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From the beginning, the University of Information Technology and Management’s philosophy has been to provide quality educational programs geared to serve those seeking a solid foundation in knowledge and skills to be competitive in the job market and to obtain successful employment involving the application of space-age information technologies.
Both faculty members: lecturers and research fellows as well as seconded staff put much effort into sustaining high, international teaching and research standards. The constant analysis of market demands together with highly flexible organizational structure of the University allows us to evaluate and update our teaching and research profile not only to provide students with up-to-date, reliable and quality knowledge but also to strengthen our responsiveness to market requirements and opportunities.
A diverse and attractive teaching and research program, the application of the most advanced information technologies, intensive foreign language courses, all supported by the modern infrastructure make the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow the place where there is a wealth of talent among the faculty and students. Bearing in mind the expanding process of globalization and Poland’s accession to the European Union, all our initiatives aim at preparing students for performing social functions in a responsible and competent way in Poland, in other markets in Europe and around the world.
The most recent development of the campus is the Centre for International Education.
The principal idea of establishing the centre was to promote intercultural exchange and international initiatives. The edifice is ideal for organizing international conferences and meetings due to its state-of-the-art equipment, which comprises 17 specialist laboratories, i.a.:
Software Engineering Laboratory;
Laboratory of Virtual Reality and Image Processing;
Laboratory of Computer graphics and Digital Art;
CISCO Systems Laboratory;
Sun Microsystems Laboratory;
Laboratory of Parallel Processing Architecture and Parallel Programming;
Laboratory of Acoustic and Audio Processing;
Laboratory of Data Warehousing Techniques – Information Repository;
Laboratory of Automatics and Robotics.
One of the most interesting solutions available in the Centre is a state-of-the-art 3D Cave in the Laboratory of Virtual Reality and Image Processing. In order to use the cave, one has to wear 3D glasses. The user sees a 3D image generated by computers, which creates virtual reality inside the cave.
The other innovative solution in the Centre is Financial Laboratory which simulates stock exchange and stock broker workplace. The laboratory is on of the first initiatives in the Central- East Europe. The lab is equipped with 24 computer terminals, each with two screens.
The Centre is also equipped with a back-up, videoconference and interpreting audio system, as well as Wi-Fi.
The Centre is disabled accessible. All laboratories are equipped with tools for blind people, such as monitors and Braille printers.