about the University

The West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin is a public university linking the long-term tradition of the University of Agriculture in Szczecin and Szczecin University of Technology. Its educational offer and location make it an attractive place of study for ambitious young people ready to invest into their career and willing to build innovative, knowledge-based society in future.

If you would like to join the University's student community, consider the following options:

  • full bachelor and master programmes
  • one or two semesters (exchange students, e.g. under Erasmus+ programme),
  • practical placement (send an individual inquiry to incoming@zut.edu.pl).


FULL PROGRAMMES: Candidates can make their choice between bachelor, master, doctoral and post-graduate programmes delivered in 45 study areas at the university’s 11 faculties:

PLEASE NOTE: In general full study programmes are taught in Polish (unless indicated otherwise).


Applicants intrested in doctoral studies are asked to send their inquaries to: szkola.doktorska@zut.edu.pl
Applicants intrested in postgraduate studies are asked to send their inquaries to: dzial.ksztalcenia@zut.edu.pl

English study programmes (undergraduate/gradaute) available for given academic year



Faculty of Architecture

Faculty of Biotechnology and Animal Husbandry

Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Faculty of Economics

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics

Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture

Faculty of Food Sciences and Fisheries

Faculty of Maritime Technology and Transport

Faculty Chemical Technology and Engineering


Recognizing the benefits resulting from international cooperation, the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin is an institution open to all kind of projects enhancing internationalization processes and introducing an international dimension to its educational and research activities. A special invitation is open to foreign students willing to complete both full degrees and part time programmes during exchange periods (e.g. one or two semesters in the framework of Erasmus programme).