University of Technology
Electrical engineering
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Based on merit
Application deadline: 
Monday, 14 June, 2021
Day of semester start: 
Friday, 1 October, 2021
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

Deadline for application:

» 14th Jun 2021 - for students who want to take part in Double Degree at WUST/INRTU; » 1st Jul 2021 - for students who want to take part in Double Degree at WUST/OVGU and WUST/UNIPA; » 1st term -1st Jul and 2nd term - 13th Sep 2021 – for students who want to take full four semesters at WUST

Start date:
» 1st Oct 2021 at WUST or OVGU,  1st Sep 2021 at INRTU (Double Degree)
» 1st Sep 2021 at UNIPA (Double Degree)

Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Eng. or related field. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. 
»English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online

» Application fee: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl



Field of study: Electrical Engineering Double Degree Programme 

Specialization: Renewable Energy Systems 

The students of the programme can spend full duration of the studies at Wrocław University of Science and Technology (WUST) or benefit from the Double-Degree option. The DD option is a proposal for a limited number
of the best applicants. After having spent one year in Wrocław, the students are sent for the remaining year to the Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg (OvGU), Germany. They can choose the double degree option
with Irkutsk National Research Technical University (INRTU) in Russia or with University of Palermo (UNIPA), Italy. After having spent one year at the partner university, the students spend the remaining year at the home
University (Poland). Following the successful completion of the dual-degree requirements at both universities the students will obtain two Master's of Science (M.Sc.) degrees, one from the WUST and one from the University
of Magdeburg (OvGU) or one from the WUST and one from the Irkutsk National Research Technical University (INRTU) or one from the WUST and one from Palermo University (UNIPA). The programme is focused on the
modern issues related to renewable energy sources and their integration in power system.
courses at WUST: 
»Numerical and Optimisation Methods
»Power Quality Assessment
»Power Systems Faults
»Fault Calculations
»Dynamics and Control of AC and DC Drives
»Circuits and Systems
» Advanced Technology in Electrical Power Generation
»Foreign Language – A1 or A2
»Foreign Language – B2+ or C1+
» Power Electronics
» Simulation and Analysis of Power System Transients
» Protection and Control of Distributed Energy Sources 1
» Renewable Energy Sources
» Water Power Plants 1
» Integration of Distributed Resources in Power Systems
» Electromechanical Systems in Renewable Energy
» Modelling of Electrical Machines
» Diploma Placement 4 Weeks
» Elective Course from Management Block
» Energy Storage Systems
» Photovoltaic Cells
» Protection and Control of Distributed Energy Sources 2
» Water Power Plants 2
» Industrial Ecology - Selected Problems
» Artificial Intelligence Techniques
» Legal Regulations and Investments in Power Systems with Distributed Energy Sources
» Electromagnetic Compatibility
» Measurement Methods and Techniques
» Diploma Project
»Elective Courses from Law Block
»Diploma Seminar
» Master’s Thesis
» Elective Course from Social Sciences and Ethics Block
» Elective Course from A Block and B Block
courses at OVGU: 
» Power Electronics
» Power Network Planning and Operation
» Digital Info Processing
» Electromagnetic Field Theory
» Power System Economics and Special Topics
» Project
» Master’s Thesis 
courses at INRTU: 
Selected course from the list of Electrical Engineering at INRTU. See link below:
courses at UNIPA: 
The programme is devoted to the candidates interested in work related to renewable energy systems, reliability, transmission and distribution of
electrical energy, protection and decision-making in power systems, energy market issues, etc.