The Strategic Plan of the ICS (2021–2028)
Teaching and Education
1.1 ICS will become an essential part of the MU educational environment, focusing on IT professional education, advanced data management, and education in cybersecurity.
Key Results and Indicators
1.i ICS is perceived as the expert workplace actively sharing its experience.
1.ii ICS offers lectures, individual courses, and larger educational blocks within the university and external interested parties or institutions.
1.iii ICS provides students with internships and opportunities for active involvement in developing and administering the ICT infrastructure and data in research in strategic areas, including participation in the preparation of policies and background for Open Science.
1.iv ICS employees conduct Bachelor’s and Master’s theses, mainly, but not exclusively, for students of the Faculty of Informatics (the widest possible coverage of research and IT professional areas).
1.v ICS offers and expands specific IT education for the public, public and private sectors, focusing on cybersecurity, IT infrastructure, and core IT and scientific services.
Tools for Achieving Strategic Objectives
1.a ICS will become the guarantor of the IT part of the core university courses and will take care of the digital competencies of students, MU staff, and participants in lifelong learning courses in cooperation with other parts of MU.
1.b ICS will cooperate more closely in teaching digital competencies with the private sector and other non-academic institutions.
1.c Continuous communication with study program guarantors, specifically in professional IT specialization, regarding the possibilities of internships, final thesis topics, and cooperation on specific lectures or parts thereof.
1.d Targeted support of modern approaches in teaching over the top infrastructure and providing appropriate facilities and services, including support of various forms of distance learning (digital simulation, virtual experiments, etc.).