Poznan University of Technology
Faculty of Architecture
Poznan, Poland
Address
Poznan University of Technology
Faculty of Architecture
ul. Nieszawska 13 C
ul. Nieszawska 21
Poland

http://architektura.put.poznan.pl/
Contact
Natalia Gorska

e: office_darf@put.poznan.pl
t: +48 (0) 61-665-3255
f: +48 (0) 61-665-3300
Representative
dr hab. inz. arch. Jerzy Suchanek
Dean of School
Degree programmes
Bachelor of Science:
Master of Science:
Bachelor of Arts:
Faculty profile

Poznan University of Technology, PUT  is a university located in Poznan, Poland. Poznan University of Technology is known as one of the best technical universities in Poland. In 1995 it became the first Polish university to become a member of the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER), an organisation comprising the best technical universities in Europe. The university is also a member of the Socrates-Erasmus programme for exchange students from all over Europe, promoting advanced engineering and a European dimension.

Poznan university was founded in 1919 and was teaching architecture within the faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering until in 1999 a faculty of Architecture was founded.

1193 students (774 Bachelor, 419 Master, 0 PhD), 0% of foreign students.

59 staff members (59 full-time and approx. 0 visiting lecturers and critics).

Accommodation

Foreign students live with polish students

Tuition fees

Part-time students pay 835 € per semester

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Planning, 3,5 years, Bachelor,
Master of Science, Master of Architecture and Urban Planning, 1,5 years, Master,
Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art Education, 3-years, Bachelor,

Institute of Architecture and Physical Planning

-Division of Architecture of Work and Recreation Places
-Division of Urban Design and Physical Planning
-Division of History of Architecture and Urban Planning
-Division of Engineering in Architecture

Chair of Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Visual Arts
Chair of Public Architecture and Housing