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Environmental Engineering - first-cycle, full-time, in the field of Environmental Engineering, ang.

Details
Code 49_SI_INZS_ANG
Organizational unit Faculty of Geoengineering
Field of studies Environmental engineering
Form of studies Full-time
Level of education First level
Educational profile academic
Language(s) of instruction English
Admission limit 24
Duration 7 semester
Recruitment committee address Prawochenskiego street 15, 10-720 Olsztyn, Poland., wg@uwm.edu.pl
Office opening hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10.00-14.00
WWW address http://wg.uwm.edu.pl
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Past phases in this registration:
  • Phase 1 (22.04.2021 00:00 – 08.07.2021 15:00)

We offer a Bachelor’s course in Environmental Engineering for international students, course  last 7 semesters. The programme in Environmental Engineering is focused on engineering problems related to the protection of environment and sustainable development. Alumni, owing the Engineer’s title, will have engineering skills built upon the more general knowledge of basic subjects such as chemistry, mathematics, physics, biology and microbiology. The students are given general knowledge about environment components and basic environmental technologies used in water protection, water and sewage processing, soil remediation and land reclamation, waste management and air protection. Environmental aspects of the bioenergy production are stressed and an emphasis is put on the microbial bases of biotechnological processes in environmental engineering. The students will gain a basic knowledge of environmental law, quality assessment and management in relation to the national and international perspectives. Our teachers have years of experience in teaching international students. They are actively involved in the field, with a variety of ongoing research programs and many international publications. We are committed to both practical and theoretical education, so our students work with us on our research projects in our modern laboratories. The programme of Environmental Engineering assumes interdisciplinary knowledge and skills.

  

Qualifications

The graduates will specialize in individual topics through the choice of elective courses in various areas of environment and environmental technologies. They will master the ability to use computer techniques also for designing. The graduates will be prepared to exploit and assess the efficiency of operation of technical devices and facilities forming technical infrastructure systems in the field of: water supply and wastewater disposal, water and wastewater treatment, disposal and utilization of sewage sludge, and waste management. The graduate will be prepared for diagnostic measurements and control of effectiveness of technologies related to environmental engineering.

  

Professional permissions

The graduate can find employment in municipal economy enterprises, in construction and installation companies, in operational and technical services of industrial plants (operation of facilities, networks and installations related to water intake, treatment and distribution, wastewater disposal and treatment, waste management), in state and local government administration bodies, sanitary supervision and environmental protection services as well as in industry trade companies.

 

Requirements

IB diploma, EB diploma, and a certificate of completing secondary education issued abroad. 
Detailed information are available at the website:  http://www.uwm.edu.pl/en/study-at-uwm/eligibility-criteria

 

Payment

The cost is 5,000 PLN/semester.

 

Deadline for application

The studies start in October of a particular academic year. Application is up to end of September but apply much earlier if you need to obtain additional documents, e.g. a visa.

 

Contact:

Prof.. Marcin Zieliński

E-mail: marcin.zielinski@uwm.edu.pl
Phone: +48 895234124


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