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Information about the course

Field of study:

Power Engineering

Level of studies:

first-cycle studies

Mode of study:

Full-time studies

Date of commencement of studies:

October 2021

Faculty:

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology

Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:

full qualification at the 6th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework

Professional title obtained by the graduate:

Engineer

Learning profile:

general academic profile

Number of semesters:

    7

Number of ECTS credits:

  • 146 - Field of study: Power Engineering
  • 210 - Specialization: Energy Markets and Electric Power Systems
  • 210 - Specialization: Environmental Protection Technologies in Power Engineering
  • 210 - Specialization: Pro-Ecological Energy Systems
  • 210 - Specialization: Fluid-Flow Machinery

Work placement:

The rules of conducting the practice comply with the Faculty Practice Regulations. They are an integral part of the curriculum and are not subject to classification.

Students conduct the practice in compliance with the schedule of the selected study course. The practice aims at practical verification of the theoretical knowledge gained during the studies or preparation for writing the diploma thesis.

Practice is organized in cooperation with external institutions/companies.

Graduation requirements:

Obtaining the learning outcomes and the required number of ECTS points specified in the education program, submitting and obtaining a positive grade for the diploma thesis and passing the diploma examination.

Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:

A graduate has general technical knowledge and skills necessary to design, construct and operate power-generating devices and systems. The range of skills and abilities of the graduates will allow them  to work in companies introducing innovative technologies in the production of energy and bio-fuels, as well as in the integration of knowledge about the protection and shaping of the environment. A graduate has knowledge to specify the taxonomy in energy efficiency of objects, including power-generating objects. A graduate is ready to perform design and construction work in power generation; to conduct scientific and research work in power generation; to manage the production, operation and repairs of power-generating devices and systems; they are able to work in an international team. A graduate is ready to work in power-generating industry, in design and construction bureaus; in R&D units operating in power-generating industry; in advisory and consulting bureaus, in conventional and non-conventional power plants. A graduate is ready to start a second degree course.  

Person responsible for the study programme:

dr hab. inż. Jan Wajs
jan.wajs@pg.edu.pl
+48 58 347 28 30
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