|Study location||Poland, Gliwice|
|Nominal duration||3,5 roku / 7 semestrów (210 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€2,300 per semester
Tuition fee (2300€) for 1st semester (2200€) for each subsequent semester
|Application fee||€20 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Secondary School Certificate with the transcript of records with grades in Maths and Physics.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Polish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
English language (proficiency at level B2 by CEFR scale or equivalent)
Document stating that candidate’s diploma allows to take up the second cycle studies in the country of issue (if such a statement is not already written on that certificate).
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
This course will be open under condition that will be group of 25 students.
The documents should be legalized or be marked with an apostille
Graduates has knowledge from area of design methods, engineering computations, materials processing technologies, investigations methods and IT techniques assisting design, manufacturing and maintenance of machines. Graduates can use knowledge from the area of mechanics, strength of materials and materials selection using the contemporary computational tools, and management of the design process. They also have the fundamental knowledge from area of the pro-ecological technologies and integrated environment systems
This field of study is based on the Polish Mechanics and Machine Design programme. Modifications involve merging selected courses into modules so that the study program is more compact.
The study program includes (not limited) the following modules:
• Maths, Physics, Statistics and other base courses,
• IT module (information technology, programming etc.),
• Module of technical courses (algorithms and data structures, numerical methods, computer simulations, CAD/CAM/CAE systems),
• Automation and robotics,
• Metallurgy, Welding and Materials engineering,
• Engineering mid-project (last semester).
Graduates from Mechanical Engineering:
• shall find jobs in companies dealing with design, manufacturing and exploitation of machinery, e.g. in design offices, and connected with production planning and automation of technological processes;
• shall possess the wide knowledge and skills in metallurgy, materials science, machining, joining technologies, engineering designing, automation, plant management, quality management and other related areas;
• shall be well-prepared to take up post-graduate studies leading to the Master’s degree – the faculty offers several proposals in English.
The sooner you start the visa procedure, the more likely you are to receive a visa on time.