The programme is attractive for students interested in learning fundamental problem of exact sciences. The character of the programme is selective and depends in the students’ preferences-they can choose from among a number of courses offered within these sciences. Students get acquainted with a wide area of applied physics. They also acquire knowledge and competence in informatics and material science. They learn elements of discrete mathematics, differential and integration calculus, algebra, probabilistic methods etc. Classes in technical drawing and fundamentals of mechanics, electrical engineering, electronics and informatics will equip graduates with technical skills and competence. Modes of instruction: Lectures, labs, projects (interdisciplinary projects in international teams). Cooperating institutions/int'l partners: University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain Avans Hogeschool, the Netherlands Scholarships: Students may apply for scholarships under the Erasmus Programme.
Candidates have to hold a legalized maturity certificate or another foreign document that entitles one to continue education at the university level. Very good knowledge of English. Candidates holding Polish maturity certificates, for English language, have to obtain min. 60% of the points at the advanced level. Other requirements Very good knowledge of English. Candidates holding Polish maturity certificates, for English language, have to obtain min. 60% of the points at the advanced level.