Poznan University of Technology (PUT) was established in 1919 as a technical school. Currently, it is one of the leading technical universities in Poland. PUT trains highly qualified personnel in the field of broadly defined engineering. PUT has nearly 16 000 students across 10 faculties and education is provided in 33 fields of study. PUT has over 2000 employees (including 1300 academic staff and over 100 full professors).
PUT takes an active part in scientific exchange and international projects and cooperates with many companies and research institutions both in Poland and abroad – the University has entered about 230 international agreements with universities in Europe and outside. PUT was the first Polish university accepted into the circle of members CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research) – the European association of the best technical universities.