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Prospective Students


The Put Erasmus program certainly lived up to all my expectations. The program gave me a good knowledge base in practices across a wide variety of business disciplines. The education was inspiring, challenging and dynamic. Most importantly of all, it is enjoyable. My business experience so far proved the value of taking courses from a faculty of experienced academicians and real business experts, working on real cases. 


Faruk Ortakaya

Deputy Manager

Kayra, Turkey



I studied in Poznan University of Technology in Corporate Management. Well studying in PUT was great privileged my two years course was so effective and resourceful which help for my professional job helped a lot. I have been graduated in 2014 March.


Vinod Reddy

Planning specialist with SAP based work performance

Unilever Poland services Sp z o.o.





I was an Erasmus student at Faculty of Engineering Management - Engineering in Commerce from September 2013 to June 2014 so I studied  two semesters. As a foreign student it was better than I expected from the beginning to the end.  Faculty staff helped me a lot and teachers were so understanding, helpful and interested. I was lucky because I found a change to study with Polish students. I'd like to thanks all of them. They started to help me first day and when Ii had a trouble about a class I’ve always found someone who were able to help me. About the classes, there was more than theoretical information. Exercises and projects helped me to understand the main point of each class and also they were not so difficult or easy, I think that makes easy comprehending them. So I’m very glad to be studied at Faculty of Engineering Management and I want to come back next year for master degree on Corporate Management. I'm currently not working but I'm doing an internship in Turkey.






 During my stay in Poland, I was enrolled in the Master 'Corporate  Management' as an academic exchange between Polytechnic University  of Valencia and Poznan University of Technology.

It was a very nice time the year I was in Poznan. The treatment I  received from the University was great. I felt as being at my hometown  since the first day. I really appreciate events like 'Polish Week' at  the beginning or even the integration and cultural Polish course.
During my stay I could study subjects in an interactive way. I did lot  of projects that I had to present for an audience and I learnt working  with teams composed for several people.


Juan A. López

R+D Consultant at Business Initiatives Consulting  S.L.