Warsaw 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.
It is not only the oldest, but also the best technical university in Poland; in the ranking of Polish universities, it has taken the first place in its category for nine years.
At Warsaw University of Technology, over 180 student research groups, organisations and associations are active, and the educational offer includes more than 30 fields of study (also with English as a medium of instruction).
All students and alumni of Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) are welcome to take advantage of the Career Services (CS) providing advice, education and information in the field of professional promotion of students, Ph.D. students and graduates of the University.
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At WUT there are 10 dormitories with single, double, triple rooms or apartments to choose from.
Gym, swimming pool, library, TV room, laundry and kitchen also available. The price of a room is approximately 100 Euro monthly.
Students Union is responsible for the accomodation of all international students. All the information on the registration system is available in the Handbook for International Students.
The WUT Digital Library: selection of digitised materials from the WUT Main Library collections, textbooks and learning materials and WUT research output, as well as materials of historical and cultural significance.
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.
Students Union contributes to a significant extent to the internationalization and international cooperation at WUT.
The main role in this activity is played by a special team who is in charge of international affairs - International Matters Committee of Students Union. The Committee represents Polish and foreign students before the University authorities and is responsible for expenditures on international cooperation of students organizations.
They collect and share information on international scholarships, internships and educational programs for students. International Affairs Committee is a link between the University (represented by authorities and Centre for International Cooperation) and all students.
University which gives the opportunity to meet multicultural and diverse people, which enables the transfer of knowledge to the next level. Enabling more practical experience over theoretical knowledge can be improved. Overall, the university is one of the best in Poland.
I expected more practical approach, there's too much theory and unnececary subjects only slightly related to my course.
Low quality education, extremely heavy schedule which doesn't let you study other subjects (so if you are neurodivergent, it might become a torture for you), faculty literally wants to fail as much student as possible. They are not friendly with the students.
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