By studying the bachelor's study program in Informatics, you will get a fundamental education in this field of science. The study of basic mathematical disciplines, algorithms, programming theory and other methods related to the design and analysis of complex computer and other systems awaits you.
The main benefit you will gain from studying this program will be lasting value in the form of computer science education, not training. You will not be an educated user of information technology, you will be an expert with appropriate analytical thinking and a comprehensive view of the solution of a number of IT aspects, but also problems beyond ordinary civilian life.
That is why you will easily find a job on the labor market and your work will be rewarded accordingly. In addition, as students of this program, you can individually profile a significant part of your studies by choosing optional subjects from the offer, which fully covers contemporary knowledge in the field of informatics. This program is an ideal starting point for the subsequent study of key branches of informatics, such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, computer graphics, data processing, bioinformatics, or the theory of informatics as a scientific discipline.
You can also complete your studies by participating in teachers' research activities or by cooperating with a commercial company that is industrial partner faculty.
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Is studying a program for you?
The study will be especially demanding on the ability of abstract and systematic thinking, on the contrary, it does not rely on the ability to memorize facts. Do you have doubts if you can study? A reliable indicator for you is the ease with which you master high school mathematics, or interest in logical puzzles, or success in various encryption games.
During the study of the first year, it is possible to transfer to the sister study program Programming and Application Development without any problems.
Graduates of this degree program typically continue their studies in a follow-up master's degree program. However, even the immediate employment of graduates in the labor market is seamless, 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 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
Meet successful graduates
Associate Professor, University of Oxford, UK (2013-2017)
"After graduation, I went to Munich for doctoral studies, for which the field of Parallel and Distributed Systems prepared me perfectly. After two years as a postdoc at IST Austria, I obtained the position of assistant professor at TU Munich. "
In the study catalog you will find lists of compulsory and optional subjects and recommended study.
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.
Compulsory elective specializations of single-subject study
A student with a choice of specialization can specialize, respectively. prepare for the study of a specific follow-up master's program. Focus focuses on selected subjects as outlined in study catalog .
- Informatics without focus
- Computer systems, communications and security
- Visual informatics
- Graphic design
- Bioinformatics and systems biology
- Mathematical informatics
- Natural language processing
- Advanced Mathematics
In the Informatics program, it is also possible to study in the so-called combined study, where you choose the main and any secondary field from the offer of another faculty.