planned as part of study.

Involvement in research and development

Students have the opportunity to engage in scientific research or development work within research laboratories . At the Bachelor's level of study, cooperation is typically carried out in the form of laboratory projects or final theses. Typical topics of such bachelor work include the evaluation of new procedures, the implementation of prototypes, or the participation in the development of larger SW products.

Science, research and development

Obligatory Optional Focus of Studies

A student with a choice of focus can specialize, respectively. prepare for the study of a follow-up Master's program. The focus corresponds to selected subjects as outlined in Study Catalog .

  • Non-Focused Informatics
  • Computer systems, communication and security
  • Visual informatics
  • Graphic design
  • Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
  • Mathematical Informatics
  • Natural language processing
  • Extended mathematics