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The West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin has established the Doctoral School 10.06.2019 00:00

Full-time studies at the School will last for 8 terms (4 years) and students will be educated in two fields: engineering and technical sciences as well as agricultural sciences.

A wide range of disciplines attracts attention: automation, electronics and electrical engineering, architecture and urban planning, technical informatics and telecommunications, chemical engineering, civil engineering and transport, materials engineering, mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, mining and power engineering, agriculture and horticulture, food and nutrition technology, animal husbandry and fisheries. The educational objectives of the School include: implementation of a programme covering the educational modules (compulsory classes, optional classes and internships), conducting of independent scientific research, scientific cooperation within research teams, including international ones, preparation of scientific publications and preparation of a doctoral dissertation. Supervisors at the doctoral school may be employees of WPUT employed in the position of a professor or assistant professor with at least a degree of a habilitated doctor and possessing scientific achievements in the discipline in which the doctoral student under their supervision is studying. Education at the doctoral school is finished with the defence of a doctoral dissertation.

The number of doctoral students included in the programme is 50 people.

Each student will receive a high scholarship for 4 years. Recruitment for the doctoral school for the academic year of 2019/2020 will be conducted as a competition in September this year.

The school has obtained co-financing as a part of POWER project.