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Information about the course

Field of study:

Space and Satellite Technologies

Level of studies:

second-cycle studies

Mode of study:

Full-time studies

Date of commencement of studies:

February 2021

Faculty:

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology

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

full qualification at the 7th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework

Professional title obtained by the graduate:

Master of Science in Engineering

Learning profile:

general academic profile

Number of semesters:

    3

Number of ECTS credits:

  • 29 - Field of study: Space and Satellite Technologies
  • 51 - ISB: indywidualne studia badawcze
  • 47 - ISB: indywidualne studia badawcze
  • 80 - ISB: indywidualne studia badawcze
  • 91 - Specialization: Mechanical and Mechatronic Technologies in Space Engineering
  • 94 - Specialization: ICT in Space and Satellite Engineering
  • 82 - Specialization: Morskie systemy satelitarne i kosmiczne
  • 84 - Specialization: Aplikacje kosmiczne i satelitarne w systemach bezpieczeństwa

Work placement:

Not applicable.

Graduation requirements:

1. Collecting the appropriate number of ECTS points as indicated in the program of study, by passing all subjects included in the plan of study.
2. Preparing the MSc thesis and obtaining a positive opinion about it from both the supervisor and the reviewer.
3. Passing the MSc diploma exam in time defined by the Dean.

Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:

The graduate of the study will have got the well-ordered and extended knowledge and skills in numerous fields and specialised topics related to space.

Due to the development of such innovative industry sector as space exploration and utilisation technologies in Poland, also in the Pomerania region, the opportunities of employment as well as further education are wide for the Space and Satellite Technology study graduates. They will be able to be employed in universities and other institutions engaged in research and development in the area of space and satellite technologies. Also, they will be able to find a job in the industry, namely, both in the Polish branches of well recognised international corporations operating for a long time in space industry, and in smaller local firms offering services in the areas including space constructions design, satellite telecommunications, satellite navigation, Earth observation, Geographic Information Systems, and other numerous applications of IT, as well as of mechanic and mechatronic solutions.

Person responsible for the study programme:

prof. dr hab. inż. Edmund Wittbrodt
ewittbro@pg.edu.pl
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