First-cycle degree programmes

The first-cycle full-time degree programme is a general academic degree programme in the area of technical sciences and the learning outcomes are connected with the discipline of transport in the area of technical sciences.

Graduates of first-cycle study are awarded the professional degree of inżynier and a diploma of graduation from Warsaw University of Technology that certifies the completion of study in the field of study Transport in a chosen specialisation.

First-cycle full-time degree programmes are conducted in the following specialisations:

The first three semesters of study include courses common for the field of study. Specialisations are chosen after the third semester and depend on the previous learning achievements.

The degree programme comprises seven semesters. Classes are held for 15 weeks every semester. The academic year includes three examination periods (autumn, summer and winter ones).

The first-cycle part-time degree programme is a general academic degree programme in the area of technical sciences and the learning outcomes are connected with the discipline of transport in the area of technical sciences.

Graduates of first-cycle study are awarded the professional degree of inżynier and a diploma of graduation from Warsaw University of Technology that certifies the completion of study in the field of study Transport in a chosen specialisation.

First-cycle part-time degree programmes are conducted in the following specialisations:

The specialisations are opened on the basis of the number of applications and students’ interests.

The first four semesters of study include courses common for the field of study. Specialisations are chosen after the fourth semester and depend on the previous learning achievements.

The degree programme comprises eight semesters. Classes are held on nine three-day (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) on-campus sessions every semester. The academic year includes three examination periods (autumn, summer and winter ones). The examination periods are held during two additional on-campus sessions.