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Key Info
  • Study mode


  • Duration

    3.5 years

  • Language


  • Tuttion fee

    2500€ per year

  • Apply date


  • Start date


Program description

As a graduate of Computer Science, you will have comprehensive education making you capable of working in the whole area of computer science and information technology. You will acquire practical knowledge, using modern computers equipped with Intel Core i7 processors, RAM 12 GB, efficient video cards and 27″ LCD monitors. Depending on the type of a course, computers operate under the systems: Windows XP, Windows 7 Professional or Linux (various distributions). We also have a laboratory for learning computer assembly, design and construction of computer networks. We offer full-time and part time studies.

We will prepare you for work in:

  • IT companies manufacturing and developing software,
  • as a computer graphics designer, analyst, programmer of computer games (also educational ones),
  • administration institutions implementing or using computer systems,
  • labour market institutions,
  • hospitals and other healthcare institutions,
  • modern research and development centres and higher education institutions,
  • as an operator and administrator of computer systems, software designer, administrator and designer of computer networks
  • as a manager and member of IT project team.


  • Design and Operation of IT Systems

Graduates of this specialization have skills to design, program and operate information systems. They have the ability to design and build multilayer business applications which use databases.

Databases, Warehouses and Data Analysis

Students of this specialization get thorough knowledge of modern relational and non-relational databases. Students get to know what Data Warhouses are how to use them. Morover they learn how to work in BigData field and use Business Intelligence techniques.

  • Internet Systems

Students who choose this specialization get to know how to create front-end and back-end of web applications. They also get to know the cloud computing and find out what the Internet of Things is and how to use it.

  • Mobile Systems

Students of this specialization learn how to design and develop applications for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets using the most popular operating systems: Android, iOS, Windows. Students also get to know secrets of system integration and usage of network services.

  • IT Management

Students of this specialization obtain knowledge regarding elements of design, programming and specialized usage of information systems in various areas of management. The course discusses problems related to the implementation and operation of information systems, as well as, data protection. Students learn about issues related to modern computer decision supporting and forecasting tools, with particular emphasis on the artificial intelligence and expert systems tools.

  • Graphic and Computer Games Design

Graduates are prepared to work in areas in which it is important to combine IT with knowledge in the fields of graphic design, modeling, image processing, design and implementation of games and computer simulations. Graduates of the specialization have knowledge and skills in the field of computer graphics techniques, internet technologies and methods of multimedia information processing as well as IT tools supporting the design process. Specialization subjects prepare graduates to work on projects requiring knowledge of theories, methods and tools of creating graphics and animations.

  • Cybersecurity and Investigative IT

The aim of the studies is to familiarize the participants with the problems of security of computer networks, systems and applications. At the same time students acquire knowledge in the field of cyber security. The growing number of threats faced by computer users and crimes committed in cyberspace with the use of various IT devices, increases the demand for specialists who have the knowledge of securing, collecting and analyzing data from devices and networks.

  • Computer Networks

Students of Computer Networks specialization gain knowledge in the field of designing, building and administrating the computer networks. Students also learn how to configure, operate and administrate network operating systems.

It is worth studying Computer Science at our College! Advantages of the programme:

  • Computer Science at WSPA is based on teaching practical competence using modern computers equipped with Intel Core i7 processors, RAM 12 GB, efficient video cards and 27″ LCD monitors. Depending on the type of a course, computers operate under the systems: Windows XP, Windows 7 Professional or Linux (various distributions). We also have a laboratory for learning computer assembly, design and construction of computer networks.
  • Modern laboratories: each computer is equipped with Pentium 4 processor by Intel, RAM 1024 MB, gigabit network interface card and 17” LCD monitor! Depending on the type of a course, computers operate under the systems: Windows XP, Windows 7 Professional or Linux (various distributions)! Additional laboratory for learning computer assembly, design and construction of computer networks!
  • Free applications (MSDN AA) – This program enables legal and free use of most Microsoft software on PCs, for educational purposes, by students and lecturers of WSPA!
  • he study programme is covered by the EU project “Era inżyniera”, within which students take part – free of charge – in additional courses in mathematics and physics!
  • Possibility of participating in the series of training courses organized by WSPA, e.g. on the following subjects: “Competences, communication, self-presentation on the labour market”!; “Personal development, career, labour market”!; “How to increase your value on the labour market”!
  • Education adapted to the National Qualifications Framework! Possibility of participating in the Erasmus programme!
  • Computer Science students take an active part in scientific conferences. Participation is co-financed by WSPA.
  • Students take part in free training courses in self-presentation and job interview organized in the College.
  • Activity of the Scientific Association of Computer Science students. Cooperation with IT companies.
  • Job fairs.
  • Participation in specialist training courses in 3D graphics. The training courses are free of charge, organized by WSPA and confirmed with a certificate.
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How To Apply For STUDENT VISA To Poland?

Anyone wanting to study in Poland can apply for a student visa and fill some requirements for admission in Polish universities.

Nationals belonging to EU countries will need to have a travel document for studying in Poland. Non-EU nationals, on the other hand, will need to apply for the Poland Visa through referring to the relevant authority. This means you will only need to apply for a student visa for Poland if you do not belong to the EU countries.

For getting a Poland visa for study purposes, you will need to submit the following documents at Poland consulate in your country:

  • ⦁ Signed and filled in visa application form with 3 passport size photographs
  • ⦁ Passport valid up to a minimum of three months from date of arrival in the country
  • ⦁ Letter of acceptance from the Polish institute
  • ⦁ Receipt of the first-semester fee paid in full
  • ⦁ Short student CV
  • ⦁ Relevant certificates
  • ⦁ Written proof of your understanding and proficiency in the English Language
  • ⦁ An appropriate bank statement showing sufficient financial standing for your stay in Poland
  • ⦁ Medical insurance
  • ⦁ Application fee for visa
  • ⦁ Proof of student accommodation in the country
  • ⦁ Documents for travel

Moreover, a secondary education certificate is needed to get a Poland student visa for an undergraduate degree. For postgraduate studies, you will be required to present an undergraduate diploma equivalent to the Polish undergraduate degree.

Can You Work In Poland With Student Visa?

Yes, you can work in Poland with a student visa if you are an international student. As long as a student is registered in an institute, he/she has the right to work in the country.

However, it is necessary for the students belonging to non-EU countries to get a residency permit first.

Is IELTS Required For Poland Student Visa?

Unlike most European countries, Poland does not demand an international student to pass an IELTS or TOEFL exam for studying in Polish universities.

However, the individual will need to present a proof to show his/her understanding of the English Language. For example, a certification that shows the individual has taken a course in English or some university will check English by Skype or Zoom.

How Much Bank Balance Is Required For Poland Student Visa?

An average of 7,000 USD is required as bank balance in the name of the applicant who wishes to study in Poland. This amount is excluded from the tuition fees, living charges, and visa application fee for the individual applying for the Poland student visa.

How Long Does It Take To Get A Student Visa To Poland?

The usual time range of getting a student visa to Poland is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 30 days. However, the maximum time is implied only in exceptional cases.

How Much Percentage Is Required To Study In Poland?

Generally speaking, the minimum score for applying for higher education in Poland is 50%. However, the percentage might vary in some universities. In rare cases, some universities will require an IELTS score of 5.5 or 6.

So, now you know how to apply for a Poland student visa? Given all this information, we hope this article has helped you in acquiring some essential points related to study in Poland as an international student.

Work Permit

Many international students studying abroad want to work to support their expenses. However, it is not easy to do since most countries restrict the individual having a student visa to get a work permit first or do not allow the student to work at all.

Poland ranks among the few European countries which frees an international student of this formality. No international student needs to get a work permit to do a job in Poland. That means even a Non-EU international student can continue to live in Poland after the completion of a full-time degree without needing any work permit.

What Kinds Of Jobs Can You Do In Poland As A Student?

As an international student, you can do different kinds of jobs ranging from part-time to full-time.

Part-time jobs include native language teaching, in which you can teach different people any language course such as German, English, and others. Other opportunities available include jobs in the IT sector, call centers, salesmanship, and similar sectors.

Can International Students Work In Poland During Study?

In cases where a foreigner wants to work in Poland.

However, it is essential to note that you are exempt from this condition if you are an international student and hold a student visa for Poland. This applies to students belonging to both EU and Non-EU countries.

The Government of Poland has made it feasible for students staying in Poland to work part-time as well as full-time without any restriction while they are studying at any Polish university.

Is it easy to get part-time job in Poland?

Yes, you can easily find a part-time job in Poland as the country has a stable economy with abundant work opportunities. Availability of these jobs varies from city to city, with more advanced cities having more population having more opportunities, and vice versa for countryside areas.

How Much Can You Earn In Poland?

Depending on the skills you have as a student and the location you are residing in, your pay varies. For example, your net salary can be as high as 3000 PLN if you are a computer student and have landed in an IT sector job. You can also do a part-time job in a franchise; let's say McDonald's, and around 14 PLN an hour.

How many hours a student can work in Poland? Working full-time is not recommended as the routine can go tough for a full-time student, so it is better to work as a part-time student in the country. However, the working hours limit is not set, and it is up to your choice of how much you want to work while staying in Poland.

So, can foreign students work in Poland while study? Yes, they can.