Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology in Częstochowa 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.

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology will possess knowledge about a diverse array of subjects, including physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. This is because the degree is focused in the utilisation of living organisms for the creation or products and services that have a value to society.

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in Central Europe. With a population of 38 million people, Poland is the 6th most populous country in the EU. EU/EEA students do not need a visa to study in Poland. The cost of living in Poland is among the lowest in the European Union.

Czestochowa is not only known for Pauline monastery of Jasna Góra but is also well recognized for its educational facilities. Częstochowa University of Technology, Jan Długosz University, Polonia University and Wyższa Szkoła Hotelarstwa i Turystyki are among the top ranked institutions of the country.

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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 [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in Częstochowa in Poland. 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 of Environmental Protection was separated from the Faculty as a basic unit with full academic rights. In August of the same year, the Institute of Environmental Protection was transformed into the Faculty of Environmental Protection and Engineering. The Faculty was given the right to confer the PhD title in the field of Environmental Engineering in 1998. Four years later, the Faculty obtained the right to confer postdoctoral degrees in the same field. In 2002 full-time PhD studies in Environmental Protection were introduced. Finally in 2012 new name was given by the Senate: "Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology" At present, students can choose from Environmental Engineering, Environmental Protection and Power Engineering study modules, which have been offered since 1975, 1999 and 2008 respectively. The students are supported by a range of state-of-the-art facilities that comprise specialised laboratories with unique scientific equipment as well as modern computer rooms, which enhances the educational process and makes it more effective. The graduates of the Faculty are well prepared to take up responsible positions in different sectors of the economy, especially in public utilities, (the water board and sewage systems). Opportunities are also available in power industries, construction companies, infrastructure, and environmental protection departments of public institutions. Within the framework of the disciplines taught at the Faculty, research is conducted on heating, ventilation and atmosphere protection , sewage biotechnology and waste utilization, energy engineering, water supply and sewage engineering. Within the framework of two main disciplines, research is carried out into effective technologies of energy production, conversion and storage as well as its renewable sources, advanced technologies and other highly effective environmental protection technologies. Within the main research areas special attention is given to sewage sludge treatment and management, autothermal fuel upgrading as well as water, sewage and soil purification technologies. The Institute of Environmental Engineering is a member of Advanced Technologies Centre – "Energia-Środowisko-Zdrowie" - whose activities focus on technologies for the power industry (combustion and thermal utilization of waste), environmental protection (biochemical engineering) as well as for health protection (bioengineering, biotechnology). The Department of Chemistry, Water and Sewage Technology is a member and co-founder of the international scientific net named "Pathways of pollutants and mitigation strategies of their impact on the ecosystems" and it currently has nineteen members from seven countries. In 2008 the Department of Heating, Ventilation and Air Protection joined the EU-supported project in the NORWEGIAN FINANCIAL MECHANISM. There is also a continuous cooperation with Foster Wheller Energia OY (Finland), with whom an earlier project "Leonardo da Vinci – Modern Power Engineering Technologies" was run. For ten years, under the patronage of Polish Academy of Science, the Faculty has been publishing a well-known and highly valued quarterly of a national range "Engineering and Environmental Protection" It publishes articles in both Polish and English. In order to meet the demands of the economy, the Faculty offers a wide range of scientific research and services. Professional help includes e.g. opinion and technological consultancy services in functioning and modernization of water and sewage purification plants as well as purification of waste water from refuse dumps. Research studies concerning the evaluation of degraded areas, the influence on the environment and a review of technologies which are used to rehabilitate such areas, are carried out as well. The faculty staff conduct emission measurements of polluted water and air from industrial plants and public utilities. It also develops programmes of industrial and public utilities management (including dangerous waste) and offers experts' opinions and expertise on ecological issues. Research studies on clean and highly effective combustion technologies, thermal waste utilization as well as integration and utilization of renewable energy (the Sun, biomass) are also conducted. The Faculty offers certification and power engineering audit. [-]