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Students32 173 Degrees conferred in 2004MSc – 3289BSc – 1079PhD – 142 EmployeesAcademicians – 2008Administration – 2141 AcademiciansProfessors: 193Associate professor: 165Assistant professor: 90PhD fellows: 957Other: 603 Alumni since 1945Graduates - above 80 000PhD – above 4 500
Faculties The Wroclaw University of Technology offers engineering, masters degree and doctoral studies and provides a wide range of the study fields to be selected at twelve faculties. Each faculty is headed by a dean, with two or three deputies. Faculties are organized into institutes, chairs and divisions, with teaching and research as the main duties.
Wrocław University of Technology Politechnika Wrocławska
Faculty of Architecture • Faculty of Civil Engineering • Faculty of Chemistry • Faculty of Electronics • Faculty of Electrical Engineering • Faculty of Computer Science and Management • Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology • Faculty of Environmental Engineering • Faculty of Mechanical and Power Engineering • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering • Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology • Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics
Faculty of Chemistry offers many specializations to students within five fields of study. Teaching at the M.Sc. level has a very interdisciplinary character. Research is the main concern of the seven institutes comprising the academic structure of the faculty.
Biotechnology • Specializations: • biocatalysis and molecular biotechnology • environmental chemistry • computational chemistry • biotechnological processes • Chemistry • Specializations: • analytical chemistry • bioinorganic chemistry • organic chemistry • technical chemistry • molecular chemical physics • chemistry and technology of polymers • computational chemistry • hydrometallurgy and corrosion
Chemical Technology • Specializations: • chemistry and technology of polymers • imaging science • technical chemistry • chemistry of surfactants and dispersed systems • computational chemistry • hydrometallurgy and corrosion • fuels and energy in environment • industrial organic chemistry • chemical technology of petroleum and natural gas • environmental engineering • coal and carbon materials • management and marketing in a chemical enterprise • pro-ecological chemical technology • Chemical and Process Engineering: • Specializations: • bioprocesses and environmental engineering • chemical engineering • computational chemistry • Material Science • Specializations: • hydrometallurgy of rare elements • plastics • computational chemistry.
TEMPUS JEP_11169, „Environmental Engineering in Chemistry”, 1996-1999. • TEMPUS II IB_JEP-13301-98, “3 STEPS - Starter To Environmental Problem Solving”, 1998-2001. • MINERVA_CELLTALK–88091–CP-BE-2000-Minerva-ODL “CellTalk: Cyber methods for open and distance learning in cell biology in your native language”, 2000-2003. • GERMANIAC__26422-MG-1-96-1-BE-ERASMUS-EILC, "Germaniac Millenium Edition, German language courses for engineers”, 1998-1999. • BIHUM U_MJEP-17004-2002, “European Management Project for BIH universities“, 2003-2006, • TEMPUS JEP-19020-2004, „European Union oriented Environmental Management Courses for BA/CS administration and industry”, 2004-2006.