Warsaw University of Technology is the oldest technical university in Poland. Its origins date back to the 19th century: it was founded in 1826 as the first Polish multidisciplinary university of technology. In the beginning, it consisted of 3 faculties: Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering and Construction. Constantly developing, it became one of the biggest education institution in the country, offering more than 30 fields of studies.
Our priorities are multi-layered study programs supported by an advanced scientific research. In response to market demands, we offer an exciting range of professional and technological programs which prepare students for their future careers. WUT authorities and the entire academic staff do their best to acquaint the students with up-to-date knowledge and skills which are useful in today’s world. WUT offers programs at B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels in almost every field of technology – ranging from civil engineering and
architecture to mechanical engineering and computer science. We provide also education complementary to technical studies, in the field of economics, management, administration and business. Some of the programs are available in Polish and some in English.
Scientific and research work conducted at Warsaw University of Technology is an answer to the challenges of modern science and economy. WUT not only supports Polish innovators by changing their inventions into companies, but it also initiates cooperation with national and foreign entities. The university is a member of research consortia of outstanding scientists from various universities and scientific institutions and entrepreneurs who wish to implement new technologies. Warsaw Technological Space – WUT Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management is an original project subsidized from the European Funds aiming at commercialization of scientific projects and technology transfer.
Students and graduates of Warsaw University of Technology become valued employees at many local and international companies:
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International Students Office is responsible for admission process and support for international candidates and students. Throughout the studies, students are also attended and supported by Student Offices specific for each department, the Deans and Coordinators of English studies at Faculties. Other two offices aimed at students are Careers Office and Students Union.
Accommodation is offered in 10 university dormitories for a fee of about 150 euro per month, in double or triple rooms.
The WUT Library System consists of Main Library located on the main campus which is available for everyone, as well as local smaller branch libraries at the faculties and in dormitories.
Healthcare facilities are off campus. Students can sign up for Polish public health insurance for a very good price.
Students who are obliged to take sport classes can choose from variety of activities and use sport facilities located close to the dormitories. They include sport courts, swimming pools, sports halls for team games, gyms etc.
WUT holds local and international accreditations specific for each separate program of studies.
I don't recommend this university for International students. But a good university for Polish students.
The university itself is a little bit outdated in terms of education methods. Staff is not really the youngest and it's quite difficult to encourage any change in the program itself. However, I met some amazing people and managed to learn a lot of useful skills and abilities. Prices in the area neighbouring the university are quite low, accomodation is also pretty...
it's a very good university with distinguished professors and professional teaching methods