7 July 2023
Modeling and Improvement of Processes in Supply Chainsblended course
The programme will be implemented in the form of hybrid learning and will be focused on modeling and improvement of processes in supply chains. It will be an opportunity for students to increase their competences in the selected scientific area and also to get to know a part of Polish culture and see capital city: Warsaw.
During the classes issues related to modeling and improving processes in supply chains will be discussed in detail. These are topics related to the profile of the faculties’ activities. A large part of the courses will be the practical part devoted to working with specialized softwar. In addition, there will be series of lectures, exercises and workshops allowing the application of the acquired knowledge in a practical way. In addition to issues related to the area of technical sciences, a five-hour block of classes has been planned to promote Polish culture, referring to the profile of activities of the Faculties in order to ensure the coherence of the entire Programme.
A total of 60 hours of classes will be carried out in four main technical thematic areas:
1. Design and management of supply chains. Risk in supply chains;
2. Modeling of processes in the supply chain;
3. Optimization of processes in supply chains;
4. Warehouse management and inventory management in supply chains.
1. outcomes of ECTS points;
2. courses promoting Polish science;
3. attractive trips promoting Polish culture;
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In order to receive information about a given school programme, please contact the representative of the selected school:
MSc Eng. Karol Nehring
Prof. PhD DSc. Eng. Ilona Jacyna-Gołda
Foreign students, from the European Universities of the Enhance Alliance and other universities, enrolled for the first-cycle degree studies (undergraduate studies) or a long-cycle Master’s programme, who have completed at least 4 semesters of studies or enrolled for second-cycle studies (postgraduate studies).
1. increasing the practical skills and knowledge of Projects participants;
2. increasing the knowledge of foreign students about Polish culture and arousing interest in it.
EUR 0: Participation costs are covered by Warsaw University of Technology within the SPINAKER - IMPK Program financed by the National Agency for Academic Exchange.
PLN 3610 - only for participants who will take part in a blended-learning summer school to reimburse travel, accommodation, and food costs.