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Safety Engineering - full-time first cycle (Bachelor) study programme

Details
Code M-IB-ST1
Organizational unit Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering
Field of studies Safety Engineering
Form of studies Full-time
Level of education First cycle (Bachelor)
Language(s) of instruction Polish
Duration 3,5 years (7 semesters)
Recruitment committee address aleja Tysiąclecia Państwa Polskiego 7, budynek B
25-314 Kielce
Office opening hours poniedziałek 11.00-14.00
wtorek 11.00-14.00
środa nieczynny
czwartek 11.00-14.00
piątek 11.00-14.00
w dniach zjazdów: 15.00 – 17.00
sobota / w dniach zjazdów: 8.30 – 11.30
WWW address https://wmibm.tu.kielce.pl/
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Phase 1 (08.04.2024 08:00 – 31.08.2024 23:59)

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  • Recruitment for full-time first cycle (Bachelor) study programmes 2024/2025
    Phase 1 (20.05.2024 08:00 – 15.07.2024 23:59)

Safety Engineering 

full-time study

  • undergraduate (first-cycle) programme 3.5 years (7 semesters) in duration

leading to an inżynier qualification (bachelor’s degree)

specialisms:

–   workplace and transport safety

–   internal security engineering

–   industrial safety systems

–   forensic science and criminology

part-time (weekend) study

  • undergraduate (first-cycle) programme 4 years (8 semesters) in duration

leading to an inżynier qualification (bachelor’s degree)

specialisms:

–   workplace and transport safety

–   internal security engineering

–   industrial safety systems 

–   forensic science and criminology

Overview of the undergraduate (first-cycle) programme

Students specialising in workplace and transport safety will develop knowledge of safety for transport, safe operation and maintenance of industrial machinery and systems, and risk management. The focus will be on the knowledge of safety in industrial facilities, including logistics, recycling, electrical safety and safety requirements for machining processes and equipment. On completion of this programme, students will be prepared to perform tasks associated with safe operation and maintenance of machines and equipment in the transport, manufacturing and public administration sectors. During the programme, students of this specialism may obtain a forklift truck licence issued by  the Office of Technical Inspection.

Students choosing the industrial safety systems specialism will gain knowledge and skills to organise a safe working environment, manage rescue and emergency operations by planning and overseeing safety procedures, assess hazards and risks at the workplace, and devise and implement health and safety measures. The focus will be on developing knowledge of workstation assessment, workplace ergonomics, safety devices and features, personal protective equipment and industrial system safety. The knowledge and skills of occupational health and safety gained during the programme will prepare students to work as safety inspectors and other specialists dealing with safety issues.

Students specialising in internal security engineering will learn about the essentials of weapons engineering, especially the design, production and use of weapons and ammunition. They will have knowledge of internal, external and terminal ballistics as well as mechanical failure analysis. They will be taught how to maintain and protect public administration buildings and other public facilities; they will also learn about the organisation and responsibilities of uniformed services in Poland. 

Students choosing the forensic science and criminology specialism will have knowledge of the design, manufacture and safe operation of weapons, ammunition and fuzes. They will develop knowledge of state-of-the-art forensic analysis methods, especially forensic ballistics, as well as collection and preservation of forensic evidence, and forensic examination and investigation. Students will gain knowledge of data protection and cryptographic methods.


Required Documents:

  1. secondary school certificate containing a transcript of marks – in the original language and sworn translation into English or Polish
  2. Legalization/Apostille of the originally issued diploma and transcript of marks
  3. valid passport (pages with photo and personal data)
  4. visa (if required and obtained)
  5. language confirmation (not necessary for citizens of English-speaking countries)
  6. health insurance (before arrival at KUT)

Required documents (from the IRK system)

  1. eligibility statement – a confirmation
  2. signed application letter
  3. personal questionnaire
  4. after arrival statement
  5. candidate’s statement

Fees:

  • Tuition fee for course in English = €1,200 per semester
  • Tuition fee for course in Polish = €600 per semester
  • Application fee = €20
  • Application fee for Architecture = €35