Type: 
University of Technology
Region: 
Dolnośląskie
Programme: 
Nuclear power engineering
Area: 
Technological sciences
Level: 
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
3 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Master
Scholarships available: 
based on merit
Application deadline: 
Monday, 30 November, 2020
Language: 
EN
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 1 February, 2021
Credits (ECTS): 
90
Admission requirements: 

Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in the related field. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer.

»» Deadline for application: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl
»» English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online
»» Application fee: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl

 
Description: 
Field of study: Power Engineering
 
Specialization: Nuclear Power Engineering
 
The Master in Nuclear Power Engineering is an international programme which aims to provide foreign and Polish students with an extensive and detailed knowledge and skills in the key fields pertaining to nuclear energy. It offers a number of specialized courses, including lectures, laboratories and classes, covering a wide range of topics from nuclear reactor physics, thermal hydraulics and radiation protection to fuel cycle, and nuclear power plant safety, operation and maintenance. The graduates are prepared to develop engineering careers in the energy sector with a special emphasis on the nuclear power industry. The programme is realized in collaboration with foreign and national institutes and companies, and is supported by visiting professors and industrial specialists.
 
SEMESTER 1 
» Applied Mathematics 
» Physics - Selected Issues 
» Numerical Methods 
» Selected Problems of Thermal-Flow Processes 
» Heat Transfer and Mass Flow in Nuclear Reactors 
» Nuclear Physics and Reactor Theory 
» Nuclear Fuel Cycle 
» Radioisotopes and Ionizing Radiation Protection 
» Foreign Language B2+ 
 
SEMESTER 2 
» Mathematical Modeling of Energy Generation Installation 
» New Generation Energy Technologies 
» Advanced Nuclear Power Reactors 
» Nuclear Machinery and Equipment 
» Materials Engineering 
» Nuclear Safety and Security 
» Management Course (elective) 
» Foreign Language (next language, any level) 
 
SEMESTER 3 
» Energy Systems 
» Thermonuclear Power Generation 
» Humanities Course (elective) 
» Master Seminar 
» Master Thesis
 
JOB PROSPECTS
The graduates become nuclear power engineers and typically work for: 
» electric power generation, distribution and sales companies, 
» nuclear industry subcontractors, 
» service and equipment suppliers for the energy sector, 
» nuclear research and development institutes, nuclear regulatory authorities and other related bodies of public administration.

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