Warsaw University of Technology

logoThe Warsaw University of Technology, so named in 1915, continues the tradition of the Preparatory School for the Institute of Technology set up in Warsaw in 1826 thanks to the efforts of Stanisław Staszic. The University's roots also reach down to the Hipolit Wawelberg and Stanisław Rotwand School of Machine Construction and Electrical Engineering, created in 1895. The many generations of engineers it turned out and its significant contributions to the development of technical sciences earned the Warsaw University of Technology an acclaimed position in the country as well as international renown.



BSc Management (Spec. Digital Economy Management)Warsaw10500 €1750 €
BSc Automotive MechatronicsWarsaw10850 €1550 €
BSc Electric and Hybrid Vehicles EngineeringWarsaw10850 €1550 €
BSc Computer Science Warsaw11550 €1650 €
BSc Mechatronics (Spec. Photonic Engineering)Warsaw9450 €1350 €
BSc Aerospace EngineeringWarsaw10500 €1500 €
BSc Power Engineering Warsaw10500 €1500 €
BSc Civil EngineeringWarsaw16000 €2000 €
BSc Environmental EngineeringWarsaw12000 €1500 €
BSc Electrical EngineeringWarsaw12000 €1500 €
BSc Computer Science (Spec. Computer Systems and Networks)Warsaw16000 €2000 €
BSc Telecommunications Warsaw16000 €2000 €


MSc Biotechnology (Spec. Applied Biotechnology)Warsaw6000 €2000 €
MSc Civil Engineering (Spec. Civil Engineering Structures)Warsaw7500 €2500 €
MSc Environment Engineering (Spec. Environment Protection Engineering)Warsaw4500 €1500 €
MSc Electrical EngineeringWarsaw6000 €2000 €
MSc Computer Science (Spec. Artifical Intelligence)Warsaw6300 €2100 €
MSc Mechatronics (Spec. Photonics Engineering)Warsaw4050 €1350 €
MSc Power Engineering Warsaw4500 €1500 €
MSc Aerospace Engineering Warsaw4500 €1500 €
MSc Transport (Spec. Transport Systems Engineering and Management)Warsaw3000 €1000 €
MSc Architecture (Spec. Architecture for Society of Knowledge (ASK) Warsaw10000 €2500 €
MSc Computer Science (Spec. Computer Systems and Networks)Warsaw10000 €2500 €
MSc Telecommunications Warsaw10000 €2500 €
MSc Management (Spec. Global Enterprise Management)Warsaw7000 €1750 €
MSc Computer Science (Spec. Artifical Intelligence)Warsaw8400 €2100 €
MSc Photonics Warsaw8000 €2000 €
MSc Power Engineering (Spec. Nuclear Power Engineering)Warsaw6000 €1500 €
MSc Robotics Warsaw6000 €1500 €
MSc Management and Production Engineering (Spec. Global Production Engineering and Management (GPM) Warsaw6000 €1500 €


PhD Architecture Warsaw28000 €3500 €
PhD Electrical EngineeringWarsaw40000 €5000 €
PhD Electronics and Information Technology Warsaw48000 €6000 €
PhD Power and Aeronautical EngineeringWarsaw32000 €4000 €
PhD Building Services, Hydro and Environmental EngineeringWarsaw40000 €5000 €
PhD Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering Warsaw28000 €3500 €
PhD Chemical and Process EngineeringWarsaw32000 €4000 €

About university

Looking back at the history of the Warsaw University of Technology, we see not only achievements in academic teaching and scientific research but also efforts to steep young people in patriotism and to safeguard the academic community ethos.

It were the results of these efforts that led the academic community to repeatedly stand up in defense of the highest of values: the sovereignty of the Republic of Poland, freedom and civic rights, ethical principles and spiritual values nurtured over many centuries of Poland's history. Time and again the Warsaw University of Technology paid a heavy price for its commitment to these values ― suffering severe repression, seeing its activities curbed, and even being denied its very existence ― and yet it always came back to life, under different names, preserving freedom of thought and never weakening in its attachment to the European university tradition.

Today too our community works on to promote patriotism, solidarity, humanity and tolerance in succeeding generations of students, cultivating the University's heritage and the best of its traditions, taking care to preserve the unbroken adherence to recognized values and maintain the integrity of its achievements.

Its political impartiality notwithstanding, the Warsaw University of Technology retained its own identity as an institution taking an active part in public life, striving as far as possible to provide the young people of our day with equal opportunities to gain an education.

The Warsaw University of Technology is an academic institution of higher learning, shaping the future social elites ― educated people with a broad outlook on the world, conscious of their own views but also understanding and respecting the world views of others.

The University not only gives shape to the minds of its student but also forges their characters, awakens in them the kind of creative attitudes engineers should display, furnishing them not only with knowledge but also with skills. Knowledge is best imparted by those who actively expand it, and skills passed on by those who had to learn them through practice.

Warsaw University of Technology currently focuses on the university - industry cooperation. The main aim is to share knowledge, experience, good practices and entrepreneurial skills in the dissemination and transfer of technologies. We plan to explore opportunities for creation and consolidation of a regional network of technology transfer with main companies in our country.

Each faculty is involved in various industrial and commercial partnerships. For the full list visit: http://eng.pw.edu.pl/Research/Industrial-and-commercial-applications. Our University is currently creating work and internship opportunities for international students, to help young engineers and scientists in their future careers. There are several industry-sponsored initiatives and projects associated with the biggest companies, such as:


Every foreign candidate who wishes to study at the Higher Education Institution (HEI) in Poland must hold a Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC).

Secondary School Leaving Certificate - a certificate of the completion of a secondary school abroad may be accepted if the student has completed at least 11 years of education.

SSLC issued in the countries which hold an agreement on recognition of educational credentials with Poland, do not have to be recognized. The list of these countries is available at: http://www.buwiwm.edu.pl/rec/index-legal.htm

SSLC from other countries must be formally recognized - nostrified, by the Polish educational authority.

Foreign SSLCmay be accepted (nostrified) as an equivalent of the Polish certificate if:

The apostille is the legalisation provided by the appropriate institution in the country where the certificate was issued - they include a clause defining the right of applying to all HEIs in the country of the certificate´s issue;

In other cases, the applicant must present, apart from the school certificate, a letter from an appropriate authority from the country of the certificate´s issue (i.e. the Ministry of Education, local educational authority etc.) which confirms that the candidate is eligible to be admitted to all HEIs. The Polish Foreign Service representative office or a Consular Office verify this eligibility.

If you fulfill the eligibility criteria you are ready for a great academic adventure!


According to the international law, legalization is the process of certifying a document so that it complies with the legal system of the foreign country.

There are two types of legalization of international documents, depending on the country of issue:

You can only legalize your diploma/certificate, not your transcript of records. You must present a document which proves you have fulfilled all the eligibility criteria.

Bachelor studies:
your Secondary School Leaving Certificate must include a clause which states that the candidate can continue his/her higher education in the country of the document´s issue. If such statement is not included in your certificate, you must obtain a special stamp/certificate from the Polish Embassy or another appropriate institution (most probably Ministry of Education or an equivalent office) in the country where the document was issued.

Please note: The procedure and institutions responsible for legalizing documents may vary from country to country.


If you are a citizen of one of the countries which have adopted the Hague Convention you are required to present a document called apostille. You can obtain it at the Polish Embassy, Consulate or another appropriate institution (most probably the Ministry of Education or an equivalent office) in the country where the document was issued.


A foreign candidate must go to the Polish Embassy or Consulate in his/her home country to have the documents legalized. In some countries, it is possible to obtain legalization from the Embassy/Consulate of your own country if they are authorized. Please contact your Embassy for more information.

Please note: legalization must not be done on the photocopies of documents! It must be done on a duplicate, on a separate document and, in case of some countries, on an original diploma or certificate.


If you are from a country where English is an official or one of the official languages - it is not applicable.

University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate:

International English Language Testing System IELTS:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL):

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI):

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Examinations Board (LCCI):

TELC (The European Language Certificates) WBT (Weiterbildungs- Testsysteme GmbH):

If you do not hold any of the listed certificates, please contact Think Poland. Depending on your language skills or other presented certificates, the Faculty might consider your admission.



School's accomodation

KindTypeLocationEntry feeWeek priceMinimum time
DormstandardWarsaw8020 9 weeks
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