Bachelor of Science in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | Gdańsk University of Technology

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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
and Ship Technology
Degree to be obtained: Engineer (inżynier)
Duration: 3.5 years (7 semesters)
Language: English
ECTS points: 210
Tuition fee per semester: 9000 PLN

Program description
The aim of the studies is to educate specialists in the field of widely understood mechanical engineering, which includes the construction, manufacturing and operation of machines.
The study program includes lectures, tutorials and laboratory classes in fundamental subjects of mechanical engineering, delivered to the students during first four semesters.
Professional elective subjects of the specialization Design and Production Engineering are conducted at final three semesters. The program is delivered in the frame of the so-called CDIO philosophy, i.e. Conceive, Design, Implement and Operate. Among fundamental subjects can be mentioned such ones as: mechanics, strength of materials, machine design, materials science, manufacturing techniques, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, electrotechnics and electronics as well as welding technology and hydraulics and pneumatics.

ECTS Information with a list of subjects 

Entry requirements
Secondary school certificate (obligatory) and state exam/matriculation results (if applicable) which entitle the candidate to apply for a bachelor's degree in the country, where the secondary education was obtained. Subjects considered in the formula for calculating the candidate’s points: mathematics and physics.

Career opportunities
The employment opportunities are very wide-ranging from small and medium enterprises to the traditional mechanical engineering companies such as the production of machine components, steel constructions, automotive industry, shipyards, refineries, refrigeration systems, air conditioning and ventilation systems, hydrostatic drive systems or numerous branches of servicing companies. These opportunities do not exploit all possible carrier options. The graduate can find employment in construction offices or pursuit second-level studies in mechanical engineering or related areas.