Academics
Erasmus+
Welcome to the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics Erasmus+ programme!
Coming to Bialystok to study mathematics or informatics with Erasmus+ is a great chance to develop your academic skills and boost your professional career, but also to meet new friends, learn a new language and immerse yourself in a new fascinating culture. The list of mathematics and informatics courses offered to international students is presented below. General information
Courses in English offered for Erasmus+ students
Winter semester
- Linear Algebra I
- Mathematical Analysis I
- Elementary Mathematics: proseminar
- Elementary Number Theory
- Elements of Logic and Set Theory
- Introduction to Graph Theory
- Algebra I
- Review of Application Software
- Mathematical Analysis III
- Topology
- Elements of Cryptography and Coding Theory (Graduate course)
- Probability Calculus I
- Affine and Projective Geometry
- Numerical Methods (Graduate course)
- Mathematical Statistics (Graduate course)
- Probability Theory (Graduate course)
- Introduction to Structural Programming
- Databases
- Advanced Programming
- Algorithms and Data Structures
Summer semester
- Linear Algebra II
- Mathematical Analysis II
- Combinatorics
- Mathematical Analysis IV
- Game Theory
- Rudiments of Geometry
- Algebra II
- Elements of the History of Modern Mathematics^{*}
- Elements of the History of Ancient Mathematics^{*}
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Numerical Methods
- Probability Calculus II
- Stochastic Processes (Graduate course)
- Difference and Differential Equations (Graduate course)
- Game Theory (Graduate course)
- Elements of Finance and Accounting (Graduate course)
- Discrete Mathematics
- Introduction to Object-oriented Programming
- Internet Programming
- Network Technologies
^{*} To choose from: modern or ancient mathematics.
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