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Warsaw University of Technology


About University


The Warsaw University of is one of the leading institutes of technology in Poland and one of the largest in Central Europe, Warsaw. The origins of Warsaw University of Technology date back to 1826 when engineering education was begun in the Warsaw Institute of Technology. The university of Technology started on its own in 1915 thanks to the efforts of the Association for Scientific Courses and the Citizens’ Committee of the City of Warsaw. Today it employs 2,453 teaching faculty, with 357 professors and has about 5,000 graduates per year.


  • Warsaw University of Technology consists of 22 faculties:
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science;
  • Faculty of Administration and Social Science;
  • Faculty of Architecture;
  • Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering;
  • Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering;
  • Faculty of Chemistry;
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering;
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology;
  • Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering;
  • Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography;
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science;
  • Faculty of Management;
  • Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering;
  • Faculty of Mechatronics;
  • Faculty of Production Engineering;
  • Faculty of Physics;
  • Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Transport;
  • WUT Business School;
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry;
  • College of Economics and Social Sciences.

Student Life in Warsaw


Warsaw is Poland’s capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.

Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can  visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.



At Warsaw University of Technology there are 10 dormitories with single, double, triple rooms or apartments to choose from. Gym, swimming pool, library, TV room, laundry and kitchens are also available. The Students Union is responsible for the accommodation of all international students. All the information on the registration system is available in the Handbook for International Students.



Warsaw University of Technology not only supports Polish innovators by changing their inventions into companies, but it also initiates cooperation with national and foreign companies.

Warsaw University of Technology is also a member of research consortia which combines the potential of outstanding scientists from various universities and other scientific institutions with that of entrepreneurs who wish to implement new technologies. As an example may serve the Centre for Pre-Clinical Research and Technologies (CePT), in which research will be conducted in the field of biomedical engineering and biotechnology, on the most frequent civilization illnesses, in particular cancer, neurological diseases, and illnesses of the circulation system, as well as illnesses connected with aging.


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