MSc in Management and Production Engineering


Area of Studies

business studies and management sciences



Degree (in English)

Master of Science

  • English
ECTS points



International Faculty of Engineering, Lodz University of Technology

Tuition and Other Fees

8000 PLN per semester

Application Deadline(s)

From 03rd of June till 15th of July

Course Description

Course Profile
The successful graduate from the second-cycle degree programme in Management and Production Engineering has advanced knowledge of production engineering and complex computer-aided support for decision-making processes in an organization. The programme enables the graduate to learn the skills to apply modern methods and techniques to analysis and evaluation of internal resources and development of company’s operational and growth strategies, especially production management strategy and implementation costs. The process of education prepares the successful graduate to perform analyses, develop organizational, technical, construction content, and design production processes, perform organizational roles at various levels of company management, carry out managerial tasks in production, service, consulting, design, research and other operations.
Education Requirements
In order to obtain a diploma of the second cycle studies leading to magister degree it is necessary to: - Obtain no less than 90 ECTS points
- Achieve the learning outcomes for a given field of study which are in line with the learning outcomes for a given field/ fields of education according to the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Other Requirements
According to the Polish law of 2007, it is possible to recognize some of the courses included in a study programme on the basis of the qualifications obtained outside a higher education institution.
Particularly: - A student who documented professional experience or has run own business consistent with a programme of a training included in the study program, can have such a training recognized,
- A student who possesses a certificate of the knowledge of a foreign language on the level defined in the educational standards for a given field of study and a level of education can be exempt from a duty to participate in such courses, - A student who possesses European Computer Driving License can be exempt from a duty to participate in information technology courses. Below the forms of activities not included in a study programmes for which ECTS points can be awarded are enumerated: - Participation in the activities of scientific circles, - Participation in a research project, - Participation in a project conducted for the needs of industry, - Professional work, - Vocational qualifications confirmed by certificates, - Participation in lectures/ seminars conducted by the representatives of companies - Placement abroad, - Sport achievement.


International Cooperation Centre
36 Zwirki St., 90-539 Lodz, Poland
tel: +48 42 638 38 64