Description of the specialisation

The graduate of the Transport Systems Engineering and Management specialisation has acquired extended knowledge and skills in the areas of: road, railway and municipal transport systems control and management, optimization and planning of these transport systems, transport measurements and forecasting, as well as design of multimodal transport hubs and traffic modelling and planning these transport systems with the use of modern IT tools. In addition, the graduate has acquired knowledge and skills in the field of automated vehicles and other solutions of transport automation and the role of the human factor in intelligent transport systems, as well as their environmental impact and environment protection, and rules of shaping transport law and policies, and management of the investment process in transport, including financing investment solutions.

The graduates may use their knowledge and skills by finding employment in:

  • companies and local government units which deal with planning transport development and completion of investment processes in transport,
  • companies that offer consulting services,
  • study and design offices,
  • research centres.

Study plan

Terms and conditions for admission to second-cycle (Master's) full-time studies in English

A guide for students of second-cycle full-time studies in English