University of Technology
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
3 semesters - 1.5 years (including Master thesis writing)
Tuition fee: 
The tuition fee in the academic year 2016/2017 is 4200 EUR per year plus admission fee 75 PLN
Degree awarded: 
MSc degree/diploma
Scholarships available: 
Yes, especially Stanislaw Staszic Scholarship
Application deadline: 
Friday, 27 January, 2017
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 27 February, 2017
Credits (ECTS): 
For the second-cycle magister inżynier [master of science] degree programme – 90 ECTS credits.
Admission requirements: 


  • on the basis applicable to Polish nationals: HERE
  • on the basis of the Rector’s decision: HERE



  • English language: HERE
  • Polish language: HERE

Mechatronic Engineering: Mechatronic Design

Designing mechatronic products requires a dedicated approach including: interdisciplinary design, market related constraints, multifunctionality, user-friendly operation and minimization of the cost of the whole product operation period. Thus designers who create mechatronic products should possess comprehensive interdisciplinary knowledge, ability to co-operate in an interdisciplinary designing team as well as team management skills of how to use the up-to-date tools of computer aided engineering. Additionally, the should know how to schedule and carry out the prototyping of mechatronic systems.

Mechatronic Design is based on a project oriented type of studying, including co-operation in project teams. Such approach leads to better understanding of specific nature of mechatronic design process and to learn techniques of how to solve interdisciplinary design problems. During the study each student will take part in a project focused on the design and prototyping of a mechatronic product.

The study program consists of courses on design of mechanical, electronic and control systems, as well as techniques of software and hardware application. During the classes students learn how to use dedicated software tools as well as testing equipment in the process of designing and prototyping of the complex mechatronic systems.

The specialty courses deal with problems of designing of embedded systems as well as microsystems (MEMS). Students take part in actual research projects, development activities and practical trainings.

For more information contact:
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
Professor Wojciech Lisowski
e-mail: lisowski@agh.edu.pl