Opole University of Technology
address: Prószkowska 76 St.
45-758 Opole, Poland
phone: +48 77 449 85 12
Opole University of Technology (OUTech) is an internationally oriented leading high-tech university. We are located in the stunning and student-friendly city of Opole. We provide education mostly in the area of technical science but also in fields of management, tourism, sport and physiotherapy. Our scientific and educational potential is built by high-class academic and research staff. Thanks to collaboration with the finest local companies and valuable foreign partnerships, our students get a first-hand practical knowledge and skills adjusted to the requirements of the current global market standards. University is currently composed of six faculties:
- Civil Engineering & Architecture
- Economics and Management
- Electronical Engineering, Automatic Control and IT
- Mechanical Engineering
- Production Engineering & Logistics
- Physical Education & Physiotherapy
We educate 7 500 learners including up to 400 international students each year. Our students do real science – they design pioneering projects such as the internationally recognized MouseBOX, Chameleon Vehicle (European Rover Challenge’s laureate) or Solar Bike. We also organize a highly acclaimed TEDx events.
Thanks to Erasmus+ program we offer scholarships for studying and training abroad. We cooperate with over 100 partner universities. Our international partner institutions and companies create various work placement opportunities in Europe.
Our research is focused on groundbreaking technologies and innovations and transcends traditional fields of engineering, combining specialized technical sciences with economics, administration, sport and medical sciences. Thanks to the latest investments and infrastructure upgrading our academics work in laboratories furnished with a high-class research equipment. Our students learn, discover, create and have fun. Join our stimulating and inspiring international University!
Facts & figures
- Established in 1966
- 540 academic staff
- 152 professors
- 25 foreign researchers
- 7500 students
- 400 foreign students (including Erasmus students)