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Open Day on January 29

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Come to find out why to study informatics at our faculty on the Open Day on Wednesday, January 29 from 9:00 to 16:00. You will have the opportunity to meet both teachers and students and find out what the study at our faculty really is. The presentations about the bachelor, master, and doctoral study programme are waiting for you. You can also visit the presentation stands of branches and student clubs. There are also prepared tours of the faculty premises including laboratories and the National Library of Technology.

More about Open Day ond Jan. 29

Open Admissions

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If you want to study Informatics at our faculty, you can start by filling out an electronic application form by April 20. Those interested in the Bachelor programme are admitted if they are successful participants of competitions/olympiads or pass the mathematics test and interview in English. Applicants can be admitted to the Master programme without an entrance examination if in the 2019/2020 academic year they have completed the FIT BDSP Informatics. Others must pass the informatics test and interview in English.

Details of admissions for bachelors and admissions for masters

FIT Students Motivate Millions to Be Fit

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The FIT students, Martin Mazanec and Matouš Skála, created the start-up Fitify Workouts. Their new applications make personal workout plans and guide the user through individual workouts with video. The application has recently been successful in the AppParade mobile app competition. Last year, they created 18 million workout plans that burned a total of 2.4 billion calories. So far, they have been able to reach over 8 million users, catching up with the global competition.

Two Doctoral Degrees in One Study

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The Faculty of Information Technology has entered into partnership in science and research with the University of Antwerp. It culminated in the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on June 6. Thanks to the unique Doctoral Double Degree Programme, students with the software engineering specialisation can now graduate from both universities. The partner universities recognise the selected subjects of the study programme, and the study plan is designed to meet the requirements for awarding a diploma from both the home and the Belgian university.

Press release on collaboration with the University of Antwerp (only in Czech)



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