Information for prospective incoming students

(Information for outgoing students: see Polish version of the page)

Visit the pages of the International Office at University of Wrocław for general information about available student exchange programs. We encourage students to participate in the Erasmus+ program:

https://international.uni.wroc.pl/en/llp-erasmus-studies

At the Institute of Computer Science the curriculum is updated each year in late June/July, before the new academic year starts in October. We usually offer a number of courses in English that are also available to exchange students.

In the academic year 2019/20 the following courses will be taught in English:

Autumn semester

Spring semester

In the academic year 2017/18 the following courses have been taught in English:

Autumn semester

  • Computational Photography
  • Practical Software Development
  • Principles of Programming Languages
  • Seminar: Program Certification in Coq
  • Sieci neuronowe i Deep Learning/Neural Networks and Deep Learning

Spring semester

  • Algorytmy na grafach planarnych/Algorithms for Planar Graphs
  • Automated Verification (first quarter course)
  • Computer Vision and Photogrammetry
  • Deductive Verification (second quarter course)
  • Games, Automata, Logics, and Formal Verification
  • Graph Databases
  • Realistyczna grafika komputerowa/Photorealistic Computer Graphics

On request, some of the other courses can be taught in English as well. Current computer science curriculum is available here (in Polish): https://zapisy.ii.uni.wroc.pl/courses/

If you have any questions about the Erasmus+ programme please contact Computer Science Erasmus Coordinator Andrzej Łukaszewski no later than in June for the autumn semester, or December for the spring semester.

You can also contact Małgorzata Biernacka for information on the computer science curriculum.

Information for accepted students

Before the semester starts please contact your Erasmus Coordinator and decide your course schedule based on the current curriculum. Then visit the Dean's office to complete the formalities and to get your student ID. You need to enroll to the courses via the electronic USOS system during the first month of a semester. You can ask for assistance at the Dean's office (it is located in the building of the Institute of Computer Science, ground floor).