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Lodz University of Technology

address: 36 Zwirki St., 90-539 Lodz
phone: +48 42 638 38 64
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MSc in Advanced Mechanical Engineering






Graduates of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering are specialists wanted to be employed as a designer engineers, technologists or general mechanics specialists in all branches of industry. They can work in power engineering, transport, management or even banking. The skills acquired during study allow to found and manage their own production or service firms. Numerous graduates of this Faculty are employed in research institutes, design offices and consulting companies. Such a wide range of employment opportunities is based on the comprehensive engineering education acquired during the studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Lodz University Technology. They include not only wide range of engineering subjects but are also enhanced by the studies of informatics, marketing and management, foreign languages and selected humanistic subjects.


Winter Semester: 1st June till 14th July 2017
Summer Semester: 1st November till 15th December 2017


Winter Semester: 1st June till 15th July 2016
Summer Semester: 1st November till 30th November 2016
After the candidates are accepted,they should subbmit the original application documents and after that they will receive an Acceptance Letter on the basis of which the Polish Embassy issues visa.


Prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Stefański
ul. Stefanowskiego 1/15
90-924 Łódź
Tel. 426312230
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

education requirements

To qualify for the master’s degree, a student must successfully complete a one-term course amounting to 45 hours (full-time students) and 30 hours (part-time students) in a foreign language in the Language Center at TUL at B2+ level as specified in CEFR in one of the languages listed above. Students of both the first and the second cycle degree programmes are supposed to:
- Undergo a training on occupational safety and health
- Undergo a training on the Law of Higher Education
- Undergo a library training
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