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The Cracow University of Technology An interview with Prof. Kazimierz Furtak, Rector of the Cracow University of Technology (CUT).
• This year you have been re-elected Rector of the Cracow University of Technology. What is likely to be the most important goal during your second...
We work so that Kraków and Małopolska become a regional power in the field of life sciences A conversation with Kazimierz Murzyn, Director of the Life Science Klaster in Kraków.
• What position does the Klaster have in the building of a bioregion in Małopolska?
• We do a lot so that it is crucial. A number of activities...
Discover Daily Life in the Middle Ages Cracow has gained an unusual attraction which is not only for tourists, but also for the permanent inhabitants of the city. All will now have the chance to come into almost direct contact with the everyday life of the medieval city. Until recently the remains of that distant past were covered by...
A city where time flows differently • elegant Renaissance residence of Polish monarchs on Wawel Hill

• splendid collections of paintings, including works by Leonardo da Vinci (the famous Lady with Ermine) and Rembrandt

• the world’s largest medieval market square, still full of life...
Our free monthly magazine for those visiting Cracow, ‘Welcome to Cracow & Małopolska’, has been published for almost 20 years. Both tourists and those in the city on business are thus able to find useful information about Cracow’s attractions, the relics of its past, its...
The Piast Origins of Cracow’s Academic Tradition The beginnings of academia in Cracow go back as far as the end of the Piast epoch, the Piasts being the first family to rule Poland, with later family representatives founding the State of Poland in 966AD. However, it took considerable time and effort before King Casimir III the Great (Kazimierz...
Science – Cracow’s Increasingly Significant Industry There are many ways to demonstrate Cracow’s position on the scientific map of Poland, but we will use the latest and the most symbolic example. Fundacja na rzecz Nauki Polskiej (The Foundation for Polish Science) has recently selected 159 of the most talented scientists in the whole country...
AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow An interview with Prof. Dr hab. Eng. Antoni Tajduś, Rector of AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow.
• AGH recently won a competition organised by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, in which several foreign universities...
The Quality of Education Comes First An interview with Prof. Lech A. Bukowski, Dean of the Faculty of Management, A.G.H. University of Science and Technology.
• At present the number of places for students at Polish universities outnumber the number of possible applicants. How does your...
Old Cracow or a City for Young People? To study in Cracow or to visit it to participate in a conference? This is the dream of many young Poles and more and more frequently the goal of others from across Europe. Why? What is it that is at the root of this dream? Apart from the quality of the education at the local universities, the...

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