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The first prize in a photo competition for WUT employee

PhD Krzysztof Koszewski, Vice-Dean for Studies at the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology, during his stay in Beijing, made a series of photographs on architectural topics. His photographs were appreciated by the jury of the competition organized by the eBeijing portal and awarded him the first place.

Looking back on 2017 at WUT

Take a look at what we were up to this year at the University!

A student, Mister WUT and a illusionist in one - a new blog entry

Maciej Piskorz, a student of the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, last year, he (literally) put the judging panel under his spell with his personal charm and was named 2016 Mister WUT.

Monday classes on Thursday

On Thursday, January 4, 2018, classes will be held according to the plan in force on Monday.

"If you’re on K2 in winter, it’s got to be tough" - new blog entry

PhD Marcin Kaczkan's daily work is optoelectronics research at the WUT Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology and teaching students. His escape from the routine is mountaineering. At the end of December, he is joining a team of Polish climbers heading up to Karakorum to make history with the first-ever winter ascent of the “Savage Mountain”, K2.

WUT Christmast Eve

December 18, 2017, at 5 p.m.

During the Christmas market we collected PLN 23 620,50!

Thanks to your generosity, we will be able to finance several scholarships for the most talented students of the Warsaw University of Technology.

WUT is one of the most popular universities among candidates

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education summarized the recruitment for the academic year 2017/2018. The collected data show that for first cycle full-time studies at WUT 47 116 applications were reported. This is the highest number from all Polish universities.

WUT Masters of Cartography and Printing

Memorial plaques commemorating professors

Warsaw University of Technology Anniversary Celebrations is an opportunity to reflect back and appreciate those who earned particular merit for their service to the University. Undoubtedly, such distinguished figures include Prof. Felicjan Zygmunt Piątkowski and Prof. Andrzej Roman Makowski. The commemorative plaques celebrating them were unveiled on 16 November 2017.

Read more in the new article in the Buisness – Innovations – Technology series.

Start-up from WUT awarded in "The Diamonds of the Top Industry"

NanoThea - a spin-off company from the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology was recognized as the start-up of the year in a competition organized by the Executive Club - a networking organization of top management representatives representing the most important Polish and international enterprises.

The Space Exploration Masters Prize for Polish engineers

The Polish project of an intelligent solar sail concept "Golden Fleece" won the European Space Agency's competition. Students of the Warsaw University of Technology are also involved in the winning project.

Passion for travelling - new blog entry

WUT student set off on a hitchhiking trip to China

WUT among the most prodoctoral universities

The National Representation of the PhD students announced the results of the 9th edition of the competition for the most prodoctoral university in the country. The Warsaw University of Technology took third place, ex aequo with the Warsaw Medical University.

Christmas market

Christmas market

Fundraising for scholarships for talented WUT students

Volunteering is worth it! - new blog entry

Stefan Pytel

A volunteer of the Harambee Poland Foundation and a student of the Warsaw University of Technology, Stefan Pytel, and his family have been helping people in Africa for over two years. In 2017, he spent little less than a month in Kenya, renovating buildings among other things.


Main Building

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Being a Sherlock - the amazing skills of a WUT student - new blog entry

Daniel Chudecki

Daniel Chudecki, a student of the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, was shooting for the show called “The Brain. Genialny umysł”. In front of the cameras, he calculated and wrote down on the board the results of three very hard exponentiation operations. How did he do without a computer? You will read in the new text on the blog.

SILO - artificial intelligence in the power sector

Business. Innovation. Technology

MSC2017 "Medicina – Scientia – Cultura"

Medicina - Scientia - Cultura

Outstanding scientists from all over the world, three Polish universities, and the life and achievements of Maria Skłodowska-Curie in the background. On the 150th anniversary of the birth of the outstanding Polish Nobel Prize winner, we invite you to the MSC2017 conference - "Medicina - Scientia - Cultura". The conference will take place from 6-8 November 2017.

WUT in QS EECA ranking

The Warsaw University of Technology has been classified in QS EECA ranking on 19th place among the best universities from the developing countries of Europe and Central Asia.

Meetings for foreigners at WUT

Meetings for foreigners at WUT

The Warsaw University of Technology in cooperation with other municipal institutions has started the first edition of the series of the monthly meetings for foreign students of WUT. The aim of the project is to familiarize international students with Polish tradition and customs and make their time in Poland even more enjoyable and profitable.

WUT graduate who captured the brain in an atlas


Business. Innovation. Technology

WUT in the Times Higher Education Ranking by Subject

The Warsaw University of Technology

The Warsaw University of Technology is the only one Polish university which has been classified in the Times Higher Education Ranking by Subject: engineering and technology. In the group of 500 the best universities from all over the world, WUT has been classified in the group between 401-500.

Trip with a tour guide

Gmach Główny PW

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