Kazimierz Pułaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom

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Kazimierz Pułaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Humanistyczny im. Kazimierza Pułaskiego w Radomiu
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Latin: Universitas Technologiae et Humanistica Radomensis Casimirus Pulaski
Motto Ku godnej przyszłości
Motto in English To the dignified future
Established 19 April 1950
Type Public
Chancellor Mariusz Początek
Vice-Chancellor Anna Towarek
Rector Prof. Zbigniew Łukasik
Vice Rectors Prof. Sławomir Bukowski
Prof. Zbigniew Kosma
Prof. Mirosław Luft
Academic staff 508
Admin. staff 420
Students 8 125
Location Radom, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland
51°24′N 21°10′E / 51.400°N 21.167°E / 51.400; 21.167Coordinates: 51°24′N 21°10′E / 51.400°N 21.167°E / 51.400; 21.167
Campus Urban
Former names School of Engineering of General Technical Organization in Radom
Extramural School of Engineering in Radom
Kilece-Radom Extramural School of Engineering in Kielce
Kielce-Radom Higher School of Engineering in Kielce
Kielce University of Technology
Higher School of Engineering in Radom
Kazimierz Pułaski Higher School of Engineering in Radom
Kazimierz Pułaski Technical University of Radom
Address Malczewskiego 29
PL26-600 Radom
Colors Blue     
Sports AZS Politechnika Radomska: basketball, team handball, volleyball
Affiliations ERASMUS programme
Leonardo da Vinci programme
Website http://uniwersytetradom.pl
Faculty of Economics of Technical University of Radom

Kazimierz Pułaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom is a public university in Radom. It was the biggest university of the former Radom Voivodeship. The university was established in 1950 sa a School of Engineering of General Technical Organization. For more than 50 years its name was often changed. The University of Technology and Humanities in Radom comprises 8 faculties, 4 of which are of technical profile: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Transport and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Materials Science, Technology and Design, and Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, whereas Faculty of Art, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Philology and Pedagogics, and Faculty of Health Sciences and Physical Culture represent the Humanities. Students may choose from 27 degree courses (27 undergraduate and 12 graduate) and more than 100 specializations (majors). Many of them are unique in Poland. The University also provides 6 doctoral programmes (economics, fine arts, transport, electrical engineering, mechanics and mechanical engineering and machine building ). The ECTS system is fully implemented and used in each Faculty. Thus, students of the University have the possibility to study abroad at different European universities within the 3 Erasmus Programme. The study period at a foreign university is fully recognized at the Technical University of Radom. The University also accept foreign students within the Erasmus Programme, too. Students can join students organizations, self-government, any of 36 student scientific associations, sports clubs and the horse-riding club.

Faculties and courses[edit]

Academic Authoriteis[edit]

  • Rector - Prof. Zbigniew Łukasik, Ph.D., D.S.
  • Vice-Rector for Didactics and Students - Prof. Mirosław Luft, Ph.D., D.S.
  • Vice-Rector for Research - Prof. Zbigniew Kosma, Ph.D., D.S.
  • Vice-Rector for Human Resources Development and International Cooperation - Prof. Sławomir Bukowski, Ph.D., D.S.
  • Chanechellor - Mariusz Początek, M.S.
  • Vice-Chanchellor - Queaestor (Chief Accountant) - Anna Towarek, M.A.