Non-Ferrous Metals Science and Engineering: Modern Materials Design and Application

 

First term of studies, consists of four obligatory leading courses that end up with exams, second term of studies consists of two obligatory courses that end up with exams and three courses finished with tests. In the last term, instead of leading courses, preparation of master thesis is included (20 ECTS), realized individually under supervision of a scientific advisor. Courses regarding humanistic and social sciences for total of 5 ECTS will be conducted during the first and second term. Generally, in the whole cycle student may choose courses for total of 28 ECTS.

Range of learning in the second-cycle studies includes courses on fundamentals on non-ferrous metals science and metals engineering, production and properties of composite materials, nanomaterials, powders, light alloys, biomaterials as well as modelling of structure and strength of plastically deformed materials and innovative processes of non-ferrous metals and modern surface engineering.

 

Recommendations: On the specialty of modern materials will be recruited university graduates of any first-cycle studies (BSc) who meet the requirements of a qualification exam. Besides, a candidate should have knowledge of English language enabling the continuation of education in this language (at least B2 level).