Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology in Poland

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A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

Students who enjoy science and technology may want to pursue an education in biotechnology. Knowledge in this area can lead to innovations in the fields of biomedicine, agriculture and pharmacy. Instruction often includes both applied coursework and laboratory experiments.

Like many other EU countries, Poland offers inexpensive or even free tuition to EU students. Prospective students should apply directly to their chosen Polish institution. The University of Warsaw, for example, charges between £1,300 and £2,500 per year for its English language courses.

Top Bachelor Programs in Biotechnology in Poland 2017

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BA in Nanotechnology

University of Lodz
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Łódź

Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary science basing on physics, chemistry, material sciences and biology. These independent fields are bind together in the Nanotechnology – a new field of study at the University of Lodz. [+]

Best Bachelors in Biotechnology in Poland 2017. Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary science basing on physics, chemistry, material sciences and biology. These independent fields are bind together in the Nanotechnology – a new field of study at the University of Lodz. This field of study is offered as the first-cycle studies i.e. 3 years with two terms per a study year (30 weeks of study per year) with English as the main study language. The alumnus profile assumes that a student with a Bachelor's Degree obtained after completing all mandatory courses is able to undertake laboratory/experimental work in the field of nanotechnology, Physics or Chemistry. He should be also able to continue his education at the second-cycle studies in order to obtain the Master of Science Degree in any university worldwide. During year one a student takes courses which allow him to understand and describe the macroscopic world, in particular, the fundamentals of Physics and Chemistry. A student also increases his knowledge in the field of Mathematics and Statistics. Finally, a course on Introduction to Nanotechnology allows him to understand basic concepts and terminology used in nano-science. The knowledge gained during theoretical courses is deepened through practical training which includes Physics and Chemistry laboratories. A student also learns how to analyse and present data. He also takes an extensive programming course which gives him a solid base for programming courses realised during year two. During year two a student takes courses which allow him to understand nano-world. He learns Quantum Physics,... [-]

BSc Biotechnology for Environmental Protection (BEP)

Czestochowa University Of Technology
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Częstochowa

CUT offers three-year taught full-time BSc studies in English. If you choose this option you can benefit from a unique educational offer that will help [+]

CUT offers three-year taught full-time BSc studies in English. If you choose this option you can benefit from a unique educational offer that will help you develop a wide range of useful and transferable skills. All lectures, classes and projects are conducted entirely in English. The main objective of studies in English is to educate future engineers who, while gaining in-depth professional knowledge of their fields of study, will also develop excellent linguistic competence in ESP and Business English. The University collaborates with many EU higher education institutions and students are given the opportunity to study for one semester at any of the selected foreign academic centres (it is so-called mobility semester, i.e. a semester of studying in one of European universities financed by the LLP-Erasmus programme). The studies take place in a two-level system – I degree and II degree studies (Bachelor level and Master level studies). According to the declared specialization of study, prospective students should apply to the Faculty which runs the particular specialization. Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology The origins of the Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology date back to the year 1975 when the Institute of Civil Engineering, with rights equal to those of a faculty, was established. Then, in 1984 the Institute was replaced by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, with the Institute of Environmental Engineering being its part. The name of the Faculty was changed again in 1992 into the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Protection. In January 1997 the Institute... [-]