Citizens of foreign countries can apply for studies at the Warsaw University of Technology. Candidates may apply for full-time first-cycle studies (BSc Engineer degree) or for full-time second-cycle studies (MSc Master degree), taught in English. There are two ways, they can apply on the same conditions as Polish citizens or on the conditions for international students.

Applicants who are entitled to undertake studies on the same conditions as citizens of Poland are: EU countries citizens, citizens of Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein and Switzerland and holders of Polish Charter (the Pole’s Card) as well as individuals with diplomas which entitle them to undertake studies in the countries where their diplomas had been issued on condition that they submit all required documents and undergo application procedures. Citizens of other foreign countries should follow the offer for international NON-EU students.

Applicants with dual citizenship must declare their status – they decide if they want to study as Polish or international students.

Polish and UE candidates follow the standard enrolment procedure for Warsaw University of Technology (see 

Citizens who are not from the EU or EFTA countries should create an admission account at on-line admission system: and upload scanned copies of four sets of documents: Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) with legalization or apostille and eligibility statement, valid passport (a page with the photo), English proficiency certificate, payment confirmation of an application fee at the amount of 200 Euro. Only after uploading required documents the admission process can be started.

More information about the application procedure is available at the International Students portal.

With individual questions about the English-taught courses at the Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering Faculty please contact:

Dr. Wiktor Treichel - Dean's Proxy for Studies in English
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




Copyright 2013 (C) Wydział Inżynierii Środowiska, Politechnika Warszawska
Free Joomla Theme by Hostgator