Poznan University of Technology History
Poznan University of Technology was established in 1919 and is located in Poznan, Poland. Originally existing as the Higher State School of Machinery the name was then changed to Higher State School of Machinery and Electrotechnics. With several interruptions such as World War II, the school struggled to get the name of the University of Technology.
Poznan University of Technology Programs, Courses, and Schools
The University comprises of 10 faculties namely 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.
Poznan University of Technology Achievements
The University has been champions for three times at the Computer Systems Projecting World Championship.
The University is also a member of the CESAER Association that promotes Universities of Science and Technology across Europe.
Poznan University of Technology Notable Alumni
Jerzy Brzezinski (Information engineer), Janusz Centka (glider pilot, winner of three World Gliding Championships), Witold Czarnecki (politician), Aleksander Doba (explorer, traveler)
Poznan University of Technology Application Requirements
Poznan University of Technology Cost of studies
Bachelors: PLN 9440
Masters: PLN 12900
Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Poznan University of Technology Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Poznan University of Technology Rankings
RegionalEmerging Europe and Central Asia
Plac Marii Sk?odowskiej-Curie,Poland