International student programs

International student programs

International exchange takes place within the framework of programs: Erasmus+, EUKLA, ATHENS, NUPACE and bilateral agreements.


The Center for International Cooperation organizes a bi-annual "WUT Exchange Day" meeting on the offer of international exchange programs available to students of Warsaw University of Technology.


Student exchange is an opportunity to:

complete part of your studies abroad,

study in an international environment,

gain work experience in an international company,

get to know another country, its language and culture,

make new friends and experience a great adventure.


For more information, visit the WUT Center for International Cooperation website.





00-661 WARSAW,



ERASMUS+ Program:

Studies and USOS system (Erasmus+)

Joanna Gołębiewska

    Telephone: +48 22 234 74 04

    Fax: +48 22 629 80 09


ATHENS Program:

Dominika Frąk – Dudzińska

Centre for International Cooperation

    Telephone: +48 22 234 61 50

    Fax: +48 22 234 61 49


Dean's representative for internationalisation of studies at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology is:

dr inż. Agata Penconek

Room: 324 (3rd floor)


Telephone: +48 22 234 63 52


Bilateral exchanges are international exchanges based on bilateral cooperation agreements between Warsaw University of Technology or its Faculties and foreign institutions of higher education.

Bilateral student exchange agreements allow students to go abroad for one or two semesters to pursue part of their studies abroad on the basis of an established curriculum. The exchange participant also enjoys other benefits, such as:

opportunity to study in prestigious foreign universities in an international environment,

getting acquainted with the educational system of another country,

gaining professional experience and acquiring new skills, as well as confronting theoretical and practical knowledge on foreign ground,

improving language skills,

learning about new cultures and nationalities,

making new friends and experiencing an unforgettable adventure.

Each bilateral student exchange agreement contains detailed provisions that specify how many students and at what degree level can take part in the exchange, the financial conditions and how long the stay can last. In general, students are exempt from tuition fees at the host university, while they usually cover the costs of accommodation, food, international and local transportation and insurance on their own. Some of the partner universities offer students free accommodation.

Students who meet the following criteria may apply for exchange under bilateral agreements:

are registered as students of Warsaw University of Technology,

are officially nominated by Warsaw University of Technology; for this purpose, it is required to obtain written permission from the Faculty authorities to apply,

meet the criteria set by the host university,

speak English or the language of instruction of the host university to the required (advanced) degree,

meet other requirements set forth in the provisions of the agreement between the WUT and the partner university.



In addition, the opportunity to travel exists within AIESEC, which is the largest organization in the world, allowing members to prove themselves as leaders, as well as develop a variety of skills. It also allows you to go on a paid internship abroad or volunteer abroad, to one of 107 countries around the world.


AIESEC has been running an internship program for more than 60 years. It offers travel to internships abroad and paid internships. At the same time, it helps with the paperwork for the trip.

For more information, visit the AIESEC website.

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