The organizers of the Open Day of the Military University of Technology in Warsaw will offer high school students not only military studies, but also economic studies and civil applied arts. Virtual presentations and conversations in active conversations with students and university educators will take place from 12.00-15.00 on the UczelniaWAT YouTube Channel.

Employment prospects for the graduates will be discussed in online meetings with candidates for studies by Col. Marius Schmeilovsky is a research and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Cybernetics, Military University of Technology and deputy director of the National Center for Cybersecurity.

According to the university spokesperson, Ewa Jankiewicz, according to the National Salary Survey (conducted by Sedlak & Sedlak), the average earnings of WAT graduates are PLN 7004 gross. This gives the university second place in the ranking of graduate earnings (not limited to Wrocław University of Technology; the highest average earnings in 2020 were those who graduated from Warsaw University of Technology).

The scholars will provide the educational offer, research and teaching base of eight academic departments of the Military University of Technology: Security, Logistics, and Administration; Science of autonomy; Electronics; Civil engineering and geodesy; Mechanical engineering; Mechatronics, weapons and aviation. For New Technologies, Chemistry and the Institute of Optoelectronics. College student representatives from Student Councils will talk about how students develop their passions and interests. One form of combining passion and science is chapters on flight simulators – more on the Science in Poland website – here: Programming language

The event will be broadcast live on the Uczelnia WAT ​​YouTube channel. The admission rules for Unified Military Studies for the Master as well as First and Second Class Civil Studies will be discussed. There will also be a video about this year’s fitness test requirements. Electronic registration will continue for military studies until May 31, 2021, and for civil studies, until July 16, 2021. Electronics and communications, cryptography and cybersecurity, mechatronics, computer science, aviation and space science, construction, mechanics and machine building, geodesy and cartography, logistics and chemistry.

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