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e-mail: bwm@pk.edu.pl
Sekcja Programu Erasmus
e-mail: erasmus@pk.edu.pl

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Studia pełne
Studenci międzynarodowi
STUDIUJ Z NAMI
Studia dyplomowe (BCs, MSc, PhD) - rok 2016/2017.
Politechnika Krakowska ma w swojej ofercie różne warianty studiów. Pięć Wydziałów oferuje studia w języku angielskim
Studia częściowe
studenci międzynarodowi
Studia częściowe
Politechnika Krakowska dysponuje szeroką ofertą studiów częściowych w języku angielskim. Mogą z nich skorzystać studenci uczelni partnerskich. Kursy takie trwają jeden lub maksymalnie dwa semestry.
Studia częściowe
Studenci PK wyjeżdżający do zagranicznych uczelni partnerskich
Studenci wyjeżdżający
Studentów zainteresowanych wyjazdem na wymianę (poza Programem Erasmus +) zapraszamy do śledzenia aktualności na stronie. Umieszczamy tam informacje o aktualnie prowadzonych rekrutacjach.

Studia II stopnia

Studia II stopnia - r. akad. 2018/2019


Politechnika Krakowska oferuje wiele wariantów studiowania. Obecnie oferta edukacyjna Uczelni obejmuje 25 kierunków studiów I i II stopnia, które prowadzone są na 7 wydziałach. Na 4 wydziałach można studiować w języku angielskim. 

Uprzejmie informujemy, że trwa nabór na studia drugiego stopnia (studia rozpoczynają się zgodnie z harmonogramem w lutym) dla kandydatów cudzoziemców ubiegających się o przyjęcie na zasadach innych niż obowiązujących obywateli polskich.

Przypominamy o konieczności elektronicznej rejestracji. Szczegóły na http://dwm.pk.edu.pl/diploma-studies-2/.


* Kandydaci cudzoziemcy aplikujący na studia na zasadach dotyczących studentów polskich proszeni są o kontakt z Działem Kształcenia. E-mail: rekrutacja@pk.edu.pl numer telefonu: +48 12 632 86 44 lub www: rekrutacja.pk.edu.pl 


Oferta studiów II stopnia w języku angielskim w roku 2018/19


Bachelor's Degree

Second-cycle programme in COMPUTER SCIENCE  starts in October


Department: Faculty of Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science

Duration: 2 academic years (4 semesters)

ECTS credits: 120


Programme description:

Nowadays the Computer Science is present everywhere in a human life. Computers are commonly used for working, getting and broadcasting of information, data processing, production management, air- sea- and land traffic control, communication, multimedia and etc. People, who are familiar with modern information techniques, who are able to force computers for use all their possibilities, who know how to exploit capabilities of complex computer networks and who are willing to write programs for a new sophisticated applications are wanted for almost all branches of human activity. Our graduates may obtain a professional knowledge in these and many other problems connected with the use of computers. They will be able to work with project management, software engineering, implementation and management of modern informatics’ systems. They will be also able to manage of data bases, internet services, computer systems and networks. They will know how to solve problems in these fields, starting from their analysis, building UML models, creation of algorithms and writing suitable software. Our graduates can get a job in big or small business, industry, telecommunication, administration, services, education, multimedia and many other places.

The program of studies:

Web page: http://www.pk.edu.pl/fmi

Eligibility/Admission: Students who have completed Bachelor Program in Computer Science or related field and earned Bachelor’s Degree

Detailed programme of studies

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Second-cycle programme in INNOVATIVE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES starts in February


Faculty/Department: Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology

Duration: 3 semesters

ECTS points: 120

Program description:

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology invites foreign students to enrol on 3-semester master studies in English for a major in Innovative Chemical Technologies (ICT).

Major and specialization courses related to industrial catalysis, organic and inorganic technology, production of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, modern biotechnologies and analytical methods in chemical technology will be carried out from the 2nd to the 3rd semester of the studies.


Education requirements:

1. Completion of Bachelor Program in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or a chemistry- related discipline, equivalent to 210 ECTS credits, at the level of not less than 60% of maximum grade points in each credited course.
2. Bachelor Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering of chemistry-related discipline
3. Positive verification of B.Sc diploma and transcript of grades by the Admission Committee.
4. Competency in English at the level of at least B2.

Detailed programme of studies

MSc in Architecture

Second-cycle programme in ARCHITECTURE  starts in February

accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education


Faculty/Department: The Faculty of Architecture 

Duration: 3 semesters

ECTS points: 90


Program of studies accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects:

Starting from Spring Semester, the Faculty of Architecture Cracow University of Technology offers three-semester (1.5-year) Master’s Degree Studies in English (M.Arch.).

The offer of these studies is meant for students with Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and prepares them for professional practice as architects. The programme of studies is exactly the same as the curriculum in Polish which is a professional degree programme accredited by The Polish Accreditation Committee, The Accreditation Commission for Polish Universities of Technology, the EU evaluation as well as The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) evaluation. The programme of studies lasts for three semesters. The total number of ECTS credits is 90 (30 per semester). The total number of hours is 900 plus 150 for Internships after the 1st semester (1st semester: 405h +150h; 2nd semester: 390h, 3rd semester: 75h).

The Master of Architecture programme of studies focuses on a wide range of issues directly affecting contemporary architecture and urban design:

• Architectural and urban design in the fields of multifamily housing and public use buildings, • Spatial and regional planning,

• Preservation of monuments and revalorization of urban complexes with design for conservation,

• Landscape architecture, architecture and planning in the countryside,

• Building construction systems and building structures,

• Theory of architecture and urban design as well as spatial and regional planning,

• History of art, culture and contemporary urban design,

• Ecology and environmental protection. Design, history, theory and building structure    technology are taught to prepare students for professional registration as architects in the  European Union.

Detailed programme of studies

MSc in Chemical Engineering

Second-cycle programme in MECHANICS AND MACHINE DESIGN starts in February


PROGRAM TITLE: ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS

Faculty/Department: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Applied Mechanics

Duration: 3 semesters

ECTS points: 90

Program description:

Advanced Computational Mechanics (ACM) is addressed for students who want to increase their knowledge in mechanics and computer application in design of structures (CAD, FEM), material design (CAMD), material selection (CAMS), manufacturing (CAM) and monitoring of machines. Program of studies: Regular: Advanced mathematics (4 ECTS), Engineering mathematics II (2 ECTS), Solid state physics (2 ECTS), Continuum mechanics (2 ECTS), Analytical mechanics (2 ECTS), Numerical methods II (2 ECTS), Objectoriented programming (1 ECTS), Material science II (4 ECTS), Modern structural materials (2 ECTS), Advanced modeling of materials and structures (5 ECTS), Modeling in machine design (4 ECTS), Integrated processing systems (3 ECTS), Advanced FEM modeling (4 ECTS), Advanced strength of materials (2 ECTS), Dynamics of mechanical systems (2 ECTS), Experimental mechanics of solids (2 ECTS), Individual project (5 ECTS), Seminar (3 ECTS), Final project (20 ECTS)
Total: 675 h


Electives: Computational fluid mechanics (2 ECTS),Computational thermodynamics and heat transfer (2 ECTS), Computational structural design (2 ECTS) Computational stability of structures (2 ECTS), Computational optimization of structures (2 ECTS), Computational vibro-acoustics (2 ECTS), Computational fluid mechanics (2 ECTS), Computational methods in automation control (2 ECTS), Computational mechatronics (2 ECTS), Continuum damage mechanics (1 ECTS), Advanced control of systems (1 ECTS), Intelligent structures (1 ECTS), Design of materials (1 ECTS), Optimal selection of materials (1 ECTS), Machine diagnostics (1 ECTS)
Total: 255 h

Eligibility/Admission: Students who have finished BSc course in Mechanical Engineering with diploma

Detailed programme of studies

MSc in COMPUTER SCIENCE

Second-cycle programme in CIVIL ENGINEERING  starts in February

accredited by the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education

Candidates for this programme must posses BSc in Civil Engineering and be fluent in Eurocodes usage!

detailed program of studies

Second-cycle programme in POWER ENGINEERING starts in February


Faculty/Department: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Duration: 3 semesters

ECTS points: 90

Energy Systems and Machinery is the Power Engineering MSc studies program taught in English. The target audience are both Polish and foreign students. The course consists of three semesters. At the first semester the basic subjects are included (e.g. Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Power Plant Technology and Numerical Methods among others). The second semester is dedicated to the Directional Subjects (e.g. Computational Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics) and specialization subjects depending on the selected module. The classes are conducted by researchers from Poland and world recognized foreign lecturers. The study program is tailored to the market needs and taking into account modern scientific trends including: design of energy systems, experimental investigation of energy systems, mathematical modeling of energy systems, and the application of modern computer techniques (e.g. Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Element Method) for energy systems analysis and design.

The course consists of two modules:

  • Energy Systems, which is dedicated to conventional power plants and systems
  • Renewable Energy which is dedicated to heating systems and renewable energy technologies

The best students have the opportunity to perform master's thesis in collaboration with leading foreign universities and to start the PhD study in Power Engineering.

The program comprises the following courses:

Advanced Mathematics for Engineers
Thermodynamics of energy processes
Heat Transfer
Fluid Mechanics
Strength of Material
Power Plant Technology
Electrical Energy Conversion And Distribution
Numerical Methods
Computational Structural Analysis
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Programming Methods for Engineers
Computer Aided Design
Energy Audit
Steam Boilers
Steam and Gas Turbines
Monitoring And Control Of Distributed Energy Sources
Energy Management
Measurments in Thermal and Flow Systems
Water Treatment
Environmental Protection
Fuel Combustion
Heat Exchangers
Pumps and Ventilation Systems
Mid-course project
MSc Thesis
Diploma seminar

Education requirements:

1. Completion of Bachelor Program in Mechanical / Power Engineering, equivalent to 210 ECTS credits, at the level of not less than 60% of maximum grade points in each credited course.
2. Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering
3. Positive verification of B.Sc diploma and transcript of grades by the Admission Committee.
4. Competency in English at the level of at least B2.

Second-cycle programme in LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE starts in February


Faculty/Department: Faculty of Architecture

Duration: 3 semesters

ECTS points: 90

The Master of Landscape Architecture study programme focuses on contemporary issues of sustainable use of existing landscape resources. It follows the guidelines of IFLA/UNESCO Charter for Landscape Architectural Education, the IFLA Guidance Document for Recognition or Accreditation – Professional Education Programmes in Landscape Architecture and ECLAS Guidance on Landscape Architecture Education. The special emphasis is put on landscape design and landscape planning, as well as development of advanced professional competences of students. The specifics of Landscape Architecture study programme at CUT is demonstrated in the development of Integrated Design Studio – semester projects covering broad range of technical, environmental, cultural and design issues, resulting in one individual project prepared by students in each semester. The projects are supported by the selection of theoretical subjects carried out simultaneously.

Education requirements:

1. Bachelor Degree in Landscape Architecture
2. Competency in English at the level of at least B2
3. portfolio comprising reduced reproductions of:
- drawing section of bachelor diploma,
- drawing section of two selected semester projects prepared by the candidate during the course of 1st cycle studies, assumed the best in candidate’s opinion.

The portfolio must be submitted in the electronic form.

Candidates are required to submit a signed declaration, in which:

  1. a candidate declares, that the charts attached to the portfolio constitute the copy of the bachelor diploma project submitted for the diploma examination, as well as the copies of the two semester projects developed by the candidate at the university, which the candidate graduates from:
    • were developed by the candidate personally as semester projects and as a part of bachelor diploma project,
    • have not been modified in any way by any method after final assessment of semester project and after obtaining the relevant professional title after passing the diploma exam and no additional charts developed later have been attached.
  2. a candidate indicates the university where he/she completed the 1st cycle studies and the date of graduation.

The above-mentioned statements should be submitted together with the portfolio.