Master in Greater Poland Poland

Top Masters Programs in Greater Poland Poland 2016/2017

Master

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.

 

Like many other EU countries, Poland offers inexpensive or even free tuition to EU students. Prospective students should apply directly to their chosen Polish institution. The University of Warsaw, for example, charges between £1,300 and £2,500 per year for its English language courses.

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Master in Computer Science and Information Technology

Lodz University of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 3 semesters October 2016 Poland Łódź + 1 more

Qualification awarded magister inżynier [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Greater Poland Poland. Qualification awarded Magister inżynier Level of qualification Second-cycle programme Specific admission requirements The admission of the candidates for full-time and part-time second cycles programmes is based on the admission process in which the graduation mark and interview are taken into consideration. The Departmental or Inter-departmental Admission Commission may resign from conducting the interviewers. Qualification requirements and regulations In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister inżynier degree it is necessary to: Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points, Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Achieve learning outcomes leading to inżynier qualification according to a proper Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The awarding of a degree requires the acquisition of minimum 90 ECTS credits during at least 3 semesters of studies. Placements are included in the study period. Profile of the program Academic Occupational profiles of graduates with examples Graduates can succcesfully work as: IT specialists at private companies, research and development institutions, public administration, or academic and educational centers, computer/mobile game programmer/level designer, graphics designer independent network administrator for the small and medium scale business systems tester, analysts, programmers and application development, or network administrators members of enterprise IT strategy development teams, leaders for IT projects, academic teachers and developers / researchers, self-employed specialists or owners of companies in the IT branch. Access to further studies Third-cycle programme, non-degree postgraduate programmes. Course structure diagram Semester 1 Economics, Management and Law Multimedia Databases Modelling and Analysis of Information Systems Soft Computing Sound Processing Computer Physics Professional Language Skills Elective Courses Semester 2 Computing Methods and Optimization Problem Based Workshop Programming of Intelligent Information Systems Security of Information Systems Virtual Environments Conferencing in English Elective Courses Semester 3 Modern Content Management Techniques Systems for Enterprises Final Project Seminar Industrial Placement Diploma Thesis Mode of study (full-time, part-time, e-learning) full-time part-time [-]

Master in Management

Lodz University of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Poland Łódź + 1 more

Qualification awarded magister [+]

Qualification awarded Magister Level of qualification Second-cycle programme Specific admission requirements The results of the interview and the first-cycle final grade constitute basis for admission to full-time and part-time second-cycle degree programmes. The Faculty Admissions Committee may take a decision that the interview not be required when the number of candidates is lower than the predetermined pool of available admissions. Other admission requirements are set out in admissions regulations that are in effect at Lodz University of Technology in a given academic year. Qualification requirements and regulations In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister degree it is necessary to: Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points, Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The awarding of a master degree requires the acquisition of minimum 124 ECTS credits during at least 4 semesters of studies. Placements are included in the study period. Profile of the program Academic Occupational profiles of graduates with examples The graduate of the second-cycle degree programme in Management has the skills to solve advanced economic, organizational, human resources, financial and social problems with the use of computer-aided instruments. The graduate is prepared to use modern methods and techniques in the field of organization and management of a company, has specialized theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to analyze critically existing phenomena, to diagnose and solve real economic problems by taking tactical and strategic decisions. Access to further studies Third-cycle programme, non-degree postgraduate programmes. Course structure diagram Semester 1 Logistics Project Management and Innovations Macroeconomics Strategic Management Integrated Management Systems Mathematical Statistics Professional Language Skills Elective Courses Semester 2 Negotiations Tools in HR Operations Research Management Concepts (PBL) Civil Law Financial Management in Business Conferencing in English Elective Courses Semester 3 Enterpreneurship B2B Marketing Business Process Management Managerial Accounting Economic and Labour Law Ethics in Management E-Business Strategies Elective Courses Semester 4 Placement - 4 weeks Final Project Seminar Final Project Elective Courses Mode of study (full-time, part-time, e-learning) part-time full-time [-]

Master in Mechatronics

Lodz University of Technology
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2016 Poland Łódź

Qualification awarded magister inżynier [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Greater Poland Poland. Qualification awarded Magister inżynier Level of qualification Second-cycle programme Specific admission requirements The admission of the candidates for full-time and part-time second cycles programmes is based on the admission process in which the graduation mark and interview are taken into consideration. The Departmental or Inter-departmental Admission Commission may resign from conducting the interviewers. Qualification requirements and regulations In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister inżynier degree it is necessary to: Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points, Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Achieve learning outcomes leading to inżynier qualification according to a proper Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The awarding of an MSc degree requires the acquisition of minimum 90 ECTS credits during 3 or 4 semesters of studies. Placements are included in the study period. Part-time studies can last one or two semesters longer than respective full-time studies. Profile of the program Academic Occupational profiles of graduates with examples The graduate of MSc degree in the field of mechatronics at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering will be prepared to work mainly in: research institutes and R & D centers; electrical engineering industries (automotive, household appliances, medical equipment, aerospace, machine tools); service and diagnostics stations; health care in the operation of medical devices and diagnostic equipment and institutions involved in counseling and dissemination of knowledge of the construction and operation of mechatronic devices. What is more, the graduate possesses general competencies, in particular: the ability to work in a group; the ability to effectively organize and manage time; the ability to formulate and to solve engineering and scientific research problems; the ability to define and justify priorities; the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language; the ability to manage projects taking into account the non-technical aspects; the ability to assess risk. Access to further studies Third-cycle programme, non-degree postgraduate programmes. Course structure diagram Semester 1 Practice - 4 weeks Mechatronic Systems and Equipment Mechatronic systems in machine drives Usage of PLC controllers in mechatronics Vehicle Mechatronics Electronic Systems in Mechatronics Foreign Language for Academic and Professional Purposes Semester 2 Intellectual Property Protection and Work Safety Computer Methods in Modelling and Design of Mechatronic Systems Technical Informatics Dynamics of Mechatronic Systems Modelling and Identification of Dynamical Systems Mathematical Methods of Mechatronics Optimization of Control Physical Education Semester 3 Modern Labour Market Diploma Seminar Diploma Thesis Elective courses in a foreign language Mode of study (full-time, part-time, e-learning) full-time [-]

Master in Telecommunications and Computer Science

Lodz University of Technology
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2016 Poland Łódź

Qualification awarded magister inżynier [+]

Qualification awarded Magister inżynier Level of qualification Second-cycle programme Specific admission requirements Recruitment for the second level is based on the final mark obtained in the first level studies and evaluation of the interview. Candidates must have a degree in engineering, during the interview the learning outcomes common to the first and second level of ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS studies, which are not realised in the second level, are checked. Qualification requirements and regulations In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister degree it is necessary to: Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points, Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Achieve learning outcomes leading to inżynier qualification according to a proper Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. To be qualified MSc student must obtain at least 90 ECTS credits. Master studies lasted at least three or four semesters. The period of study include professional practice student. Part-time studies may last one or two semesters longer than the corresponding full-time. Profile of the program Academic Occupational profiles of graduates with examples A graduate of the second level course in ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS has the expert knowledge in the field of modern electronics and telecommunications and computer science, as well as knowledge of the organization of teamwork. Obtained qualifications allow to work in different fields - the graduate has sufficient qualifications to perform engineering work in companies specialising in electronics, telecommunications, teleinformatics and computer science, including scientific and research work. The graduate may be appointed to the posts concerning preparation and handling of production and positions in research and development units. The graduate is prepared for self-learning and may take third level courses and / or develop professionally through continuous education. Access to further studies Third-cycle programme, non-degree postgraduate programmes. Course structure diagram Semester 1 Safety at Work and Ergonomy Numerical Methods Optimization Methods Photonics and Optical Fiber Technology Programmable Logic Devices Telecommunication Network Design Data Mining Mathematics Semester 2 Mathematics for Advanced Signal Processing Electromagnetic Compatibility Electronic Design Automation Problem Based Learning Project Professional Language Skills Elective Courses Semester 3 Pattern Recognition Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems Problem Based Learning Project Conferencing in English Elective Courses Semester 4 Research Methodology Final Project Seminar Final Project Industrial Placement Mode of study (full-time, part-time, e-learning) full-time [-]

Masters in Biotechnology

Lodz University of Technology
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2016 Poland Łódź

Qualification awarded magister [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Greater Poland Poland. Qualification awarded Magister Level of qualification Second-cycle programme Specific admission requirements The admission of the candidates for second cycles programmes is based on the admission process in which the graduation mark and interview are taken into consideration. The Departmental Admission Commission may resign from conducting the interviewers. The candidate must have a qualified first-cycle engineering studies, including the skills necessary to pursue education at second-cycle: knowledge of chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology and microbiology to enable understanding of the fundamentals of Biotechnology and to formulate and solve simple problems to the design of biotechnological processes; knowledge and skills in the use of living organisms and biomaterials for the bioconversion of raw materials and energy, enabling the simple design of biotechnological processes; the ability to use the methods of analysis, simulation and experimental studies to formulate and solve engineering tasks; knowledge and skills in the use of computer systems for the analysis of and control of biotechnological processes; the skills of interpretation, presentation and documentation of the experiment, and the presentation and documentation of the tasks of a project. A person who as a result of the completion of the first cycle did not obtain the specific powers, may take a second-cycle in Biotechnology, where the deficiency of competence can be achieved by the completion of classes of not more than 30 ECTS credits. Qualification requirements and regulations In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister degree it is necessary to: Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points, Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. To be qualified master's student must obtain 90 ECTS credits. Masters studies last a three semesters. The period of study include student’s professional practice. Profile of the program Academic Occupational profiles of graduates with examples The Second Cycle Graduate of the Faculty of Biotechnology obtains a master's degree. In addition to the skills learned from the First Cycle, s/he is prepared to design biotechnological processes and conduct in order to obtain products with the desired characteristics for the food, chemical, pharmaceutical, environmental and other industries. S/he understands the ecological, social, legal and economic aspects of Biotechnology. Knowledge and skills necessary to plan and conduct research and use the results make our graduate function well in research and diagnostic laboratories, as well as in R & D-based of the biotechnology industry and related industries. S/he finds oneself in the studios of the genetic biosynthesis, biotransformation, etc. research units and institutions of the University of Sciences. The Graduate’s has the command of additional skills within the security of working with genetically modified micro-organisms, the implementation of innovation management systems in Biotechnology as well as in marketing and production management. S/he can promote the social acceptance of Biotechnology, bio (i.a. GMOs). S/he has also the ability to take the role in management, problem solving, technical and human resources. S/he can work in the international environment and is able to refer to other fields. The Second Cycle Graduate is well-prepared to embark on a Third Cycle - PhD. Access to further studies Third-cycle programme, non-degree postgraduate programmes. Course structure diagram Semester 1 Computer Aiding of Biotechnological Processes Quality Management Systems Ecological Aspects of Biotechnology Advanced Bioinformatics Spectroscopic Analysis Measurement and Control in Biotechnology Nutrigenomics Sensory Quality and Consumer Acceptance of Food Social and Legal Aspects of Biotechnology Management of Innovations in Biotechnology Basics of Marketing Bioreactor Engineering Professional Language Skills set 3 of elective courses Semester 2 Food Microbiology Microbiological Analytics Alcoholic Beverages Technology Fermented Food Special Seminar Intermediate Project Industrial Placement Conferencing in English Semester 3 Diploma Seminar Diploma Thesis Mode of study (full-time, part-time, e-learning) full-time [-]