The Ministry of Education and Science has positively evaluated the University of Technology and Life Sciences transfer application. Jan and Jędrzej Śniadeckich to Bydgoszcz University of Technology – UTP spokesperson, Szymon Ł said. Różański.

The Minister of Education and Science, Przemislav Kosarnik, in the presence of the President of UTP, Marek Adamsky, handed over to the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of Ministers, Łukasz Schreiber, a request to begin legislative work on a bill on changing the university’s name to Bydgoszcz University of Technology. Jan and Jordzig Schnyadecke.

“We are sending the relevant bill to legislative work. In this way, the map of Poland will be enriched with the new University of Bydgoszcz of Technology. We are convinced that the project will be approved by the parliamentary majority and the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda,” said Minister Tsarnik, quoting a UTP spokesperson.

Minister Schreiber stressed that “it will be the first polytechnic institute in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian province, next to two universities, which will enhance the position of science in the region.” He thanked the President of the University and the entire University for this initiative.

The issue of establishing the University of Technology has been discussed for many years among the academic community of UTP. The debate ended with a university-wide referendum held at the beginning of February, in which more than 80% of the electorate participated with the name change.

“The current academic year is the 70th year in the history of the university. The jubilee is an opportunity not only to celebrate, but also to make important decisions about the future of the university. This is without a doubt the transformation into the University of Technology, which I hope will soon become a reality under the law” – said University President Adamski.

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Bydgoszcz Learning became the University of Technology and Life Sciences in 2006. It was previously the University of Technology and Agriculture (1974-2006) and the Graduate School of Engineering (1964-1974). ATR was created as a result of a merger with WSI with the Bydgoszcz branch of the Agricultural University of Poznan.

The UTP structure includes seven Faculties: Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Engineering, Animal Husbandry and Biology, Mechanical Engineering, Agriculture and Biotechnology, Technology and Chemical Engineering, Telecommunications, Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, and Management.

Currently, Nicholas Copernicus University in Toruون and Kazimierz Wilkie University in Bydgoszcz in the Coyavian-Pomeranian province. (PAP)

Author: Jerzy Rouse

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