Master studies in Chemical Technology - Composites and Nanomaterials last for three semesters starting in February each year.
The first semester is partly devoted to amend the basic knowledge in chemical technology for candidates studying abroad and those persons who at their bachelor level, studied directions different from chemical technology to reach standards defined by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Regular courses contain physical and inorganic chemistry, engineering of materials and chemical reactors, technology of polymers, processing of nanomaterials and composites. Classes on modelling and simulation are included.
Laboratory classes allow to perform synthesis and detailed characterization of composites together with their various practical application using the specific physical, mechanical and electrochemical properties. Ecology and recycling is also in the programme as well as advanced materials for generation and storage of energy. The students have also a possibility to select elective courses during studies, e.g. biotechnology, medical aspects and others.
A graduate receives the title - Master of Science in Chemical Technology. He/she is prepared to perform research and development in the discipline of his/her education, i.e. chemical technology, especially in Composites and Nano-materials.
A graduate can be employed in research and industry where the knowl-edge of advanced materials is required. His/her competence will be synthesis, characterization, processing and application of composites and nanomaterials tak-ing into account environmental protection. He/she is prepared to undertake doc-toral studies. His/her English knowledge allows easy exchange of experience, com-munication, direct interpersonal contacts and fluent formulation of documenta-tions and/or specifications.
Tuition fee EU citizens: free of charge; NON-EU citizens: 1200 EUR for the first semester, 1000 EUR per each following
Registration fee EU citizens: 85 PLN; NON-EU citizens: 0 EUR
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Last updated July 8, 2016