Poznań University of Technology

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 5, Poznan, 60-965, Poland

About Poznań University of Technology

The Poznań University of Technology (PUT) is a university located in Poznań, Poland. It is known as one of the best technical universities in Poland.

There are 10 faculties at the university including architecture; chemical technology; civil and environmental engineering; computing; electrical engineering; electronics and telecommunications; engineering management; machines and transportation; mechanical engineering and management and technical physics. There are approximately 27 fields of study at the institution with more than 100 specialisations.

In 1995 PUT was the first Polish university of technology to became a member of the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER), bringing together the best European engineering colleges and universities of technology.

The university is an important centre of scientific research. The funds for research projects grows year on year and the achievements of the staff make a significant contribution to modern technical sciences. Academics at the university have been awarded the Foundation of Polish Science award. This is often referred to as the "Polish Nobel Prize".

The university is home to many student organisations and student circles as well as the radio station Afera.

There are a number of sports teams that students can join such as hockey, korfball and basketball. There is also a sports centre where students can play handball, basketball, volleyball, korfball, badminton, floorball and tennis. There are also rooms for aerobics and martial arts as well as a gym and other facilities.

There are also a selection of famous dance ensembles and choirs. The university's Centre of Culture aims to expose students to Polish culture and tradition.