The Cracow University of Technology was established in 1946 which has been accredited by the Polish Accreditation Committee.
The university consists of 8 faculties in 30 different majors of study with 1,100 academic staff and around 14,000 students. It has received the award of Logo Human Resources Excellence by the European Commission.
Around 80,000 graduates have graduated from the university and now working in private and public corporations, national and international enterprises, government administration and the number of research institutes.
The university has cooperation with a number of scientific centers and foreign universities across all over the world that enables joint research and publications programs, diploma programs and student exchange programs.
The Cracow University of Technology has been listed in the following ranking systems:
QS World University Ranking (#801-1000)
Central Asia University Rankings (#79)
Shanghai Ranking of Academic Subjects 2019 – Mechanical Engineering (#301 – 400)
U-Multirank UI GreenMetric World University Ranking 2018 (#572)
Following are the highlights of studying engineering at Cracow University of Technology:
Intake for Engineering Course
10+2 with 50% marks
Average Tuition Fees(approx)
INR. 2.48 lakhs (per year)
Country - 16
Following are the benefits of studying engineering at Cracow University of Technology:
The university provides top employment and internship opportunities to students through international exchange programs.
The university has an affiliation with foreign universities that incorporate to develop advanced programs at the faculties.
Erasmus+ programs are conducted at the university that provides a lifelong learning experience to students of the different faculty.
The students at the university are trained under the guidance of top researchers and scientists of the country.
The alumni of the university have participated in the leading European Education program to establish a high standard of education in the technical field.
As per the uniRank system, the country and world ranking of Cracow University of Technology is:
Following is the cost of living in the city of Krakow:
|Particular||Cost in INR||Cost in USD|
40,000 to 45,000
5500 to 7500
1700 to 2000
Note: $1 = Rs.70
Krakow is the second-largest city in Poland located on the sides of the Vistula river. The city has a grand historic architecture and cultural leadership with the world heritage site designated in 1978. It has expanded rapidly as a trade center and situated at an elevation of 220 meters above sea level. Around 36 museums are there in the city of Krakow including National Museums and Historical Museums.
The climate of the city is semi-continental and oceanic with an average annual temperature of 8.7°C. The summer temperature exceeds up to 25°C and drops to -5°C in the winter.
The city has hundreds of restaurants that occupied the places for foodies across all over the world and providing the eateries from the fast-food joints to sushi bars. Most of the restaurants in the city represent the international tradition of foods thereby binding the people from all parts of the world.