Are you coming to Warsaw for Erasmus Student Exchange at Warsaw University of Technology?
Great! This post is dedicated to you! Below you will find all the information you need to know about Warsaw University of Technology.
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Warsaw University of Technology was founded in 1915 by General Hans von Beseler. It is not only one of the largest and best technical universities in Poland, but also in Central and Eastern Europe! Currently, the university has 19 faculties and 1 college.
University of Technology main campus is situated just 400 m from the subway, which makes it really to access from any place in Warsaw. Main building is historic administration building of the Warsaw University of Technology, which was developed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It is located at the Technical University Square, between the streets of Stanislawa Noakowskiego and Nowowiejska in the center of the Warsaw. It is the most important object of Warsaw University of Technology.
The main complex of the University of Technology is located in the center of Warsaw at the Politechniki 1 street. Other departments are located all over Warsaw.
Śródmieście is a central district of Warsaw embracing the oldest part of the city (Old Town and New Town), as well as new built-up area established after World War II at the site of destroyed neighborhoods. In this part of the city you will find the most representative buildings and places in Warsaw. Here you can find Presidential Palace, Ujazdowski Park, Royal Castle, Pilsudski Square, and some important capital monuments such as the Palace of Culture and Science, Old Town (Royal Castle, Sigismund’s Column or Cathedral), or a tremendous Łazienki Royal Park. Also unusual landmark such as artificial palm tree on the De Gaulle roundabout can be found in Śródmieście.
If you have classes at the main campus this communication should not be a problem, because it is located in the city center. Other departments are located in various districts but also in convenient locations in Warsaw.
We highly recommend checking public transport connections to avoid spending 40 or 50 minutes on buses and trams. On this website you can check the most convenient connections.
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