From 17th October to 19th October 2017 the delegation of The Military University of Technology represented by Vice-Rector for Military Affairs Col. Artur Król, DSc, Eng. and Col. Mariusz Gontarczyk, Ph.D., MSc. Eng., Head of Department of International Cooperation participated in the European Military Academies Commandants Seminar held by Estonian National Defence College in Tartu. The idea originated in 2009 and the seminars are traditionally organized by countries currently holding the presidency of The European Union.
The subject matter of the seminar was related to the experiences and future cooperation prospects between academies including the exchange of military students. The participants also emphasized the role of student and research-teaching staff exchange in the creation of the common European safety and security policy. The representatives of military academies who took part in the seminar were from: Estonia, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Finland, Sweden, Great Britain. There were also the members of Baltic Defence College and European Defence and Security College.