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General information

Important information:

The first stage of study at the Faculty of Informatics PJAIT is bachelor's degree (engineering degree), which takes place in two modes:


Full-time studies (Monday through Friday) lasting 7 semesters,


extramural studies (every two weeks on weekends: Saturday and Sunday) lasting 8 semesters

Students attend lectures conducted for the entire year and related exercises and laboratory classes.

During computer labs, each student is provided with a separate computer. Higher-year students use specialized computer labs tailored to the subject of their thesis.

A prerequisite for the engineering degree is the creation, documentation and defense of a team thesis.

After defending an engineering thesis and receiving a diploma, our graduates can continue their studies in a supplementary master's degree program at PJATK in Warsaw.

Engineering bachelor's degree in two modes: full-time - full-time studies (Monday to Friday), lasting 7 semesters, part-time - extramural studies (every two weeks on weekends: Saturday and Sunday), lasting 8 semesters.

During the first semesters, students acquire general academic knowledge and learn about modern technologies and IT tools.

Particular emphasis is placed on practical aspects, especially regarding programming (Java, C/C++, Python, Scala, PHP), databases and design.

We also emphasize the acquisition of teamwork skills in practice, including through the implementation of specific projects. In the 3rd year, students make a choice of specializations: Software Engineering and Databases, Computer Graphics, GameDev, Internet Applications, Computer Systems and Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things.


  • We focus on the implementation of practical classes co-taught by employees of Pomeranian IT companies.
  • We develop the areas and scope of teaching in cooperation with the best companies in the IT market.
  • We focus on teamwork.
  • We are an intimate school, so we can be flexible to the needs of our students, we have an individual approach to each of them.
  • Students co-determine the specializations launched. Depending on students' interests and market trends, we have new specializations to choose from every year
  • For our students, we have a special offer of certified courses organized by the University (CISCO and others).
  • Students at PJATK Gdansk learn about Japanese history and culture and can take advantage of free Japanese language courses.
  • There is an atmosphere of coexistence of different cultures at the university – in addition to the ubiquitous culture of Japan, we can boast of a large group of students from abroad, from Ukraine. Lectures are held in Polish, but there are also courses in Polish for students from abroad.

Faculty authorities

Dean of the Faculty

Marek A. Bednarczyk, Ph.D., professor at PJATK 

Council of the Faculty of Information Technology

dr hab.Marek Bednarczyk, prof. PJATK-chairman

Dr. Anna Nenca

Dr. Marcinkowski, Prof. PJATK

Alexander Denisjuk, Ph.D., professor at PJATK

Dr. Stanislaw Szejko 

Dr. Tadeusz Puźniakowski 

Dr. Elżbieta Puźniakowska - Galuch 

Eng. Michal Hyla 

Anna Łosik, MA

Eng.Antoni Ulenberg

Sylwia Rudzka, MA

Consultative Council of the Faculty of Information Technology

Georgis Bogdanis-Georgis Bogdanis, M.Sc.-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Microsystem

Grzegorz Cysewski -Project & Portfolio Manager PostData S.A.

Pawel Czapiewski-AI& Quality Consultant-Sii Poland, M.Sc.

Piotr Dubiela,M.Sc.-Senior Test Automation Engineer, Kainos

Dr. Wojciech E. Kozlowski-Director, Info Tech sp. j.

Adam Krawiec, Director of the Department of Education and Sports, Marshal's Office of Pomorskie Voivodeship

Rafal Kruczkowski, M.A., CEO of the Next Level Foundation

Marek Kryniewski, M.A., Director, Energy School Complex in Gdansk

Jozef Kubicki, member of the association , "Our Gdansk

Dr. Mateusz Kuszner, CEO , Blast Lab

Rafał Pelc, co-owner of Chronospace Sp. z o.o., Sopot

Małgorzata Płotka, M.Sc., University of Northampton, United Kingdom

Prof. Slawomir T. Wierzchoń, Ph.D ., Institute of Computer Science Foundations of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

The tasks of the Council include advising on the development of scientific and didactic contacts of the Faculty of Informatics of PJATK Branch in Gdansk, adapting study programs to the practical profile, giving opinions on important issues affecting the level of education, advising on educational changes, following up on educational activities, ensuring cooperation between the university and external entities.

What's more?

In addition to the curriculum, PJATK Gdansk organizes workshops, training courses and additional activities that expand the knowledge of students of the Faculty of Computer Science. Thanks to its cooperation with business, the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology is able to offer courses year after year that make the curriculum more attractive and keep students' knowledge up to date with the demands of the labor market.