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Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology (PJAIT) is one of the best non-state institutions of higher education in Poland, often praised by employers, students and the media. It was founded in 1994 on the basis of a bilateral agreement between the governments of Poland and Japan. It places special emphasis on the curriculum, which is continuously reviewed and updated to meet the requirements of the job market, widely accepted academic standards, both Polish and European, advancements in computer science and its applications. PJAIT has the right to grant bachelor, engineer, master and doctoral degrees in science and art. As one of four privately-owned universities, it confers a PhD degree.

Its educational offer includes studies in Computer Science, Information Management, Art and Design, Interior Design and Culture of Japan.

PJAIT focuses on practical skills. Owing to that the  students and graduates do not have problems finding a job. They are well equipped to work in many areas in which the practical knowledge of IT is the prerequisite. PJAIT employs outstanding specialists, researchers and academic teachers from Poland and other countries as well.

Students of all faculties can use excellent facilities, such as modern IT and graphic design laboratories. PJAIT organizes also numerous meetings with scientists, artists, IT companies representatives and future employers. PJAIT supports students scientific research and interests. There are numerous special-interest groups and sports clubs.

Under cooperation agreements, PJAIT students and teaching staff can take part in foreign exchange programmes. PJAIT has intercollegiate exchanges within LLP Erasmus programme with 31 universities (e.g. Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy).

The school offers an extensive system of scholarships. Students are obliged to participate in an internship programme and the best among them have an opportunity to get a placement with internationally-recognized companies. Studies in PJAIT guarantee interesting and well-paid jobs in the future. They are an investment in the future professional success.

The School campus is located in centre of Warsaw and comprises a library with a reading room, dormitory, a bookshop, a bar and its own publishing house.

 PJAIT has a well-developed system of student support, which allows students from families with modest income to study at the Institute. There are also special allowances and grants  whose aim is to motivate the best students to undertake research in their chosen fields.


Those wishing to study in English should possess the command of the language confirmed by either the Extended Matura, IB or a relevant certificate (at the B2 level in General English or B1 in English for Special Purposes - Business or IT). In the case of absence of a document, we reserve the right to verify the candidate's level of proficiency by means of a test or an interview.

No IELTS required.

Full-time undergraduate studies

Candidates for full-time studies should have Certificate of completion of secondary education (A-levels or equivalent) with passed mathematics or physics or informatics.

Full-time postgraduate studies

·        Full-time (day/evening) 3-semester studies Graduates of PJAIT or other schools who have completed minimum 7-semester undergraduate studies and have an Engineer (inzynier) degree.

·        Full-time (day/evening) 4-semester studies Aimed at graduates of 6-semesters undergraduate studies who have a BSc (bachelor) degree.

·        PhD  

·        Those who hold a Master’s Degree or any equivalent title received based on separate regulations are eligible for admission to doctoral studies.

·        The candidate for doctoral studies must submit the following documents to the PJATK

·        Candidates for doctoral studies in IT are admitted based on the documents evaluated by the qualification committee.

·        A qualified student signs a contract with PJATK.

1st-degree (Undergraduate) studies:

Interior Design - Faculty of New Media Arts

Graphic Design - Faculty of New Media Arts

Computer Science - Faculty of Information Technology

Culture Studies - Faculty of Language and Culture of Japan

Management - Faculty of Information Management


2nd-degree studies(Postgraduate )

 MA in Graphic Design - Faculty of New Media Arts

MSc in Computer Science - Faculty of Information Technology

MSc  in Social Informatics - Faculty of Information Technology

There are many different options for arranging student accommodation in Poland. They vary depending on the city and higher education institution you choose. Many Polish HEIs have their own dormitories, which are usually the cheapest option available. However, most Polish students prefer to rent a room in a private apartment.

Student houses and dormitories

The pricing of the student houses depends on the particular HEI. Usually the cost of accommodation in a dormitory ranges is around EUR 60-80 monthly for a shared room and between EUR 100-150 for a single room. However, the standard of the dormitories may differ greatly even between various student houses of the same HEI, so it’s good to do some research before the final decision. What doesn’t differ is the friendly and helpful atmosphere in the student houses.

Private housing

It is quite common in Poland to rent a room in a bigger apartment. Most of the out-of-town students share flats in this way. The cost varies between cities and it depends greatly on the location of the apartment as well as the size and quality of the room. The monthly rent is usually between EUR 150 and 200. Some landlords may require a deposit of a similar amount. Don’t worry if you don’t have friends to live with. Sharing a flat with locals is an amazing opportunity: you can pay for the accommodation and get great friends for free! And if you really don’t like to share, you can find an independent apartment. The rent for the smallest, one-room apartment starts from about EUR 300 (in Warsaw).

There are a number of scholarships available within the limits defined in bilateral  agreements.

They are financed either by the Polish or the foreign partner’s government, often with the aim to enhance exchange within a specific field of study.

The amount of a scholarship depends on the type of study undertaken.

It is also advisable to check with local authorities if they have a scholarship programme that includes studies in Poland.

  1. PhD students are eligible to apply for: scholarships within the framework of financial support for students, minister’s scholarship, as well as doctoral scholarship for the 30% top PhD students.

Quick Facts





Ranges around 1280 Zolty (local currency ) to 1430 Zolty per moth.


It really depends on the lifestyle that you choose. Accommodation and living costs can vary between PLN 1500 – 2500 (PLN/Zloty is the local currency) per month covering rent, food, local transport (and even the occasional party).



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Poland, 02-008, Warsaw, Koszykowa, 86

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