Znak Politechniki Warszawskiej

Student's Media

  • I.PEWU

Warsaw University of Technology Student Cultural Monthly was established in 2004.

The creators of the magazine “are not afraid to go against the tide and set new trends”. I.PEWU for the time of its activity has been fully transformed from a four-page black and white information weekly into a 28-page colour magazine. Its journalists are students of Warsaw University of Technology and of other Warsaw universities.

I.PEWU has the circulation of 3,000 copies a month. It is distributed at all faculties and halls of residence of Warsaw University of Technology. I.PEWU is also available online on its website. 


e-mail: redakcja@ipewu.pw.edu.pl
website: http://www.ipewu.pw.edu.pl


  •  Polibuda.info

Student Internet portal established upon the initiative of the Student Self-Government of Warsaw University of Technology.

It is created by journalists, programmers, graphics and photographers, whose activity is based on free-of-charge student activity.

The portal comprises six main sections: News, Photos, Culture, Science, Sports and Tourism, and Studies.

The aim of the portal is to inform students about important events taking place at the University and in Warsaw and promotion of student activity.


e-mail: info@polibuda.info


  • Radio Aktywne (Radio Active)

The first Internet radio of Warsaw University of Technology students and the first academic radio in Warsaw. It was founded in October 2004.

Though the radio is connected with Warsaw University of Technology, its journalists include students of all Warsaw universities.

For its listeners, the radio broadcasts various original programmes and a daily information and cultural programme “Aktywacja”.

Each day the team of journalists prepares latest news for students, academic and cultural information and interesting facts, and invites guests.


e-mail: redakcja@radioaktywne.pl


  • Student Internet Television TVPW

Student Internet Television TVPWwas established in May 2007.

The TV covers events connected with academic life in Warsaw, often in the form of media patronage. It also creates original programmes.

The largest undertaking so far has been coverage of Warsaw Juvenalia. It also regularly reports on, i.a., elections of Warsaw University of Technology Miss and the December Academic Artistic Review GAPA. TVPW is also known for its popular science programmes, intervention reports and a series of films about the Warsaw underground. 


e-mail: redakcja@tvpw.pl