Admission requirements are available here https://www.students.pw.edu.pl/index.php/How-to-Apply/Admission-to-M.Sc
The programme requires coursework and writing a thesis.
Graduates from this programme will have the comprehensive qualifications and basic knowledge in the area of: power system (planning, optimization and control), electrical power quality, electromagnetic compatibility, electromechanical drive systems, electrical traction, measurement systems (hardware and software), intelligent electrical installations and IT (artificial intelligence in power engineering, computational methods and algorithms, microprocessor engineering).
Depending on the final profiling, graduates will be well-prepared to work in domestic and international design offices, research and scientific institutions, universities, factories (supervision and production management in the field of electrical equipment and devices), power plants and electrical networks.
Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Electromagnetic Fields, Electrical Materials Technology, CAD Methods, Rudiments of Circuits and Systems Control, Electrical Machines, Electrical Power Engineering, High Voltage Technology, Electrical Measurements, Microprocessor Engineering, Converter Drives Control, Electrical Traction, Modelling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems, Power Supply, Electrical Safety, Computer Networks, Computer Graphics, Intelligent Control for Energy Conversion, Database Management.