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School of Media & IT

We are passionate about technology, and encourage our students to seek answers through exploration, creative challenges and problem solving. Industry standards are deeply embedded in all PCU programmes, meaning graduates are ready to enter the world of work straightaway. With small class sizes and regular collaboration on projects, you'll soon discover your individual strengths within a team.

Ultimately, you'll push beyond knowledge, developing adaptable skills and focusing on advanced career progression with an elevated level of professionalism.

School of Media & IT

School of Media & IT offers following British accredited programmes:

Screening of Final Projects at Bio OKO Cinema
BA (Hons) Creative Media Production
Creative Media Production
School of Media & IT
Mini Conference

Beyond the Classroom

Computing & IT Mini Conference keeps students up to date on the latest global trends in IT.

Creative Media Production graduate screenings are held annually at one of Prague's famous art cinemas, more recently at Bio Oko and previously, Kino Pilotu. The students organise, promote and host this public film event to showcase their final projects.

Workshops offer additional knowledge and deep dive discussions on areas areas such as streaming, cloud storage, social networking, and smart homes, including understanding their limits and associated costs.

Public Seminar on Dialogue. Such classes allow students to consider, on a deeper level, questions such as how our perception of space has changed with the advent of mapping and navigation technology.

Programmes encourage exploration, creative thinking and teamwork to discover solutions for complex tasks.

Web Design and Development tutorial. Students receive individual attention and support from lecturers.

Meet the Dean of the School of Media & IT

Veronika Douchová

Mgr. Veronika Douchová Ph.D.

Veronika is Dean of the School of Media & IT, with research and pedagogical interests in mathematics and its application in IT, as well as adult pedagogy and current trends in teaching delivery. She studied Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, and continued with her Ph.D. at the Department of Logic at the Faculty of Arts, both at Charles University.

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Latest News from the School of Media & IT

Faculty Research & Projects

Towards an Ontology for the lotReq UML Profile

In September, Dr Bettaz Programme Leader for Computing gave the keynote address at Amity Institute of Information Technology’s International Conference on Reliability, Infocom Technologies & Optimization (ICRITO).

Dr Bettaz’ keynote address was based on joint work undertaken with Mourad Maouche. The pair investigated software engineering difficulties in producing consistent rigorous specifications that adequately reflect users’ requirements for complex systems.

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Alumni Profiles

Rajmond Berisha

Rajmond Berisha

Originally from the Republic of Kosovo, Rajmond chose PCU to deepen his IT knowledge and to earn a British-accredited qualification; he has now successfully achieved his Master's in Computing. During his time at PCU, Rajmond, together with fellow students, worked on the Underground City XXI Project, programming and constructing a multi-user platform with the use of game engines. This practice-based project enabled him to test his core specializations and fully prepare him for professional scenarios. Raymond currently works as Lead Engineer for EmbedIT, a software company that creates and develops financial verification, management and payment tracking systems for business.


Petr Roudenský

Petr graduated with distinction from PCU’s MSc Computing programme and in addition won the prestigious Dean’s Award from Teesside University, our academic partner in the UK. His project was deemed outstanding work scoring the highest academic record according to Teesside University's School of Computing. Petr has gone on to share his knowledge and is the author of three books on computing including ‘Kvalita softwaru: teorie a praxe’ (Quality of software in theory and practice).

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