MSc in Modern Materials, Design and Application


Area of Studies

engineering, technology



Degree (in English)

second-cycle studies

  • English
Course Duration

3 semesters – 1.5 years

ECTS points



Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metals

Application Deadline(s)

winter time (January - February)

Course Description

Course Profile

Modern Materials Design and Application (MMDA) master’s degree program is an educational offer dedicated to graduate students with general background in materials science including materials physics, chemistry, and engineering. The coursework program of MMDA allows students to grow adept in the knowledge and skills of advanced materials and processing technologies. The programme encompasses lecture, seminar, project, and laboratory classes focused on the designing processes and materials, application of modern synthesis and processing techniques including plastic working, heat treatment, powder metallurgy and other advanced technologies featured for modern materials science. Courses and activities are aimed into better understanding structure-property-performance-application relationship and to give students an expertise in evaluating, designing, improving and fabrication of unique materials based on non-ferrous metals and alloys. Curriculum of MMDA introduces also courses allowing students to develop communication and presentation skills, entrepreneurial initiatives, teamwork, and leadership skills as well as socio-economic competencies.

Detailed study programme:


Programme details - contact:

Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metals

PhD, DSc Anna Kula, AGH UST Professor

Phone: +48 12 617 44 37



Recruitment details - contact:

Department for International Students

phone: +48 12 617 50 92


Next begins
February / March