Poznan University of Technology seeks to achieve excellence in education as well as innovative, multi-disciplinary research. Located in the culturally growing, historical city of Poznan, it aims at providing a platform for scholars from around the world to exchange their ideas, research and hopes concerning the future.
Poznan, which was shortly the capital of Poland, is situated in the Greater Poland Voivodeship. Being the cultural, business and tourist hub of the area it is a city of two faces. History and tradition intermingles with modern architecture and innovative city planning. The city’s international airport and railway station provide comfortable connections from all over the world.
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The Poznan University of Technology (PUT) campus is situated next to the picturesque Warta River. Various departments are located in different buildings though the central part of the campus is the Lecture Hall (Centrum Wykładowe), from which one can see the city magnificent city panorama. On the other side of the PUT campus one will find the Olympic-sized Malta Lake and an all year skiing resort.