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Specialisation: Waste Management in the Automotive Industry

waste management in the automotive industry

Description of the specialisation

 

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Waste Management in the Automotive Industry is a unique specialisation on a national scale, which is a consequence of the dynamic development of companies in the automotive industry in Poland. The development of this industry, and the rapidly and constantly growing number of motor vehicles in use, make the issues of sustainable logistics, ecological and environmental safety challenges for future generations. The specialisation enables students to become familiar with the latest technologies for the recovery and storage of materials and their recycling. Students will acquire information about technologies for the production of subassemblies and components for motor vehicles, including combustion, hybrid and electric propulsion systems used in this industry.

 

As part of the specialisation, students will also get to know how to recover materials for recycling in a modern way, thereby reducing the area of landfills. In this regard, we pay a lot of attention to knowledge of the law in the management of various types (also hazardous) technological waste, as well as end-of-life cars. As part of the laboratory classes, students are also familiarised with modern business information systems in waste management of the automotive industry.

 

Project "Qualified Staff for the Automotive Industry in Lower Silesia", no. POWR.03.05.00-00-ZR45 / 18 co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund.

 Additional benefits for the students

  • paid 3-month internships for the first 80 people at the best employers in Lower Silesia, fully preparing for the profession (min. 3,500 PLN gross / month), as well as foreign internships for the first 30 people in valued companies, among others in Germany, France and the United States (min. PLN 5,300 / month);
  • the project finances the implementation of 40% of classes, which means that the cost of full-time studies is reduced by PLN 3,600 for 3 semesters;
  • adaptation of the core curriculum to the latest needs and expectations of employers from the labor market;
  • development of professional competence and support of the student's practical skills;
  • fully developed additional interactive e-learning packages;
  • classes in comprehensively equipped specialist simulation laboratories;
  • additional workshops from professional English in small groups of 10 people;
  • raising competences through certified professional courses: TELC, Proxy of the IATF automotive quality management system, IATF Internal Auditor Course, Standard MMOG / LE V4 Course, Process Management Data, The Supply Chain Awareness Game, Effective Manufacturing;
  • specialized textbooks developed by top-class specialists from around the world.

Profile of a graduate

Graduates of Bachelor studies are prepared to work in:

  • factories producing components for motor vehicles (cars and trucks),
  • logistics centres cooperating with the Automotive industry,
  • dealerships selling used cars,
  • repair workshops for motor vehicles (cars and trucks),
  • companies dealing with waste management and recycling of materials from the automotive industry,
  • enterprises providing services in the field of collection, export, waste segregation and management of waste landfills.

Program of Studies

Major: LOGISTICS
Bachelor of Science in Logistics
Specialisation: Waste Management in the Automotive Industry

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SEMESTER I

SEMESTER I
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. OHS Occupational Health & Safety C
2. Mathematics E
3. Micro- and macroeconomics E
4. Introduction to management E
5. Computer science C
6. Introduction to logistics C
7. Foreign language 1 C
8. Foreign language 2 C

SEMESTER II

 

SEMESTER II
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. Statistics for logisticians E
2. Supply, production and distribution logistics E
3. Teamwork integration C
4. Foreign language 1 C
5. Foreign language 2 C
6. Physical education C
7. Internship C

 

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER III
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. Logistics infrastructure E
2. Accountancy E
3. Computer networks C
4. Ethics in business & negotiation methods C
5. Selected problems of sustainable logistics C
6. Marketing strategies in logistics C
7. Foreign language 1 E
8. Foreign language 2 E

 

SEMESTER IV

SEMESTER IV
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. Basics of ecology and environmental protection, and consumer behavior E
2. Production technologies of elements and components for automotive vehicles E
3. Combustion diesel, hybrid and electric propulsion systems in the automotive industry C
4. Management Information Systems in logistics C
5. Internship C

 

SEMESTER V

SEMESTER V
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. Logistics operations in waste management of the automotive industry E
2. Materials science in the automotive industry E
3. Legal aspects of waste management technology E
4. Logistics of recovery in the management of technological waste C
5. Finance in logistics C
6. Principles of Law & Intellectual property protection C

 

SEMESTER VI

SEMESTER VI
No. SUBJECT FORM OF
ASSESSMENT
1. Waste processing of the automotive industry - Disassembly and recycling of car scrap, energy recovery E
2. Logistic system for the management of end-of-life vehicles C
3. Management of business and marketing information systems in waste management in the automotive industry C
4. Innovation management in logistics C
5. International logistics networks C
6. Rescue and medical help C
7. Diploma repetition C
8. Diploma exam E

 

 

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