Częstochowa University of Technology

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Częstochowa University of Technology
Politechnika Częstochowska
University grounds
Established 1949
Rector Professor Maria Nowicka-Skowron
Students 14,000
Location Częstochowa, Poland
Affiliations Socrates-Erasmus
Website www.pcz.pl
University campus

Częstochowa University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Częstochowska, PCz) is the largest and oldest institution of higher education in Częstochowa, Poland. All faculties of the University have the right to grant doctoral degrees (currently over 300 post-graduate students), and three of them also offer PhD habilitation.[1]

General information[edit]

The University was first founded in 1949 as the School of Engineering (Szkoła Inżynierska). In 1955 the name was changed to current Politechnika Częstochowska. The University employs over 1,400 staff, including 840 academic teachers, out of whom 165 are independent scientific researchers. There are around 14,000 students, studying 90 courses within 19 fields of study, full-time and part-time.

For over 9 years the University is home to an academic choir Collegium Cantorum and an Academic Sports Association (Akademicki Związek Sportowy) with 13 different sports divisions.

Faculties[edit]

Currently there are 6 faculties (wydział):

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science (Wydział Inżynierii Mechanicznej i Informatyki)
  • Faculty of Processing and Material Engineering and Applied Physics (Wydział Inżynierii Procesowej, Materiałowej i Fizyki Stosowanej)
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering (Wydział Budownictwa)
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Wydział Elektryczny)
  • Faculty of Environmental Engineering (Wydział Inżynierii i Ochrony Środowiska)
  • Faculty of Management (Wydział Zarządzania)

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Doctors Honoris causa[edit]

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Coordinates: 50°49′16″N 19°06′42″E / 50.82111°N 19.11167°E / 50.82111; 19.11167