New undergraduate studies of Science and Technology at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University are a common project of three faculties of science: Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science; Chemistry; and Biology and Biotechnology. In the framework of these studies the University will provide high quality teaching as well as close contact of students with the solid background knowledge and its technological applications. The best internationally recognized scientists of the University belong to the teaching staff of this new branch of studies. In addition, it is planned to invite known experts and scientists from other institutes as visiting professors. These undergraduate studies offer a broad-basis program in sciences underlying the basic training for the professional engineers, physicists, biochemists and biophysicists, chemists and mathematicians as well as provide a strong foundation for many other career opportunities. Training is given through: lectures, exercises, laboratory classes and projects on the fundamental technology branches in both classical and quantum domains. These options and projects are related to the modern research expertise in areas such as applied mathematics, astrophysics, biology, solid-state physics, nuclear physics and chemistry, surface chemistry, environment research and new technologies.
The programme is addressed to candidates holding high school diploma or any other equivalent degree. Admission of candidates is based on an average of grades obtained during secondary school. Candidates are not obliged to take the exam in English language if the level of their competence in English is certified by the following: TOEFL, LCCI at advanced level, CAE or exam at Maria Sklodowska-Curie University passed at C level.