Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Professional Qualification: Bachelor of Informatics
Mode of Study: full-time, part-time
Length of Study: 4 years
The students of Applied Informatics receive theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of Mathematics, Programming languages, Applications Development, Algorithms and Data Structures, Operating and Embedded Systems, Databases, Computer Networks and Communications, Computer Architectures, etc. They study new technologies for the design and development of desktop and mobile applications, programming and object-oriented programming in the C ++, C # and Java languages, databases and database analysis and design, network programming, the Internet of Things, web applications, artificial intelligence, multimedia technologies, etc.
The students develop skills required for designing, testing and technical provisioning of software applications. Students learn the organizing principles and foundations for information organization and its functional presentation; they master how to programme and design finished software products, they acquire knowledge how to seek genuine design solutions as well as to develop state-of-the-art software products at European and global level.
Practical Training and Internship:
Specialized practice is provided, as a part of the curriculum, as well as practical training in IT companies. The students can complete internships abroad under the Erasmus + programme. They can also enrol in the clubs for Programming and Robotics, the Academy for talents in programming,etc. Students are given the opportunity to obtain international certification for system administrators within the CISCO academy at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering.
The Erasmus+ programme provides opportunities for the students to receive a grant and study abroad at our partner universities in Germany, Portugal, Poland, The Czech Republic, Greece, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
The graduates of the Bachelor Programme in Applied Informatics can design and develop desktop and mobile applications, verify developed software products, design and program Internet of Things devices; they can work in software companies or start their own business, as well as realize their full potential in all areas where computers and information systems are used. Other possible realization for them is the research work or teaching.
Admission of Bulgarian students in the Bachelor Programme in Applied Informatics is based on their matriculation exam grades or entrance exam grades.
Admission of international students is based on their secondary education diploma allowing them access to higher education in their country of origin.