Results of the questionnaire regarding the functioning of the Faculty of Mechatronics Dean’s Office.

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Results of the questionnaire regarding the functioning of the Faculty of Mechatronics Dean’s Office.
Kalina Wilk

When I selected my graduate studies, I already had an idea about things that interested me and also those I did not want to devote my time to. As a result of entering graduate tutor studies I was able to leave out certain courses that up until then had been obligatory in case of my selected specialisation and add the courses that suited my needs. More freedom when selecting courses was also a big advantage of the Erasmus+ students exchange programme. Before that, it was much harder to achieve full academic programme cohesion with the host university. Because of that, a great many people resigned from the programme. Myself, being a student of graduate tutor studies, has no problem with that at all. And I would never give up the experience of studying in the Basque Country at the Mondragon Unibertsitatea!

Events

27
Jan

PolyJam2021

21:30 - 31 Jan 20:00

28
Jan

Jak zmienić świat wraz ze Schneider Electric?

15:30

During the 2020/2021 summer term we will open recruitment for MA studies for the following studies:

 

  • mechatronics (limit: 85 people)
  • automatics, robotics and industrial IT (limit: 55 people)
  • biomedical engineering (limit 30 people)
  • Mechatronics studies in English (limit: 24 people)

Important information about the recruitment process

As a result of limitations stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, the current academic year will differ from the preceding years at our Faculty. Which aspects of our activity will be different?

The Dean’s Office receives petitioners Monday to Friday between 10-12 and 13-15.

The Faculty of Mechatronics of Warsaw University of Technology offers a broad range of studies combining a number of different disciplines. Its studies include Mechatronics, Atomatics, Robotics and Industrial IT, and Biomedical Engineering. The effect of this interdisciplinary approach, unique to our Faculty, is a flexible offer resulting from the fact that the students may select their specialization and selectible courses. The graduates of the Faculty of Mechatronics are prepared to work as a part of interdisciplinary teams engaged in designing, manufacturing, implementing and using mechatronic devices.