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Gdansk University of Technology (GUT) is one of the oldest univeristies in Poland.  GUT   employs 2500 people, including 1200 academic teachers, has 9 faculties and 41 fields of study, has more than 26 thousand undergraduate, as well as about 400 doctoral students. GUT is among 7 best Polish universities according to the World University Ranking 2016.

Autodesk Authorized Training Center at Gdansk University of Technology (ACSA PG) was established in 1995. ACSA PG since April 2005 operates at the IT Service Centre at Gdansk University of Technology. Starting from 2015 ACSA PG has a status of the Authorised Academic Partner (AAP).  Being AAP our Center posses a wide variety of tools, training, branded sales and marketing materials — including placement on the publicly available Autodesk Authorized Academic Partner Locator. Autodesk supports AAP customers and equip their students for professional success after they graduate. They can download the free software from the website

Currently ACSA PG offers the following training with the possibility of obtaining a certificate of Autodesk, recognized around the world:

  1. AutoCAD for beginners (level I and II)
  2. AutoCAD Advanced (Level III)
  3. Visualization of spatial objects - 3D Studio

The latest offer includes Autodesk Fusion 360 training. Fusion 360 is the next-generation tool for the next generation. Students can create amazing designs with a modern, easy-to-use, powerful industrial and mechanical design tool and hone their skills to become tomorrow’s engineers, product designers, and industrial designers.  Students and educators can sign in or create an Autodesk account to get free educational access to download and start running Fusion 360 on their Mac or PC.


Info & Contacts

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Via Partenope, 36, 80121 Naples - ITALY
info@europeanmoocs.eu - www.europeanmoocs.eu
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme under grant agreement no 621030