Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

Organizational unit running the field of study: 
Faculty of Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering
International Faculty of Engineering
Cycle of study: 
Mode of study: 
Full-time (degree programme)
Language of instruction: 
Description of the field of study: 

The program is run by the Faculty of Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering. It is taught entirely in English. The main goal of the program is to provide students with advanced knowledge in the field of study (electronics, telecommunications and ICT), especially with regard to the current state and development trends in these fields.

The content of the core curriculum was selected so that each student would acquire knowledge and skills that could be immediately used in specialist engineering activities typical of the current job market, and research and development activity. The greatest emphasis is placed on the training in analysis and design of analog and digital electronic systems, microprocessor technology (including software), and optoelectronics, technology and construction of electronic equipment, implementation of modern telecommunications and ICT networks.

Students also acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to continue their studies in a third-cycle degree program. They learn to apply their knowledge, to find, select and verify information from various sources, including electronic sources.


  • Electrical Circuits
  • Programming and Data Structures
  • Signals and Systems
  • Semiconductor Devices
  • Wireless Communication
  • Digital Systems 
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Signal Processing
Degree awarded: 
magister inżynier
Duration of study: 

 2 years

Graduate profile: 

The graduate has specialist knowledge in the field of modern electronics, telecommunications and computer science, as well as knowledge in the field of teamwork organization. He has sufficient qualifications to perform engineering work in electronics, telecommunication, ICT and IT companies, including research and development projects. He/she can take up employment in production preparation and handling positions as well as in research and development units.

Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering graduates find it especially easy to operate in an international environment because of the program has been taught in English. The graduate is prepared for self-study and lifelong learning, is able to plan his/her professional development, and to pursue a third-cycle degree.

Admission requirements: 

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