6. Master Degree: Gas Technology and Renewable Energy. Field of study: Mechanical Engineering. Duration: 1,5 years (3 semesters), ECTS points: 90. Tuition fee: EU citizens - free of charge, NON EU citizens - 2000€ per year. Registration fee: EU citizens – 85 PLN, NON EU citizens - 200€. Programme begins: end of February. Programme ends: end of June. Deadline for application: end of November. Education requirements: English language – level B2 and Bachelor degree or its equivalent in engineering or applied sciences with qualification in mechanical engineering or heat engineering. Contact: E-mail: study@put.poznan.pl  Tel: + 48 61 665 35 44 Fax: +48 61 665 39 56

The most important direction of energy development for in coming years in most of countries of the world is the one considered to be based on a significant increase in natural gas construction. Particularly in such countries as Poland, where 90% of electricity and 86% of heat is produced from the combustion of coal, increasing of natural gas is the most important economic activity for the next decades. From high-power engineering based on combined cycle gas turbine unit CCGT on the distributed cogeneration systems based on gas engines in the most important direction of development of energy, not only in Europe or Poland but other countries as well. Additionally power based on natural gas can efficiently be supported by renewable energy above all mostly: solar, wind and geothermal. Renewable energy sources are difficult to be used and expensive to operate, but in co-operation with natural gas technology are very, very promising. Lectures, exercises and laboratories will be carry out by the staff associated with the PUT-Laboratory of Gas Technology (LGT) and also internships will be given in modern industry natural gas companies. A significant part of the lectures will be conducted by employees of a major international research institutions such as The Technical University of Munich, Institute of Geology and Geophysics in Potsdam – Germany, Spain, The Royal Institute of Technology at Stockholm. Lectures will also be conducted by outstanding employees with the best Polish academic centers.

7. Master Degree: Composites and Nanomaterial’s. Field of study: Chemical Technology. Duration: 1,5 years (3 semesters), ECTS points: 90. Tuition fee: EU citizens - free of charge, NON EU citizens - 2000€ per year. Registration fee: EU citizens - 85 PLN, NON EU citizens - 200€. Programme begins: end of February. Programme ends: end of June. Deadline for application: end of December. Education requirements: English language – level B2 and Bachelor of Science degree. Contact: E-mail: study@put.poznan.pl  Tel : + 48 61 665 35 44Fax: + 48 61 665 39 56.

Master studies in Chemical Technology–Composites and Nanomaterial’s last for three semesters starting in February each year. The first semester is partly devoted to amend the basic knowledge in chemical technology for candidates studying abroad and those persons who at their bachelor level, studied directions different from chemical technology to reach standards defined by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Regular courses contain physical and inorganic chemistry, engineering of materials and chemical reactors, technology of polymers, processing of nanomaterial’s and composites. Courses on modelling and simulation are included. Laboratory classes allow toper form synthesis and detailed characterization of composites together with their various practical application using the specific physical, mechanical and electrochemical properties. Ecology and recycling is also in the programme a swell as advanced materials for generation and storage of energy. The students have also a possibility to select elective courses during studies, e.g. bio-technology, medical aspects and others. A graduate can be employed in research and industry.

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Students: 20 594

Foreign students: 200

Teachers: 1302 including 274 research directors

Diplomas: Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.

Faculties: 10

Disciplines taught: 90 at Bachelor and Master Degree's, 36 Post Master's Programmes, 16 Ph.D. Programmes

International:

The Poznan University of Technology has signed 370 agreements under The Erasmus Exchange Programme, 174 bilateral contracts with higher education institutions from UE  and  Turkey,  70 with NON European higher educations institutions.