The development of international cooperation is one of key priorities for Wrocław University of Science and Technology. It encompasses many areas covered by the Programme of Tertiary Education Internationalisation announced by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education on June 18 2015. Our University has been increasing its competitiveness on the international market for many years.
- We boast a very interesting curricular offering in the English language (over 35 study programmes, MBA programmes), which attracts a growing number of foreign partners,
- we have inter-university and inter-departmental cooperation agreements signed by over 120 tertiary institutes from 36 countries,
- we have already signed 15 student exchange agreements and 16 agreements with respect to awarding dual degrees (including 8 under the prestigious T.I.M.E programme). Every year, about 600 students (incoming and outgoing) and 120 staff (foreign trips) take part in the academic exchange under the Erasmus+ programme,
- since 2010, we have participated in the VISITING PROFESSORS programme. As participants in the initiative, we have already played host to 29 eminent scientists and science popularisers from all over the world,
- for a few years, we have been organising specialised Summer Schools:
- in 2016, 126 students from 4 universities in India took part in the third edition of "WrUT Summer School",
- 25 participants from all over the world conducted their projects during the fourth edition of "3E+ Summer School",
- during the "Summer School of Architecture Living Unit", 30 students from Poland and the Netherlands designed shelters for refugees,
- also the "International Week" – an annual event for staff of foreign partner universities cooperating internationally – is attracting growing interest.
All activities described above are supported or conducted by the Office of International Affairs. Its mission is to actively promote the University in the international arena, develop opportunities for student experience enrichment, establish partnerships and support international cooperation in the area of science and research.