- Bachelor's degree diploma (together with a supplement, if applicable) or another document of completion of studies abroad, which allow to start the second cycle studies in the country it was issued. 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 diploma allows him to take up the second cycle studies in the country it was issued – if such a statement is not already written on the diploma.
- 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 will be qualified professionals in design and operation of aircraft propulsion systems, both turbine and piston engines. They will gain knowledge in thermal and fluid flow phenomena which occur within aero engines both from the point of view of the theory involved and their mathematical modelling with professional software. Additionally, attention will be paid to structural issues of the drivers, especially the thermal loading of the engine components.
• Aircraft design methodology
• Material technologies in aviation
• Thermodynamics for aircraft propulsion
• Basic Airside Safety
• Air Transport Fundamentals
• Flight Simulators
• Environmental protection in aviation
• Thermal challenges in aircraft applications
• Air piston engines
• Combustion and Combustion Chamber of Turbine Engines
• Environmental impact and Thermoeconomic Evaluation in Aviation Sector
• Internal processes modelling of aircraft engine
• Aircraft Engine Design
• Propeller and jet propulsion systems
• Numerical modelling of external flows
• Numerical methods in the design and maintenance of the aircraft propulsion systems
• Aviation engine technologies
• Thermal Stresses
• Aircraft Engines Control Systems and Arrangements
• Advancements in Aircraft Engines Designs