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Secondary School Teacher Training in Informatics

The program leads to obtaining a teaching qualification in Informatice, either in combination with a second secondary school apprenticeship, or with vocational training in informatics, particularly with a focus on information systems management in a small or medium-sized company, or school.

Application for study (until April 30)
Admission Procedure Guide

Czech study program
Form prezenční
Study time 2 years
Graduates
Graduate profile

The graduate of the program finds employment as a secondary school teacher with a degree in Informatics and a second field of science, or he / she can take the position of a network administrator at a secondary school with pedagogical competence to teach Informatics.

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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

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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

Part of the studies are necessary pedagogical internships at secondary schools.

Study variants

Computer science teacher and network administrator

This single-subject study prepares students for a professional position as a network administrator at secondary school in parallel with the necessary pedagogical training necessary for obtaining secondary school apprenticeship in Informatics.

Switch (switch) connecting various network devices in a computer network

Secondary School Teacher Training in Informatics

This study variant leads, in cooperation with the Faculty of Science, MU, where the student will be enrolled in the study of the chosen second discipline, to obtain two secondary school qualifications.

From DP 'Scratch Programming Language Textbook'