Postgraduate programmes

Postgraduate programmes usually last two semesters and enable (first- or second-cycle) university graduates to develop their professional skills. The curricula of particular programmes are updated and adapted to the interests of their students. The aim is to offer knowledge necessary to manage transport in the conditions of market economy, especially in the areas of:

  • use of contemporary means of transport,
  • IT methods and means,
  • logistics and transport technology,
  • management of a transport company,
  • economics,
  • marketing,
  • new methods of traffic control,
  • car diagnostics,
  • liquidation of road traffic damage and accident reconstruction,
  • teaching technical subjects.


Postgraduate studies:

  • Vehicles operation and diagnostics
  • Organization and technology of transport
  • Warehousing and logistics
  • Transport business management, economics and marketing
  • Traffic control techniques
  • Claims handling and accident reconstruction
  • Teaching technical subjects