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  1. AGH University of Scienceand Technology Krakow, 2012

  2. AGHUST history In 1912 a group of mining engineers began the initiative to establish the Academy of Mining. In 1919 JózefPiłsudski, the Head of the State, inaugurated the Academy of Mining. In 1947 an internal resolution was passed to change the name to the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy.

  3. AGHUST history

  4. AGH UST traditions

  5. Facts and figures • 16 faculties • 54 fields of study • more than 200 specialisations • totalnumber of students : 37 996 • full-timestudents: 25 997 • part-time students: 8 251 • doctoralstudents: 788 • postgraduatestudents: 2 960 • over150 000 graduates • over2000 researchers including 550 independent research workers

  6. Education structure The following courses are available at AGHUST: • level I degreecoursesleading to Bachelor’s degree • level II degreecoursesleading to Master’sdegree • level III degreecourses/Ph.D. • postgraduatecourses (morethan 90 disciplines)

  7. Level I and Level II degree courses (1) • Faculty of Mining and Geoengineering • Civil Engineering • Mining and Geology • Environmental Engineering • Management and Production Engineering • Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science • Metallurgy • Materials Engineering • Applied Computer Science • Education in Technology and Informatics • Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering • Automatic Control and Robotics • Electrical Engineering • Applied Computer Science • Biomedical Engineering • Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics • and Telecommunications • Electronics and Telecommunications • Electronics and Telecommunications (in english) • Computer Science • Teleinformatics • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics • Automatic Control and Robotics • Mechanical and Materials Engineering • Acoustic Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Mechatronics • Mechatronics (in english) • Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environment Protection • Geophysics • Mining and Geology • Applied Computer Science • Environmental Engineering • Environmental Protection • Tourism and Recreation • Ecological Sources of Energy • Faculty of Mining Surveying andEnvironmental Engineering • Geodesy, Surveying and Cartography • Environmental Engineering • Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics • Chemical Technology • Materials Engineering • Ceramics • Chemistry of Building Materials (inter-institutional studies)

  8. Level I and Level II degree courses (2) • Faculty of Foundry Engineering • Metallurgy • Virtotechnology • Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metals • Metallurgy • Materials Engineering • Management and Production Engineering • Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas • Mining and Geology • Oil and Gas Engineering • Faculty of Management • Management • Management and Production Engineering • Informatics and Econometrics • Faculty of Energy and Fuels • Chemical Technology • Power Engineering • Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science • Technical Physics • Applied Computer Science • Medical Physics • Faculty of Applied Mathematics • Mathematics • Faculty of Humanities • Sociology • Cultural Studies • Computational Engineering – field of study offered by the Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science and Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science

  9. Level III degreecourses/Ph.D. 12 faculties are entitled to confer the doctor’s degree infollowing disciplines: • automatics and robotics • biocybernetics and biomedical engineering • chemical technology • chemistry • computer science • electronics • electrotechnics • energy engineering • environmental egineering • geodesy and cartography • geology • geophysics • machinery construction andexploitation • materials engineering • mechanics • metallurgy • mining and geoengineering geology • physics • telecommunication

  10. Internationalization of studies • 20 fields of study in English • The University Base of Subjects in English (nearly 50 fields of study ) • the possibility of a double diploma • nearly 300 bilateral agreements withintheframework of theErasmus LLP progremme Centre for International Students www.international.agh.edu.pl

  11. Otherforms of study • e-learning • studiesinEnglish (BSc, MSc, Ph.D, MBA, Postgraduatestudies) • Open University • Zeroyear • Preparatory courses • Compensatory Courses • Summercourses for foreigner • Courses and training

  12. Research and education at AGHUST main areas • Information technologies • New materials and technologies • Environment and climate change • Energy and it’s Resources • Mining • Electrical and mechanical engineering • Exact and Earth Sciences • Social-Economic Sciences and Humanities

  13. Major research and teachingareas 1. Information Technologies • Computer Science • Telecommunications • Electronics

  14. Major research and teachingareas 2. New Materials and Technologies • Nanotechnologies • Materials Science and Materials Technologies • Ceramic Engineering • Metals Engineering • Biomedical Engineering • Geo-engineering

  15. Major research and teaching areas 3. Environment and Climate Changes • Environmental Engineering • Environmental Protection • Balanced Development

  16. Major research and teachingareas 4. Energy and its Resources • Energy Technologies • Renewable Sources of Energy • Natural Resources and Waste Management Knowledge and Innovation Communities, EITInnoEnergy „Clean Coal Technology” located inAGHUST from 2010

  17. Major research and teachingareas • 5. Mining • Black Coal Engineering • Brown Coal Engineering • Management of EnergyResources • Oil and Gas Engineering • Geotechnology and UndergroundBuilding Engineering

  18. Major research and teachingareas 6. Electrical and Mechanical Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Mechanics, Construction and Operation of Machines • Automatics and Robotics • Mechatronics

  19. Major research and teachingareas 7. Exact and Earth Sciences • Mathematics • Physics • Chemistry • Geodesy • Geology and Geophysics

  20. Major research and teachingareas 8. Social-Economic Sciences and Humanities • Management and Marketing • Economics • Information Society • Sociology, Psychology and Philosophy • Political and Historical Sciences

  21. Research projects 2011 Total number: 2300

  22. Research and students laboratories

  23. National and International collaboration • Cooperation with 200 academic centers from 50 countries (e.g. the USA, Japan) • Cooperation with numerous companies (e.g. IBM, Valeo, Comarch, Motorola, EDF, L.G., Philips, RWE Power AG, Lafarge, Cemex, Delphi, Siemens, KGHM, ....) • Participation in many research and educational programs e.g.: FPs of EU, SOCRATES-ERASMUS, TIME, INTERREG III, LEONARDO, TEMPUS, EUREKA, COST, e-TEN, ...

  24. Internationalization of studies Complex programs of international cooperation - International Exchange Programs (IEP) • Developing of foreign language programs in AGH UST • Developing of „visiting professors” programs in AGH UST • „Balanced exchange” of students and staff using internal and external financial support • Strategic regions (Germany; France; Spain; UC&E Europe; USA; C&E Asia; Latin America)

  25. Internationalization of studies FORMS OF ACTIVITIES: • Accent on institutional education cooperation – „double diploma” and common international schools (T.I.M.E. membership) • Special cooperation program with international industry • AGH UST Rector’s Fellowship Program

  26. Infrastructure Investment in new facilities and projects is crucial for the current activity of AGHUST as well as its future development.

  27. Infrastructure IT Centre BuildingFaculty of Energy and Fuels

  28. Infrastructure Ceramic Centre Centre of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology

  29. Infrastructure

  30. Infrastructure

  31. AGHUST students campus AGHUST Campus – the biggest campus in Poland • 9 000 places for students • canteens, brasseries, bistros • hotel services • medical centre • security system (monitoring) • bank • post office • clubs • radio station • shopping facilities • gyms • kindergarten • modern, cordless computer network WiFi

  32. Student life Unforgettableatmosphere of studying

  33. Krakow – city of science and culture • Beautiful, old Krakow, a magic city, the cultural capital of Poland • Theatres, galleries, museums – Krakow captivates you with its charm and magic • Unique study atmosphere for over 200 thousand students

  34. Thank You