The Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications of the Poznan University of Technology received support from the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) for the development of a 3-semester 2nd degree program on Cybersecurity within the Strategic Partnership initiative.
The study program will be implemented within the framework of the European University EUNICE and will be available to all students of the partner universities of the consortium. The funds will be used for the preparation and adaptation of teaching materials, mainly related to laboratory classes, which are expected to be executed in hybrid form.
Partner Universities involved in the whole process are: Poznan University of Technology, Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg and University of Catania
The leader of the project is Prof. Mariusz Głąbowski, vice-dean for the Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunication of the Poznan University of Technology.
This is another important step in the internationalization of the teaching process, which aims at connecting groups of students from different parts of Europe in an interactive way and eliminating the limitations of the traditional model.