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MScMechanical Engineering - Materials Technology for Automotive Industry

Tuition fee €1,600.00 per semester

Tuition fee (1600€) for 1st semester (1500€) for each subsequent semester

ATTENTION: If you are an EU citizen who wants to study under the same regulations as Polish citizen (for free, but based on grades ranking) then you need to apply via the SOREK system. To go to SOREK please click -> HERE

Application fee €20.00 one-time
More information

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Overview

The graduates will possess the broad knowledge and skills in the manufacturing technologies like casting, metalworking, heat treatment, surface engineering and others. Thanks to that they will find the job in various automotive-oriented companies all around the world. The SUT is located near the Katowice Special Economic Zone where operate tens of such companies. There is still lack of engineers in the fields covered by this study. Several well-known automotive industry suppliers like Cosma Casting, Teksid Iron Poland, Brembo, Nemak Poland, Ficosa and others as well as cars producers (mostly GM Poland in Gliwice) offer a lot of opportunities for students to develop their skills during the study and then very attractive workplaces.


Presentation of specialisation

If you are interested in the most modern knowledge and skills inside the materials designing and manufacturing technologies focused on the automotive industry, this offer is for you! The recruited students will be the participants of the EU co-financed project, so lot of additional benefits will appear for example: Polish language intensive course for foreigners, English intensive course if necessary, cultural and touristic activities, summer school and many others. For students from abroad there is a Ministry stipend offered to cover the accommodation and living expenses high enough to manage stay in Poland.

Programme structure

Subjects of the specialisation

• Metallurgy for casting and welding engineers
• Quality control systems, castings defects
• Laser welding technologies
• Computer modelling of welding processes
• Casting alloys for castings in automotive industry
• Pressure casting processes
• Automatic moulding lines
• Metal forming in the automotive industry
• Management and quality systems in automotive industry
• Modern technologies of tailoring the structure and properties of engineering materials
• Design, manufacturing and processing of polymer materials and composites
• Surface engineering
• Precise casting
• Project management in automotive industry

Career opportunities

The project is entitled: „The specialty ‘Materials Technology for Automotive Indystry’ as a key for the future career in the international automotive sector” under the grant No. POWR.03.03.00-00-IP.08-00-MPK/16.

Apply now! Spring semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Dec 15, 2017 23:59
Europe/Warsaw time
Studies commence
Feb 20, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States