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Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology

3.9 out of 5 (18 ratings / 17 reviews) Warsaw, Poland
Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology 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.

Bachelor's programmes

Computer Science & IT (1)

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History

PJAIT was set up in 1994 as Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology (PJIIT) or Polsko - Japo´nska Wyzsza Szkola Technik Komputerowych (PJWSTK), by the Foundation for the Development of Computer Techniques which implemented the agreement between the goverments of Poland and Japan of 1993.

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Student Reviews

A mix of technical subjects and humanities.
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

I do really like. My major is a mix of technical subjects and humanities, which is perfect for someone, who enjoys doing both or haven't yet decided which path to choose.

Young boy from Buram
Anonymous rated 1 out of 5 stars

I studies in that university but due to political criscis of Burma I want to study in Europe

PJATK
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

A school that offers very forward-looking courses. Contact with the lecturers is easy. You can learn a lot of useful business skills.

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