MSc in Future Mobility


Area of Studies

engineering, technology



Degree (in English)

Master of Science

  • English
Course Duration

2 year (4 semesters)

ECTS points



Lodz University of Technology Faculty of Mechanical Engineering International Faculty of Engineering

Tuition and Other Fees

8000 PLN per semester (approx. 1800 EUR)

Application fee - 85 PLN (approx. 20 EUR; non-refundable)

Application Deadline(s)

June/July For details check:

Course Description

Course Profile

Future Mobility is not only about far-reaching changes in the automotive and aviation sectors. Future Mobility meets the needs of specialists with interdisciplinary education who perceive mobility as the ability of people to move safely in the shortest possible time, with the least possible use of resources and the least possible impact on the environment. Our lecturers will introduce you to the world of construction, dynamics and mechatronic systems in vehicles. You will learn, for example, how a pilot controls a helicopter and an airplane, and how mechanical and electrical flight controls work. Many laboratory and project classes carried out with industrial partners at various departments of our university will enable you to gain practical knowledge. You will learn the secrets of drive systems and energy storage systems, the basics of autonomous driving and artificial intelligence. We will teach you to manage the infrastructure of modern transport and available data. With us, you will create new jobs and develop skills in response to the developing technology of the transport services market.

What you gain: 

Qualifications for the design, construction and operation of autonomous air and surface transport systems,

knowledge of technology and modern technology business models corresponding to the needs of the upcoming mobility changes,

the ability to create and operate intelligent transport infrastructure that creates a communication bridge between users and vehicles.

Education Requirements

Candidates have to hold a legalized diploma of first degree studies or another foreign document that entitles them to continue education at the second degree studies level.

A candidate must have very good knowledge of English proven by an international language certificate or an official document issued by candidate’s university stating that English was medium of instruction on the first degree study programme they have completed.

List of accepted international language certificates is also available on our website:


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