Wrocław University of Technology - Faculties

Faculties

The university offers education in a diverse range of fields at 12 faculties:

  • Faculty of Architecture
Architecture and Urban Planning, Spatial Management
Civil Engineering
  • Faculty of Chemistry
Biotechnology, Chemistry, Chemical and Process Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Chemical Technology
Control Engineering and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunications, Computer Science, Teleinformatics
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Control Engineering and Robotics, Electrical Engineering, Renewable Energy
  • Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology
Mining and Geology
  • Faculty of Environmental Engineering
Environmental Engineering, Environmental Protection
  • Faculty of Computer Science and Management
Computer Science, Management and Marketing
  • Faculty of Mechanical and Power Engineering
Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building, Power Engineering
Control Engineering and Robotics, Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building, Transport, Management and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology
Mathematics, Physics, Materials Engineering, Technical Physics, Computer Science
  • Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics
Electronics and Telecommunications

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