Completion of first cycle (BSc) program in Mechanical/Power Engineering, equivalent to 210 ECTS credits, at the level of not less than 60% of maximum grade points in each credited course
Submission of required documents: signed scan of online application form, BSc degree, official confirmation of legality of applicant’s BSc degree, official certificate confirming that applicant’s BSc degree allows them to apply for admission to MSc studies at all universities in their country, official Transcript of Records with a legend of marks, copy of applicant’s passport, official confirmation of the English language knowledge, a digital colour photo (JPEG file, 236 x 295 pixels)
High GPA earned during first-cycle (BSc) studies
The course consists of three semesters. At the first semester the basic subjects are included (e.g. Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Power Plant Technology and Numerical Methods among others). The second semester is dedicated to the Directional Subjects (e.g. Computational Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics) and specialization subjects depending on the selected module.
The classes are conducted by researchers from Poland and world recognized foreign lecturers.
The study program is tailored to the market needs and taking into account modern scientific trends including:
- design of energy systems
- experimental investigation of energy systems
- mathematical modeling of energy systems
- the application of modern computer techniques (e.g. Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Element Method) for energy systems analysis and design
The course consists of two modules:
- Energy Systems - which is dedicated to conventional power plants and systems
- Renewable Energy - which is dedicated to heating systems and renewable energy technologies
The best students have the opportunity to perform master's thesis in collaboration with leading foreign universities and to start the PhD study in Power Engineering.
Programme coordinator: prof. Paweł Ocłoń, emila: firstname.lastname@example.org