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The programme is open to all international and Polish applicants. Eligible for admission are holders of a bachelor, master, engineer or equivalent degree in any discipline as well as document acknowledging candidate's sufficient proficiency in English (B2 level). A candidate is qualified according to his/her GPA obtained during previous studies.
For candidates who have completed their studies in the area of knowledge other than science or life science recruitment will consist of two stages. In the first stage, candidates will have to take part in the interview in English. A list of issues to discuss dring interview at www.irk.uw.edu.pl. The second stage of recruitment is based on candidates’ GPAs obtained during previous studies.
More information: www.irk.uw.edu.pl
Graduate of the second-cycle Chemistry Studies in English will:
- possess sufficient knowledge of chemistry, considerably improved since the first degree course;
- be fluent in and possess working knowledge of the issues within the chosen area;
- be sufficiently competent in the field of mathematics for quantitative description, understanding and modeling problems of average level complexity;
- be prepared to work in chemical laboratories, both traditional and those equipped with the state-of -the-art technology;
- be capable of gathering and critically analyzing data necessary to publish research results;
- be able to prepare and present papers as well as conduct content-related discussions with specialists;
- possess sufficient abilities to solve chemical problems, including the unusual ones, especially within chosen specialization;
- be motivated for lifelong learning and professional development;
- be prepared to organize group work and manage team-work.