Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology (formerly: Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology (Japanese ポ ー ラ ン ド 日本 情報 工科 大学 Pōrando Nihon jōhō kōka daigaku, literally Polish-Japanese information processing university)) - university established in 1994 by the Development Foundation Computer Technicians established on the basis of an agreement between the governments of Poland and Japan in 1993. It was entered into the register of non-state higher education institutions by the decision of the Minister of National Education of November 30, 1994.
PJATK conducts education at undergraduate, engineering, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies. He is authorized to confer the academic degree of doctor of technical sciences in computer science and mechanics, as well as a doctor of fine arts in the discipline of fine arts. As the only private university in Poland, PJATK was authorized to confer the degree of habilitated doctor of technical sciences in the field of computer science.
The university has agreements with 42 universities in Europe and 7 in Japan for student exchange. It also has contracts related to teaching staff and conducting joint research, projects, training and organization of scientific conferences.