Today, the University has five faculties:
- the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
- the Faculty of Environmental, Geomatic and Energy Engineering
- the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control and Computer Science
- the Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering
- the Faculty of Management and Computer Modelling
There are over 10,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in 19 disciplines and more than 60 specialisms. The University has the right to award the degree of doctor of science and technology in seven disciplines: automation and robotics, civil engineering, environmental engineering, electrical engineering, production engineering, mechanics, and mechanical engineering. It has also the right to award the degree of habilitated doctor of science and technology in three disciplines: mechanical engineering, civil engineering and electrical engineering.
The Kielce University of Technology is an academic higher education institution offering first, second and third cycle programmes. Currently, the University employs 496 teaching staff. The University is situated on a large 22-hectare campus in the city centre. There are five main buildings with teaching and research facilities, each dedicated to a different faculty, the country-unique Laser Processing Research Centre, a modern building that houses the Rector’s Office and the University Library, a sports hall, a brand new lecture hall seating 600, six halls of residence, two apartment buildings and a large building with the Pod Krechą Student Club.
The University also has a 2.75-hectare satellite campus at Dąbrowa near Kielce with research and teaching facilities and administration offices of the Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering.