University of Technology
Mechanical engineering
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
2 years
Tuition fee: 
4000 euro per academic year
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Sunday, 2 August, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 5 October, 2020
Credits (ECTS): 
120 per 4 semesters
Admission requirements: 

Admissions to TUL for the Winter semester 2020/2021 for classes starting in October opens on May 31, 2020 and will last most probably till August 2020. However, because of a very dynamic situation in the world currently this might change. For this reason check our website regularly to see updates on deadlines and details. 

On our website - www.rekrutacja.p.lodz.pl under " International Candidates" you can find information concerning the admission process including: the list of required documents, available courses, grades required for entry, tuition fees, scholarships, contest- study for free, language requirements etc.

You can also use our search engine to check the programmes offered at TUL and choose the most suitable ones - https://rekrutacja.p.lodz.pl/en/study-programmes?jezyk[]=307&jezyk[]=308


ADVANCED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – a degree program carried out at the International Faculty of Engineering by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The program includes: mechanics, strength of materials, engineering materials, automation and robotics, practical and theoretical preparation for the design and operation of mechanical equipment, the basics of machine construction, software applications for engineering, advanced manufacturing technologies, the basics of entrepreneurship and management, selected topics related to IT, economic, regulatory and environmental matters.



Dynamics and Drives of Machines
Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
Applied Materials Sciences
Fatigue of Gears and Shafts
Research Project
Rapid Prototyping and Modern Manufacturing
Advanced Mechanical Project
Industrial Placement


Graduate profile: 

Graduates of ADVANCED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING are prepared to work, among others, in construction offices of enterprises, mainly in the aviation, machine, automotive, household appliances, and machine tools industries. They will also find employment in industry and other facilities operating and servicing mechanical systems and machines and equipment in which they are used.

The skills acquired during the studies also allow graduates to set up manufacturing and/or service companies. This wide range of employment opportunities results from the versatility of the acquired education, which apart from engineering knowledge also includes: computer science, organization and management, foreign languages, marketing, and the humanities. During their studies, students acquire a number of soft skills, such as group work, time and team management, setting priorities, negotiation techniques.

ADVANCED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING graduates are prepared to solve advanced engineering problems using professional software as well as to conduct research. They can apply for admission to a third-cycle degree program (doctoral studies).