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|Form of studies||Full-time|
|Level of education||second cycle|
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- Phase 1 (13.04.2022 00:00 – 30.06.2022 23:59)
Studies in English
Phase 1 (21.03.2023 00:00 – 20.06.2023 23:59)
Food Engineering - Discipline: Nutrition and Food Technology
Faculty: Food Technology
Main field: Food Technology and Human Nutrition
Discipline: Nutrition and Food Technology
Program Director: prof. dr. hab. Aleksandra Duda-Chodak
Contact person: dr hab. inż. Anna Ptaszek, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees: the candidates are requested to pay enrolment fee of 20 EUR
Tuition fee: 1 700 EUR/ semester
Accommodation in student house 100 EUR per month
Students limit: 30 persons
English B2 level by means of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR or equivalent
Graduates in Food Engineering are equipped with knowledge and skills in the field of food engineering as well as food technology and nutrition and is prepared to work on engineering and managerial positions in food industry. She/he knows the principles of market operation and understands the basics of marketing products and services related to planning and food production management, as well as knows the formal and legal issues functioning in this segment of economic activity. Has habits of lifelong learning and knows how to use a specialist language in the field of study. The graduate is prepared to undertake research challenges. A graduate of Food Engineering is prepared to work in all types of food industry production plants, including those dealing with the preparation of functional additives for food or industry units dealing with the design and construction of equipment for food industry plants. The graduate also has the necessary basics in the field of law and economy needed to set up his own business.
Admission to full-time second-cycle studies in the field of Food Engineering may be applied to all who have obtained a diploma with the professional title of engineer in the fields of Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Brewing and Malting, Food Production Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, Chemical and Process Engineering, Chemical Technology, Nanotechnology, Biochemical Engineering, Biochemical Technology, Biotechnology (including Industrial Biotechnology or Food Biotechnology), Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering and Agroengineering. Graduates of other fields of study will also be admitted, however, the prerequisite is to have the professional title of engineer/master's degree in engineering or to obtain at least 210 ECTS in the undergraduate courses of first-cycle studies, covering engineering competences.
Applicants should be fluent in English (B2 level by means of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR or equivalent). In case of lack of language certificate an online interview is possible.