The Warsaw University of Technology

The patron of the Polish Rectors Foundation and the Institute of Knowledge Society is the Warsaw University of Technology, in whose walls the Foundation and the Institute were established. The PW Senate in its resolution of 21 June 2001 states, inter alia:

"In connection with the establishment on June 7, 2001 within the walls of the Warsaw University of Technology by a group of several dozen Rectors of the Polish Rectors Foundation with a temporary seat in Warsaw University, the Senate - after hearing the mission and the Statute of the Foundation - welcomes the initiative, emphasizing its importance for the development of education The choice of place and date of convening the Founders 'Founders' Congregation, as part of the Jubilee Year celebrations of the 175th anniversary of our university tradition, refers to its historical identity as an academic institution present in public life. That - as is the case with some other institutions and organizations - the Warsaw University of Technology will provide the Polish Rectors Foundation, as an institution established to act for the public good in the fields of education, science and culture, appropriate conditions for action, including permanent headquarters in the area university "(...).

As a consequence of this resolution, the Warsaw University of Technology, among others it provided the Foundation with an initial temporary facility free of charge, and then - in May 2003 - appropriately prepared and equipped rooms along with the basic technical infrastructure, intended for the permanent seat of the Foundation in the Guest House PW. The actions of the Warsaw University of Technology were gratefully and appreciated in the academic environment, which was reflected in the documents of the Conference of Polish Academic School Rectors. In the resolution of September 14, 2002, the rectors - members of the CRASP Presidium, welcoming the Foundation's activities, welcome Warsaw University of Technology for providing the Foundation with appropriate conditions for action. Relations between the Foundation and the Polytechnic also result from the "Agreement on joint organization of educational events" concluded on 11 January 2002 between Warsaw University of Technology and the Educational Publisher PERSPECTIVES PRESS.


The Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP)

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The Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP) was formed by Polish institutions of higher education which had the right to award the doctor's degree (or equivalent) in at least one scientific discipline. CRASP is the representative body of academic schools. The Conference was founded on 7 June 1997 by rectors of higher education institutions, being members of conferences of rectors of the various types of these institutions, namely universities, technical universities, institutions of agriculture, pedagogy, economics, medicine, and fine arts. Currently, CRASP has 108 members (including 12 non-public schools) and 9 institutions have the status of an associated institution. The Conference of Rectors of Public Vocational Schools (KRePSZ) has the status of an associated conference. CRASP safeguards traditional academic values, including the constitutional principle of higher education institutions autonomy which guarantees the right of these institutions to present their positions on all issues of interest to the academic community. The Conference is governed by the Statutes adopted on 24 September 2005 and amended on 14 November 2005 and then on 13 October 2006 by the Plenary Assembly of CRASP.


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PCG Academia

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School and Pedagogical Publishing House (WSiP)

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Polish Scientific Publishers PWN


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Polish Scientific Publishers PWN is one of the most famous, the oldest and the largest publisher of scientific, educational and professional publications in Poland. PWN is committed to providing reliable knowledge and innovative educational solutions of lifelong use. PWN continuously promotes the achievements of Polish and the world science, publishing about 300 titles a year, including academic textbooks, scientific literature, popular science publications as well as books for professionals. PWN cooperates with many higher education institutions and with the best experts and researchers in almost all areas of science, and their editors ensure high quality level of publications. PWN focuses on technology development and product diversity. An example is the first virtual reading room in Poland – IBUK LIBRA, open access and free e-journal for academic personnel on general academic matters “Niezbędnik Akademicki”. PWN also created the PWN Institute which focuses on training and organizing conferences for professionals, e g. in the tertiary education sector (lecturers, senior managers, and administrators).











 The Conference of Rectors of Public Vocational Schools 

The Conference of Rectors of Public Vocational Schools (KRZaSP) is, next to the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland, one of two conferences of rectors provided for by the provisions of the Law on Higher Education. It associates the rectors of non-public and public universities providing vocational education (first and second level). The main tasks of KRZaSP include: undertaking activities for the development of higher education, care for the adaptation of the Polish education system to European standards, coordination of cooperation between universities, representation of higher education and preparation of opinions for the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.