Railway
construction

Railway construction

Specialty

First Cycle

Substantive partner:

TRAKCJA PRKiL S.A.

Railway construction specialty at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

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FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALTY OF RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CREATED?
Are you fascinated by the technical aspects of railways? Do you want to design railway routes and participate in the creation of modern infrastructure? If yes, this specialty has been created for you.

The practical aspect of the profession

Under the Railway construction specialty you will gain knowledge and skills of:

  • design and construction of modern railway routes including the infrastructure (crossings, railway stations, platforms, tunnels) also for High-Speed Railways,
  • development and renovation of catenary systems, methods of planning the development of railway transport systems,
  • control of railway traffic and the modernisation of existing facilities,

You can continue Railway construction specialty as part of Civil Engineering studies (second-cycle studies).

Courses

Courses

Courses of the specialty (obligatory)

Computer-aided construction design

Basics of transport systems

Railway transport

Railway traffic management

Transitional work

Physics of structures

Mechanisation of construction works

Railway track and earthworks

Railway surfaces

Design of railway lines and stations

Railway technology

Motorways

Bridges and underground structures

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Vocational training

Elective courses of the specialty (three courses out of six)

Polish architecture

Corporate finance

Environmental sociology

History of art

Copyright

Urban planning

English

Physical education

Economic law

Information technology

Building law

Ecology

Mathematics

Chemistry

General mechanics

Statistics

Physics

Geology

Calculation methods

Building materials

Descriptive geometry

Engineering graphics

Computer modelling

General construction

Geodesy

Strength of materials

Construction mechanics

Hydraulics and hydrology

Construction economics

Concrete structures

Physics of structures

Land mechanics and foundation

Metal structures

Communication construction

Technology and organisation of construction

Managing the investment process

Building installations

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Wooden structures

Brick and compound structures

Diploma seminar