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Inżynieria środowiska - studia drugiego stopnia, stacjonarne, 1. w zakr. Biotechnologia środowiskowa, ang. 2. w zakr. Inżynieria procesowa i ochrona środowiska ang. 3. w zakr. Biotechnologia, ang.

Szczegóły
Kod 49_SMU_IS_ANG
Jednostka organizacyjna Wydział Geoinżynierii
Kierunek studiów Inżynieria środowiska
Forma studiów Stacjonarne
Poziom kształcenia Drugiego stopnia
Profil studiów ogólnoakademicki
Języki wykładowe angielski
Limit miejsc 24
Czas trwania 3 semestry
Adres komisji rekrutacyjnej Prawochenskiego street 15, 10-720 Olsztyn, Poland., wg@uwm.edu.pl
Godziny otwarcia sekretariatu Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10.00-14.00
Adres WWW http://wg.uwm.edu.pl
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Environmental Engineering - second-cycle, full-time, in the field of Environmental Biotechnology

We offer a Master's course in Environmental Biotechnology for international students. Environmental Biotechnology is an exciting, fast-growing interdisciplinary field with excellent career opportunities. Our graduates with a Master's degree in this field possess skills in engineering and molecular biology that are in demand in a wide range of industries and scientific fields. 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 Master's students work with us on our research projects in our modern laboratories. The programme of Environmental Biotechnology assumes interdisciplinary knowledge and skills, including a combination of methods of molecular biotechnology, chemistry and environmental technologies for the protection and sustainable use of the environment.

 

Qualifications

Graduates possess advanced knowledge of natural sciences. They have technical expertise in the field of biotechnology, including bioenergy technologies. They can solve problems related to the use of the natural environment using various technologies, including remediation. They use molecular techniques as a tool to draw conclusions about the state of the environment. When dealing with damage to the environment, they can identify the risks and take action to restore environmental balance. Our graduates understand the desirability of continuing education, professional development and international cooperation, and are well prepared for doctoral studies if they choose this career path.

 

Professional permissions

Our graduates are prepared to work in companies that use innovative solutions in environmental biotechnology, including the exploitation of technological systems used in the environmental protection and design and operation of solutions used for renewable energy production. Our graduates are well prepared for a successful career in industry or academic international institutions.

 

Requirements

The course is open for applicants who have successfully completed a Bachelor’s degree with 210 ECTS or equivalent, or applicants who have completed a Master’s degree in one of the following areas: biotechnology, environmental engineering, chemical and process engineering, environmental protection, civil engineering, chemical technology or similar. The admission procedure requires the Bachelor's Degree Diploma with a transcript of records. 

 

Deadline for application

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

  

Accommodation

In dormitories in the University Campus.

  

Contact:

Dr Hab. Eng. Agnieszka Cydzik-Kwiatkowska

Phone +48 89 523 4194

 

Dr Hab. Eng. Magdalena Zielińska

Phone: +48 89 523 4185

 

E-mail: ee2.info@uwm.edu.pl  

 

Environmental Engineering - second-cycle, full-time, in the field of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection

 

Master’s program (MPE) allows you to earn a double Polish-German diploma of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn and the University of Applied Sciences in Offenburg. If you choose to study Process Engineering and Environmental Protection in the field of environmental engineering you will be introduced to the key concepts and problems related to chemistry, process engineering, technology and biotechnology used in environmental engineering and environmental protection and municipal management.

 

The program takes three semesters to complete: first semester at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, second semester at the University of Applied Sciences in Offenburg and third semester (Master thesis) is conducted either at one of the participating universities or externally at a suitable company or research institution.

 

Qualifications

The program provides knowledge on modern technologies of water treatment, wastewater treatment, waste management and utilization. You will be able to solve problems related to planning, designing and control of technological processes, supervision and operation of installations for water and wastewater treatment as well as disposal and management of municipal and industrial wastes, independently or in an international team. Students will know and apply advanced research techniques and tools as well as analytical and simulation methods.

 

Professional permissions

When you graduate Process Engineering, Environmental Protection, you can find employment in international corporations dealing with environmental engineering and environmental protection, industry, biogas plants and biorefineries, in state and local government administration bodies, in research institutes or continue their education in Ph.D. studies.

 

Requirements

Admission takes place consecutively for graduates who have successfully completed a Bachelor’s/Engineer’s degree with 210 ECTS (or equivalent) in the field of Environmental Engineering or similar fields. Students with a diploma of completion of studies abroad must present the diploma with a transcript of records during the admission procedure; the diploma will be verified by the Commission for the verification of documentation of candidates for English-language studies in the field of Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Geoengineering.

Payment

Free of charge, registration fee 85 PLN.

 

Deadline for application

The studies start at the end of February of a particular academic year. Application is organized in 4 phases (in September, November, January, and February). Students should apply much earlier if they need to obtain additional documents, e.g. a visa.

 

Accommodation

In dormitories in the University Campus.

 

Scholarships

While studying in Germany, you may receive an Erasmus+ scholarship. Additionally, if you are Polish citizen, you can apply for a scholarship from the Maria and George Dietrich Foundation. For your stay in Poland, you can apply for scientific scholarships.

 

 

By choosing our studies, you have a unique chance to obtain a double Polish-German diploma. We offer you studies under the supervision of academic teachers with many years of experience in conducting classes at international studies at the most beautiful university campus in Poland, located in the land of lakes and forests.

 

Contact:

Dr Hab. Eng. Katarzyna Bernat
Phone: +48 89 523 41 18
Fax: +48 89 523 41 31

E-mail: ee2.info@uwm.edu.pl  

 

Environmental Engineering - second-cycle, full-time, in the field of Biotechnology

 

Master’s program Biotechnology (MBT) allows you to earn a double Polish-German diploma of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn and the University of Applied Sciences in OffenburgIf you choose to study Biotechnology in the field of environmental engineering you will be introduced to the key concepts and problems related to the use of biotechnology in engineering and environmental protection as well as in the bioeconomy, including recovery of bioproducts and renewable energy from waste materials. 

The program provides microbiological knowledge on the basics of biotechnological processes in environmental engineering and presents the possibilities of biotechnology transfer from a laboratory scale to a technical scale. Students will have the opportunity to develop soft skills and creative thinking. They will learn about trends, perspectives, and limitations, including ethical ones, of a biotechnology-based economy. The program takes three semesters to complete: the first semester at The University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, the second semester at the University of Applied Sciences in Offenburg, and the third semester (Master thesis) is conducted either at one of the participating universities or externally at a suitable company or research institution.

Qualifications

After graduation from the Master’s program in Biotechnology, you will gain a wide theoretical and practical knowledge of modern biotechnologies related to engineering and environmental protection, and bioenergy production. You will develop skills to work individually and in an international team.

Professional permissions

Biotechnology graduates can find employment in international corporations dealing with biotechnology in engineering and environmental protection, industry, biogas plants, and biorefineries, in state and local government administration bodies operating in the bioeconomy, in research institutes or continue their education in Ph.D. studies.

Requirements

Admission takes place consecutively for graduates who have successfully completed a Bachelor’s/Engineer’s degree with 210 ECTS (or equivalent) in the field of Environmental Engineering or similar fields. Students with a diploma of completion of studies abroad must present the diploma with a transcript of records during the admission procedure; the diploma will be verified by the Commission for the verification of documentation of candidates for English-language studies in the field of Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Geoengineering. 

Payment

Free of charge, the registration fee is 85 PLN.

Deadline for application

The studies start at the end of February of a particular academic year. Application is organized in 4 phases (in September, November, January, and February). Students should apply much earlier if they need to obtain additional documents, e.g. a visa.

Accommodation

In dormitories on the University Campus.

Scholarships

While studying in Germany, you may receive an Erasmus+ scholarship. Additionally, if you are a Polish citizen, you can apply for a scholarship from the Maria and George Dietrich Foundation. For your stay in Poland, you can apply for scientific scholarships.

By choosing our studies, you have a unique chance to obtain a double Polish-German diploma. We offer you studies under the supervision of academic teachers with many years of experience in conducting classes in international studies at the most beautiful university campus in Poland, located in the land of lakes and forests.

Contact

Dr Hab. Eng. Agnieszka Cydzik-Kwiatkowska

Phone +48 89 523 4194

 

Dr Hab. Eng. Magdalena Zielińska

Phone: +48 89 523 4185

 

E-mail: ee2.info@uwm.edu.pl

 

Admission deadlines 2024/2025

http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/admission-deadlines-20232024

 

ADDMISSION RULES

http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students

 

How to apply

http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/how-apply

 

Documents required 

http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/documents-required-admission-process

 

Translation of documents

 http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/translation-documents

 

Legalisation of documents

 http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/legalisation-documents

 

 

 Contact details

Office for International Cooperation

University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

Oczapowskiego St. 2

10-719 Olsztyn, Poland

e-mail: bwm@uwm.edu.pl

https://www.facebook.com/OfficeForInternationalCooperationUWMOlsztyn

The office is open to visitors from Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 2 PM.

Żaneta Kulawczyk
Phone: +48 89 524 57 64
zaneta.kulawczyk@uwm.edu.pl


Documents required from foreigners – candidates for studies:

1. Admission application (signed manually).

2. In case of second-cycle studies –a certified copy of diploma of higher education institution issued abroad with a full list of grades obtained during the course of study (with apostille or legalization), entitling to undertake supplementary master’s degree studies in the country where it was issued, recognized under the regulations, as equivalent to the Polish diploma of higher vocational studies.

Important: Original documents available on request.

3. A certificate of Polish language knowledge (only for candidates who want to study in Polish).

4. Application form from IRK online admission system.

5. A photocopy of a passport (the page with a photo). Original document available on request.

6. A receipt proving the payment of the enrolment fee (85 PLN - more information).

7. A copy of a document authorizing legal stay in Poland. Original document available on request.

8. A copy of a documents confirming insurance. Original document available on request.

Please note:

Certificate of secondary education and diplomas with a full list of grades must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator or a consul. Other documents in foreign language may by translated by a chosen translator (it does not have to be sworn translator or a consul).

http://bwm.uwm.edu.pl/en/international-students/required-documents

Requirements

The condition for applying for admission to the master studies - the master's is to have the diploma of graduation from one of the following courses:

1.Enviromental Engineering

2. Other Fields of Study

The criterion of recruitment is the ranking of the final result of studies - without being aligned to the full grade, within the specified limit of places.