Information for first-year students, first-degree studies (undergraduate)

Guardian of the Year: Dr Jan Kraszewski

News Study Information Interim

  • Deadline for submission of applications to the DIDIC Secretariat Level changes on one of the lectures: Mathematical Analysis, linear Algebra, admission to mathematics is Monday 18 November, hours. 12:00.
  • Guide for newly accepted students 1. Semester of undergraduate studies. Obligatory reading, please read carefully.
  • Information on OSH training.
  • Student Timetable 1. Semester of undergraduate studies in mathematics.

Read the blog of Prof. Ewa Queens, directed to students of the first year.

Ask a question to the supervisor of the year in the Student forum.


Credit Rules

  1. Decisions about the students and the Year of Mathematics, adopted in October, who end the semester and do not pass at least one of the mandatory items.
  2. Decisions concerning the students of the Year of mathematics who end the SECOND semester and have not fulfilled the conditions for receiving the entry in the THIRD semester.
  3. Ogólnouniwersyteckie rules of foreign languages.

Organisation of Studies

The organization of studies is based on a point system, where a sufficient number of points must be collected to complete the first and second courses for compulsory items and for items that the student chooses. Part of the required number of points students can earn for non-directional items and, with the Dean's permission, for classes at another faculty and university. In addition to the usual academic classes, the offer of studies are also called. It tools and professional courses. Their task is to teach students the tools currently used in it practice, in the practice of economic and financial fields or practical skills useful in the work of the teacher.

Points are obtained by including mandatory items and items that the student selects during the study time. The general principles of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), on which the point system is based, determine the average number of 30 points per semester. To complete first-degree studies, the student should score 171 points. After completing the sixth semester, the student receives an additional 5 ECTS credits for the preparation of the Bachelor's thesis and 4 ects points for the passed diploma exam.

Items for first year students

First semester

  • Mathematical analysis 1 and mathematical analysis and (Roman numeral)
  • Linear Algebra 1 and 1r linear algebra
  • Admission to mathematics and introduction to mathematics R
  • Introduction to the computer lab

Second semester

  • Mathematical Analysis 2 and Mathematical analysis II (roman numeral)
  • Linear algebra 2 and 2r linear algebra
  • Combinatorics and Combinatoryka R
  • Items to choose for the first year

The lectures marked with the letter R more advanced, the lectures without letters are on the standard level. You cannot receive simultaneous points for the same item that has been assigned different levels. Importantly, regardless of whether a student chooses a standard or extended level, they will receive wholesome knowledge and will not have any formal restrictions on subsequent selection of specialties.

Semester Count

To complete the first semester you will earn 25 ECTS credits and include items:

  • Mathematical Analysis 1 (or I),
  • Linear Algebra 1 (or 1r),
  • Introduction to Mathematics or introduction to mathematics R.

To complete the second semester, you must earn at least 54 ECTS credits (including the first semester) and include items:

  • Mathematical Analysis 2 (or II),
  • Linear Algebra 2 (or 2r),
  • Combinatorics or combinatorics R,
  • Introduction to Mathematics or introduction to mathematics R.

Please familiarize yourself with the study program and the credit rules-the terms of the semester are quoted if the above conditions are not met.

Please read first of all when the student is struck from the list of students.

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