Bydgoszcz, Poland

Jan and Jędrzej Śniadecki University of Technology in Bydgoszcz

Politechnika Bydgoska im. Jana i Jędrzeja Śniadeckich

University type: technical
University status: public

Bachelor's
Studies
full-time studies
part-time studies
Finance and AccountingStudies in Polish
Interior DesignStudies in Polish
ManagementStudies in Polish

Bachelor's - engineer
Studies
full-time studies
part-time studies
AgricultureStudies in Polish
Applied Computer ScienceStudies in Polish
ArchitectureStudies in Polish
BiotechnologyStudies in Polish
Chemical TechnologyStudies in Polish
Civil EngineeringStudies in Polish
Electrical technologyStudies in Polish
Electronics and TelecommunicationsStudies in Polish
EnergeticsStudies in Polish
Environmental EngineeringStudies in Polish
Food Technology and Human NutritionStudies in Polish
Geodesy and CartographyStudies in Polish
ICTStudies in Polish
Industrial DesignStudies in Polish
Landscape ArchitectureStudies in Polish
Management and Production EngineeringStudies in Polish
Material EngineeringStudies in Polish
Mechanical Engineering and Machine BuildingStudies in Polish
MechatronicsStudies in Polish
Renewable Energy Resources EnginneringStudies in Polish
TransportStudies in Polish
ZootechnologyStudies in Polish
Analityka chemiczna i spożywczaStudies in Polish
Automatyka i elektronikaStudies in Polish
Bezpieczeństwo produktów zwierzęcychStudies in Polish
Inspekcja weterynaryjnaStudies in Polish
Przetwórstwo tworzyw sztucznychStudies in PolishStudies online
Towaroznawstwo spożywczeStudies in Polish
Zielarstwo i fitoterapiaStudies in Polish
ZoofizjoterapiaStudies in Polish

Master's
Studies
full-time studies
part-time studies
AgricultureStudies in English
AgricultureStudies in Polish
Applied Computer ScienceStudies in Polish
ArchitectureStudies in Polish
Biomedical EngineeringStudies in Polish
BiotechnologyStudies in Polish
Chemical TechnologyStudies in Polish
Civil EngineeringStudies in Polish
Electrical technologyStudies in Polish
Electronics and TelecommunicationsStudies in Polish
Environmental EngineeringStudies in Polish
Finance and AccountingStudies in Polish
Food Technology and Human NutritionStudies in Polish
Industrial DesignStudies in Polish
Interior DesignStudies in Polish
ManagementStudies in Polish
Management and Production EngineeringStudies in Polish
Mechanical Engineering and Machine BuildingStudies in Polish
TransportStudies in Polish
ZootechnologyStudies in Polish

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES (Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Przyrodniczy – the UTP) in Bydgoszcz has a 55 year-long tradition going back to 1951, when the first school of higher education in Bydgoszcz was created - the Evening School of Engineering. Early in its history, it educated chemical and mechanical engineers. Having been converted into the Engineering School of Higher Education, in 1964, full-time, evening and extramural programmes were offered by 4 technological faculties.

  The development of agricultural studies was launched in 1969 by the establishment in Bydgoszcz of the branch of the Agricultural School of Higher Education from Poznań. This branch became independent in 1972 by turning into the Faculty of Agriculture with Animal Production Section. Pursuant to the decree of Prime Minister of August 20, 1974, those two schools were joined into the Jan and Jędrzej Śniadecki’s University of Technology and Agriculture in Bydgoszcz, renamed the University of Technology and Life Sciences in 2006.

The University of Technology and Life Sciences is a multi-profile school of higher education; the only one in the region which integrates both agricultural and technological sciences and the only one in the region educating engineers. Throughout the 55 year-history the studies at the University have been completed by 38 000 graduates, mostly majoring in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and machinery construction and agriculture. Our graduates include, e.g. the world-famous Sydney Olympic stadium designer, Edmund Obiała, MSc, and a cryptologist, professor Józef Pieprzyk.

Six faculties, inter-faculty units and administration employ about 1300 people, 680 of which are academics, including almost 134 professors and doctors of science. All the faculties of the University are entitled to award PhD degree, out of which three (the Faculties of Agriculture, of Animal Breeding and Biology and of Mechanical Engineering) also to confer the degree of doktor habilitowany equivalent to the Doctor of Science degree. The scientific and educational activity is based on co-operation with almost all the domestic universities of technology and agriculture and with many foreign centers.

Five academics of the University have been granted the title of Doctor Honoris Causa. The recognition of the University academics of Polish science is very much evidenced by their frequent participation in committees and sections of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, as well as the works of The State Accreditation Committee.

University website:
www.utp.edu.pl/en

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