University of Technology
Management and production engineering
Technological sciences
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
7 semesters
Tuition fee: 
2400 EUR per year
Degree awarded: 
bachelor of science
Application deadline: 
Saturday, 31 August, 2024
Day of semester start: 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2024
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

The interdisciplinary Management and Production Engineering studies make it possible to educate specialists who can combine modern engineering and managerial knowledge and skills and who are also able to undertake tasks that result from transformations related to rationalization of costs and production techniques. The establishment of small and medium-sized companies, restructuring of industry as well as privatization of enterprises force engineers to perform a double role of an engineer and a manager. They are expected (in addition to expertise in a specific technical field) to have skills in economics, management, accounting, finance, law, ecology, logistics, etc.

full-time  (daily) courses

3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the title of Engineer

the scope of study:

- computer science in management and modelling
- production and innovation management

1.5-year (3 semesters) second-cycle studies

resulting in the award of the degree of Master of Engineering

the scope of study:

- computer science in management and modelling
- environmental engineering
- management engineering
- supply chain management

After the first-degree studies

Graduates have substantive knowledge of mechanics and machine construction, basic economic and managerial knowledge and skills to manage technical and organizational functions involving improving production and operational systems, management systems, personnel selection and training, cost management, project management, marketing, logistics, financial and material investment management. They have the knowledge and skills to start and run their own business in the area of production and services.

After the second-degree studies

Graduates are additionally qualified to organize and conduct research and development work, in particular to design and implement technological and organizational innovations. They can also manage projects involving large financial resources, including those of the European Union, and participate in the work of management and supervisory boards of production, service and financial organizations.