The University of Social Sciences and Humanities decided to broaden the offer of studies, entering into the field of new technologies and digital skills. The new course in Psychology and Information Technology, of which Coders Lab has become a partner, aims to educate specialists combining analytical, technological and IT competences with social skills and understanding of psychological processes. Students will be able to choose from two specialties - UX Research & Design and Artificial Intelligence - Psychology of Artificial Intelligence. The studies in Psychology and Computer Science have a practical profile.
Coders Lab is the biggest coding bootcamp in Central and Eastern Europe. The company focuses on adapting its educational offer to the market in order to enable its clients to make a real career change in the shortest possible time. The number of its graduates has already reached over 5000 people. Over 80 percent of them have found a job in IT.
Experts and trainers from Coders Lab have co-created the Psychology and IT program and will conduct selected programming classes for students. Coders Lab will also take part in an internship program for graduates of this faculty. The launch of the Psychology and Information Technology course is just the beginning of cooperation between Coders Lab and SWPS.
- It is our mission to ensure that well researched and designed digital innovations serve the human beings and improve the quality of life. We are glad that Coders Lab, one of the largest and most experienced programming schools in Poland, is starting cooperation with us on this project. Its activities will also concern the development of other fields of study, which in the future will appear in the University's offer - says Kinga Nowacka, Marketing and Recruitment Director of University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
- I am very happy for our mutual cooperation. We have prepared two dedicated courses - Technology Trends and Web Development. We want to convey knowledge about how the surrounding reality will change and how this knowledge can be used in practice - says Marcin Tchórzewski, President and founder of Coders Lab.