Within the ABIOM program, the emphasis is placed on the ability to make an initial economic assessment of proposed solutions and engineering activities undertaken regarding the synthesis and analysis of properties of modern biomaterials, which prepares students to take up employment in the dynamically developing market. At the same time, students become aware of the social role of graduates of technical universities, they reflect on the ethical, scientific and social aspects related to their work. Thanks to a strong emphasis put on teaching using PBL/DT techniques (Problem Based Learning/Design Thinking), ABIOM students are able to promote social and personal attitudes while working in a group, they can compete and abide by fair-play rules.


The ABIOM field of study was established in response to the needs of the labour market and external stakeholders, i.e. industry employers in the nano- and biotechnology sectors. The modern ABIOM study program meets the requirements of effective combination of theoretical knowledge with practical skills.  Laboratories, project seminars are basic forms of teaching. Projects (such as the Research and Development Project) take up to 360 hours.  ABIOM students will be prepared to undertake practical challenges in their professional lives also due to the fact that the program includes a mobility semester within which students will do scientific work at foreign partner universities. The study program also includes lectures and internships in industry in order to acquaint students with the latest advances in technology, implementations in industry and related issues. After graduating from the ABIOM, students will have the ability to solve problems, work in a team, speak foreign languages, use scientific equipment and specialized software, they will have programming skills and will be able to demonstrate independence, ability to learn quickly and effectively as well as determination in pursuing their goals.