Silesian University of Technology in numbers
is the year when the Silesian University of Technology was founded. Today, it is the oldest technical university in Upper Silesia. It was established as a scientific and didactic base for the most industrialised district in Poland and, at the same time, one of the most industrialised areas in Europe - Upper Silesia.
scientific disciplines: architecture and urban planning; automatic control, electronics and electrical engineering; chemical engineering; information and communication technology; biomedical engineering; civil engineering and transport; materials engineering; mechanical engineering; environmental engineering, mining and energy; chemical sciences; earth and related environmental sciences; management and quality sciences.
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units, including: 13 faculties and 2 institutes providing high quality education and research.
cities in which the units of the Silesian University of Technology are located. These are Gliwice, Katowice, Zabrze and Rybnik.
Academic High Schools of the Silesian University of Technology. They are located in Rybnik and Gliwice.
over 18 000
of students study at the Silesian University of Technology in first-cycle studies (engineering and bachelor's), second-cycle studies (master's), doctoral school and postgraduate studies.
fields of study - including technical studies, as well as others such as business analytics, interior design, applied linguistics, mathematics, pre-school and early school pedagogy, sociology, management and project management.
student scientific associations implement their projects and develop knowledge in various areas of science.
student organisations are active at the Silesian University of Technology
dormitories located in Gliwice, Katowice and Zabrze.
employees work at the Silesian University of Technology. There are 1668 academic staff and 1550 non-academic staff.
doctors of science