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  1. Sweden Russia Lithuania Belarus Berlin Warsaw Germany 300 km 350 km Wrocław 280 km Prague Wrocław Ukraine Czech Republic Slovakia

  2. 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

  3. 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. 

  4. Wrocław University of Technology Politechnika Wrocławska

  5. 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 

  6. 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.

  7. 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

  8. 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.

  9. 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.