- School leaving certificate (legalized or given an apostille) obtained abroad entitling to study at all types of universities in the country appropriate to the education system issuing the certificate. Document should be legalized or given an apostille and translated into English or Polish language by certified translator;
- Candidate should also provide a statement that his school leaving certificate allows him to take up the first cycle studies in the country it was issued – if such a statement is not already written on the certificate;
- Document confirming competence in English language (for studies in English) at least at B2 level;
- Document confirming the candidate’s identity;
- Photo (format 45x35mm, in the left semi profile with a visible left ear, without any jewellery, bareheaded and without any dark glasses, with equal lighting on the face).
Graduates acquire knowledge from the fields of electrical engineering, power engineering, automatics, robotics, analog and digital electronics, exploitation of electric systems and programming languages. They have skills in design, construction and exploitation of power devices and systems as well as safety engineering in various fields of modern industry. They have knowledge on the basics of law for engineers, organization and economics of production and management. This course of study combines modern electrical engineering with selected issues of electronics, automatics, microprocessor technique and computer science when taking into account requirements of economy and management.