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Student services at Wroclaw University of Technology

Student services

Orientation programme

To enable students and scholars to plan ahead, WUT will send them pre-departure advice and information.
To help students adjust to life in Poland and studying at Wrocaw University of Technology in particular, WUT invites them to an orientation week in the week before the start of a semester. This includes sessions on living in Poland, language support, tours of campus facilities, and lots of social events where they can meet other students and staff.

In addition to the assistance that all students receive from the consortium supervisors, there are special advice services for international students and scholars. International Office and International Students' Support officer at Students' Office provides advice on matters such as immigration, financial regulations and accommodation.

Social integration

To enjoy their stay in Poland, students can take an advantage of one-day trips to places of interest and social events organized by national and international students' societies. 56 societies deal with leisure-time activities as diverse as research, technique, music and sport. Run entirely by students, these provide a range of entertainment and activities at social clubs and special interest groups.


The University guarantees to offer all international students a place to live in self-catering rooms at University houses with shared kitchen, bathrooms and other common areas.

For scholars WUT have guest apartments on a campus or can offer a discount in a hotel nearby the University. Private sector housing is also available and different types can be recommended by the Students' Union. A limited number of family housing is available in the University-managed residences.

Health services

The National Health Service is available to all international students who register with the students' or public medical center on arrival. Basic medical care (including hospitalization) is free of charge for EU students. Non EU students should buy basic medical insurance (ca.5 euro per month).

Students and scholars with disabilities

The Student Office provides assessment and advice and can make special arrangements for examination and other assessment. Most academic buildings are accessible by wheelchair but some access routes can be long. Dedicated car parking spaces are allocated on campus. There are two dormitories suitable for students with certain disabilities not far from the campus.

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Erasmus Mundus contacts:

Prof. Andrzej MINIEWICZ,

Dr Katarzyna MATCZYSZYN,

International Offices:

Malgorzata PAWLOWSKA
Phone 48 71 32 04 114

General Address:

Wrocaw University of Technology
27 Wybrzeze  Wyspianskiego
50-370 Wroclaw - Poland