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Tadeusz Kościuszko Cracow University of Technology ul. Warszawska 24, Kraków, Poland tel.: , faks: ,
Tadeusz Kościuszko Cracow University of Technology
Location - Warszawska Street Campus Main campus is located in close vicinity to the city centre and New City Project
Location – Czyżyny Campus Czyżyny Campus hosts the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and is located close to the Special Economic Zone in Cracow. This Special Economic Zone is defined as a technology park with its primary objective being to develop high technologies in the region.
Authorities Rector of the Cracow University of Technolog Kazimierz FURTAK Prof., PhD, DSc. Vice-Rector for Research Jan KAZIOR Prof., PhD, DSc. Vice-Rector for Student Affairs Leszek MIKULSKI Prof., PhD, DSc. Vice-Rector for General Affairs Andrzej BIAŁKIEWICZ Assoc. Prof., PhD, DSc., Arch. Vice-Rector for Education and International Affairs Dariusz BOGDAŁ Prof., PhD, DSc.
The Tadeusz Kościuszko University of Technology in Cracow is a state higher university with over 60 years of tradition (founded in 1945). Tadeusz Kościuszko has been our patron for over 30 years. He was a national hero of both Poland and the United States of America, but he was also an engineer and a builder, responsible for the fortifications in Cracow and the West Point fort in the United States. His name is a reminder of our responsibility to respect tradition, the accomplishments of our academic forebears, reliability in giving access and promoting knowledge and openness towards new ideas. Cracow Technical University (CUT)
The Cracow Technical University (CUT) consists of 7 faculties with 22 courses of study and many specialties, 18,000 students including full-time, post-graduate and doctoral students and nearly 1,200 academic teachers. CUT also offers an a library with a large selection of printed and electronic collections, a state of the art multi-sport facility, inter-faculty scientific and didactic units, art galleries, student clubs, a choir, and student organizations and incubator for set-up business activity CUT has agreements with many scientific centers all over the world and is involved EU educational programs. As a result, it offers joint scientific studies, exchanges of students and academic teachers, as well as the possibility of obtaining additional certificates and diplomas. CTU’s collaboration with industry resulted in an active Technology Transfer Center located partialy in old CK jail. A Special Economic Zone - the Cracow Technological Park - was created by CTU It is a platform linking the Cracovian scientific world with modern technology.
CUT historical buildings Faculty of Architecture (partialy) located on Kanonicza Street in the Krakow’s Old Town. Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science located in an old palace on Podchorążych Street.
More info: Cracow University of Technology Ul. Warszawska 24, Cracow, Poland International Relations Office (room 201) Phone: , , www: Department of Education and International Cooperation
Faculties Faculty of Architecture Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Environmental Engineering Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Employment statistics for CUT graduates: one year after graduation 91% of CUT’s graduates obtained employment; 93% of those obtained regular jobs, about 5% were self-employed and about 2% worked in family businesses; More than three-quarters of the engineers secured employment contracts and many of those contracts were not time-limited; Also more than three quarters of the engineers worked in their professional field and declared that they utilized the knowledge and skills acquired during their studies in their work; 4 % of the graduates obtained employment outside of Poland. Within a year after graduation, 91.1% graduates have a job 6.5% graduates are looking for a job 2.4% graduates do not look for job In 2013:
Overview of the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering Fields of study Electrotechnics Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Energetics Bachelor’s degree Informatics Bachelor’s degree Institutes and Departments: Electrical and Computer Science Technology Electromechanical Energy Conversion Automatic Control and Information Technology
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Staff (2014): 68 academic teachers, 26 support staff Students (2014): Total number of students: full-time, 430 part-time First year enrolment: 430 students
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Science Clubs: Energetics Club Electrical Club Digital Circuits Club IT Club Monitoring and Diagnostics of Electrical Equipment Club
About the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering Brief history In 1945, Krakow had only one higher education institution with a Department of General Electrical Engineering: the AGH University of Science and Technology. In 1953, this Department was moved to the Cracow University of Technology (CUT). In 1974, the Department grew to Electrical Engineering and Electronics Institute (IEiE). Upon the commencement of its activities, the institute comprised of two divisions: Industrial Electrical Engineering Division and Industrial Control Engineering Division. In 1975, CUT established its Faculty of Transport and incorporated into its structure the IEiE. In that same year, the University began offering programmes in electrical engineering. In 1988, the Faculty of Transport was transformed into the Faculty of Transport and Electrical Engineering, currently named the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Recent milestones In 1998, the Faculty was granted authority to award PhD degrees in electrical engineering. In 2002, the Faculty began participating in an inter-departmental computer science programme offering the opportunity to pursue an ICT systems specialisation. In 2004, the Faculty began participating in an inter-departmental power engineering programme offering the opportunity to pursue an electrical power engineering specialisation.
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