Another new course of post-graduate studies has been created in cooperation with a local leader in the IT industry.
The labor market in the IT sector in Białystok needs qualified workers - as do many other places in Poland. Nationwide data also confirm the information concerning the regional market. It is currently estimated that Poland is lacking approx. 50 thousand information scientists, mainly programmers.[caption id="attachment_3093" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Lecturers from the SoftwareHut: Kamil Mijacz, Piotr Tarasiuk, Karol Rogowski, Przemysław Wiszowaty, Łukasz Muszyński[/caption]
Facing and satisfying market demand
Theory and practice
The curriculum of the studies is oriented towards a practical approach – every graduate will have no problem with finding employment at regional software developers. The practical approach is also realized through classes with experienced programmers. The employees of one of the leaders in modern IT technologies in Białystok, the SoftwareHut company, belonging to the technological TenderHut Group, have become involved in the initiative. Five of them will teach classes in this course of studies. – Public appearances are not new to our employees. Thanks to the SoftwareHut Speaking initiative, presenting practical knowledge in the field of programming has become second nature for our specialists – Robert Strzelecki, CEO of SoftwareHut, says with a smile. – Such initiatives are developmental for all parties, for the university, for us as a private enterprise, and for the listeners of the course themselves. Such collaboration can only bring mutual benefit – adds Strzelecki.
Enrollment already underway