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12 628 30 44

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International Relations Office
24, Warszawska Street
31-155 Cracow, Poland
e-mail: bwm@pk.edu.pl
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e-mail: erasmus@pk.edu.pl

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BACHELOR DEGREE

FIRST-CYCLE (BACHELOR) STUDIES 2019/2020


Cracow University of Technology offers variety of study majors and courses. Current educational offer of CUT covers 30 graduate studies of I and II degree at 8 faculties. At 7 faculties studies are available in the English language.

Please contact:

Ms. Anna Dębska adebska@pk.edu.pl (if you are interested in studies at the following faculties: Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Environmental and Power Engineering or Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology)

Ms. Agnieszka Piekarz agnieszka.piekarz@pk.edu.pl  (if you are interested in studies at the following faculties: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering or Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Applied Computer Science)


 OFFER OF STUDIES

FACULTY OF PHYSICS MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

First-cycle programme in MECHANICS AND MACHINE DESIGN starts in October


Faculty/Department: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Applied Mechanics

Duration: 7 semesters

ECTS credits: 210

Tuition fee: 3500EUR/year


Program description:

Advanced Computational Mechanics (ACM) is addressed for students who want to study contemporary problems in theoretical and applied mechanics with computer support. The program contains of the following general topics: basis in mathematics and physics, theoretical mechanics and strength of materials, material science and machining of structures, informatics and numerical methods, mechanics of solids, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, theory of vibration and acoustics, automatic control and mechatronics, intelligent materials. Selected subject can be studied by Erasmus program students.

Program of studies:

Regular: Basic mathematics (17 ECTS), Engineering mathematics I (4 ECTS), Distributions and transforms (2 ECTS, elect.), Physics (8 ECTS), Mechanics of particles and rigid body (8 ECTS), Vibrations and waves (4 ECTS), Strength of materials (11 ECTS), Theory of elasticity (4 ECTS), Plasticity (2 ECTS), Fluid mechanics (4 ECTS), Information technology (2 ECTS), Computer science (4 ECTS), Numerical methods I (4 ECTS), Finite element method I (3 ECTS), Technical drawing (2 ECTS), AutoCAD (2 ECTS), Machine design (10 ECTS), Computer aided design of structures (2 ECTS), Material science I (8 ECTS), Plastics and composites (2 ECTS), Production engineering (3 ECTS), Computer aided machining of structures (4 ECTS), Thermodynamics (5 ECTS), Electronics and electrical engineering (3 ECTS), Principles of automatic control engineering (5 ECTS), Elements of robotics (4 ECTS), Metrology (3 ECTS), Experimental methods in mechanics (2 ECTS), Environmental protection and ecology (1 ECTS), Physical education (2 ECTS), Foreign language (12 ECTS), Safety engineering and ergonomics (1 ECTS), Patents (1 ECTS), Practical training (4 ECTS), Seminar (12 ECTS), Final project (15 ECTS) Total: 1635 h Electives: Probability theory (2 ECTS), Variation calculus (2 ECTS), Statistics (2 ECTS), Vehicle constructions (2 ECTS), Fuel engines (2 ECTS), Theory of mechanisms and machines (2 ECTS), Manipulators (2 ECTS), Advanced mechanics of structures (2 ECTS), Constitutive modeling (2 ECTS), Optimization of structures (2 ECTS), Stability of structures (2 ECTS), Quantum mechanics (2 ECTS), Accelerator design (2 ECTS), Heat transfer (2 ECTS), Acoustics (2 ECTS), Introduction to mechatronics (2 ECTS), MEMS technology (2 ECTS), Modeling of materials in extreme temperatures (2 ECTS), Rheology (2 ECTS), Biomechanics (2 ECTS), Intelligent structures (2 ECTS), Computer programming (2 ECTS), Symbolic programs in mechanics (2 ECTS), Identification of dynamical systems (2 ECTS), Simulation (2 ECTS), Finite element method II (2 ECTS), Finite element method in fluid mechanics (2 ECTS), Signal processing (2 ECTS), Dedicated computer software for engineers (2 ECTS), Coordinate measuring systems (2 ECTS), Programming of CAD coordinate systems (2 ECTS), Noise and vibration protection (1 ECTS), Recycling (1 ECTS), Renewable natural energy sources (1 ECTS), Energy methods in mechanics (1 ECTS), Engineering data bases (1 ECTS), Ethics (2 ECTS), Management (2 ECTS) Total: 765 h


Admission requirements:

  1. Submission of required documents listed in the application procedure;
  2. High CGPA.

Detailed programme of studies

Contact person: Marek S. Kozień, PhD, DSc, phone no.: +48 12 628 33 70 e-mail: Marek.Kozien@pk.edu.pl

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

First-cycle programme in Civil Engineering starts in October


accredited by the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education

Faculty/Department: Faculty of Civil Engineering

Duration: 7 semesters

ECTS credits: 210

Tuition fee: 3000EUR/year


Program description:

After completing the 1st cycle studies, the graduate is qualified within the domain of design and erection of any building and engineering structures such as buildings, roads, bridges, shell structures, storage tanks, underground structures erected using reinforced concrete, masonry, metal and timber technologies. The graduate is prepared to oversee and manage the building processes as well as maintenance, operation and restoration of building resources. This knowledge is based on the gains of modern technology, using computer methods and information technologies. The graduate is capable of understanding social, economic, legal and other conditions affecting the engineering activities. He is able to work as a member of a team.


Admission requirements:

  1. Submission of required documents listed in the application procedure.
  2. High grade in maths, physics or IT on candidate's high school diploma / leaving certificate
Detailed programme of studies

FACULTY OF PHYSICS MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

First-cycle programme in Architecture starts in October


accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education

Faculty/Department: Faculty of Architecture

Duration: 7 semesters

ECTS credits: 210

Tuition fee: 5000EUR/year


Admission requirements:

Apart from an online application and submission of required documents listed in the application procedure,  original hard copies of the following documents/works of art need to be sent to International Relations Office (address here). Additionally their scans od photographs (PDF or JPG format) need to be sent to bwm@pk.edu.pl

  1. Cover letter (written in English, addressed to Dean of the Faculty of Architecture)
  2. Candidate’s statement confirming that all works comprising the portfolio have been prepared by the candidate in person.
  3. Portfolio consisting of the following elements:
  • 2 freehand drawings of nature in any technique, presenting a composition consisting of elementary solids (such as cube, cylinder, pyramid, cone, prism, cuboid, etc.) or derivatives of such solids - format B2
  • 1 freehand drawing or painting of nature in any technique, presenting any still life - format B2
  • 2 freehand drawings of nature, presenting any existing buildings or architectural structures - format B2
  • 1 freehand drawing of nature in any technique presenting a part of a city (e.g. avenue, street, square, passage, piazza) - format B2
  • 3 photographs devoted to architecture - any format
  • 3 works in any technique (including computer techniques, multimedia techniques, etc.) on any topic - any format
Detailed programme of studies