We kindly invite you to study in English at the Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering, the biggest entity of this expertise in Poland. The Faculty offers two programmes taught in English:
- undergraduate programme in Environmental Engineering leading to BSc Eng. (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) degree,
- graduate programme in Environment Protection Engineering leading to MSc (Master of Science) degree.
In 2018, our BSc and MSc studies received the EUR-ACE label accreditation of ENAEE (European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education). The engineering and master’s diplomas obtained by our graduates are honored in the European Union.
The Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering is one of the biggest faculties within the Warsaw University of Technology (the WUT). It is a centre of teaching and research in the field of environmental engineering and protection. The main purpose of Environmental Engineering is to limit the impact of human activity on the environment by management and control of water, soil and atmospheric pollution, as well as to meet the rising demand for creating and sustaining comfortable conditions for work and relaxation.
The community of the Faculty consists of more than 130 academics and almost 3,000 students of all types and levels of studies: BSc (Bachelor of Science), MSc (Master of Science) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degree, full time, extra-mural and post-graduate studies. The Faculty continues educational traditions of water engineering courses, which started in 1915, and have been successively developed by including other elements of environment: air and soil, as well as the technical systems of buildings, such as: air conditioning, heating, gas, water supply and sewage. Well-equipped laboratories and highly qualified teachers offer a high level of studies carried out in accordance with the principles set out by the “Bologna Declaration”. Polish accession to the European Union causes that the requirements and standards relating to the environment are similar to those in other EU countries, therefore the content of the studies has become universal throughout the Union.
The Faculty actively participates in the EU educational programmes (LLP-Erasmus) as well as co-operates in the frame of national and international research programmes with numerous scientific centres and universities, international organisations and industrial companies.