Cracow University of Technology

Cracow University of Technology (CUT) has been educating students for 65 years in seven faculties. Total number of alumni that graduated from Cracow University of Technology exceeds 62,500. In May 2008 our university was rated by the magazine Newsweek Poland as the best university in Poland according to employers who eagerly hire our alumni due to their high qualifications.



The Institute of Technology, established in 1834, provided solid foundation for further development of engineering education in Kraków.

Cracow University of Technology received its current name and independence in 1954.


The Cracow University of Technology signed 65 bilateral agreements and 195 Erasmus agreements that allow its students to experience studies abroad not only in countries of the European Union but also in the USA, Canada, Mexico and places as distant as Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore or South Korea.

They may choose from 2 Bachelor of Science, 1 PhD and 11 Master of Science programmes and more than 200 English-taught courses (non degree students). Each year a group of students from the USA, Canada, Mexico and Australia takes opportunity to enrol for the unique Urban Design International Programme offered in English by the Faculty of Architecture of the Cracow University of Technology.


Careers Service (CS) support students and graduates of our university in their transition from education to labour market. It operates since 1997 as an organisational unit of the university.

Students may use the opportunity of individual counselling as to their job perspectives at any stage of their studies including meetings with job counsellor, psychological testing, career planning skills etc. as well as they may participate in training and workshops related to soft skills needed in the recruitment process.

Student Life

Campus life

Cracow is an extraordinary place which once visited remains in your memory forever. Located in the south of Poland, not far from the Tatra Mountains, attracts a lot of visitors from all over the world. Some of them settle here, some, missing the place, come back after years.

Cracow, the former Capital of Poland, is also one of the oldest university centres in Europe. Studying here it is not just studying, it is studying in Cracow, and it also means a unique atmosphere of cobblestone streets, galleries, theatres, cinemas and pubs.


Cracow University of Technology (CUT) is accredited by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the CUT Faculty of Architecture earned accreditation of the Royal Institute of British Architects.