Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Six semesters
Tuition fee: 
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, 31 July, 2024
Day of semester start: 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2024
Credits (ECTS): 
180 ECTS
Admission requirements: 

1) studying on the same field in one's country;
2) in case of beginning of studies:
Matura exams - certificate contest;
Weighted average of three subjects:

chemistry or biology or physics or mathematics or computer science - weight 0,5
modern foreign language - weight 0,3
Polish language or mathematics - weight 0,2

Other Requirements: B2 level in English
Candidates applying for admission to studies will be referred for medical examinations to an occupational medicine doctor. If any contraindications to study are found, the candidate may not apply for admission to this field of study.



First-degree studies (6 semesters) are intended for people interested in chemical sciences. The educational objective in the first-degree chemistry studies includes obtaining knowledge and skills in the field of general chemistry issues and related fields, based on the foundations of mathematical and natural sciences. The graduate has knowledge in the field of modern chemistry and shows proficiency in the specialty. He/she is also ready to start research in the specialty and to comprehensive analysis of chemical processes. He/she can solve chemical problems by applying of contemporary analysis and using of modern analytical equipment. He/she has also the ability to work in a group and knows the rules of organizing and managing teamwork. He/she has knowledge in the field of environmental protection and sustainable development as well as knows the legal, ethical and economic principles of the professional work. The study program is enriched with issues related to economy and entrepreneurship in a small and medium-sized company and managing of innovative projects, what provides the graduate to develop own business in the chemical sector. Moreover, the graduate is ready to undertake second-degree studies in the field of Chemistry.

The student chooses a specialty:
• Specialty Drug Chemistry – the study program of this speciality, in addition to subjects providing chemical education, enables to gain of extended knowledge and skills regarding methods used in the synthesis and analysis of drugs, drug design as well as methods of obtaining medicinal substances.
•teaching specialty - Teaching Chemistry - the study program of this specialty, in addition to subjects providing chemistry education, enables the acquisition of knowledge, skills and social competences that are important for future teachers, in accordance with the current regulation on education preparing for the teaching profession.
Graduates acquire the right to work in education (primary and post-primary level) only after completing the teaching specialty at the second degree of studies.