ECHE-2014-2020Eras­mus Char­ter for High­er Edu­ca­tion 2014 – 2020
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The oppor­tu­ni­ty to study abroad offers stu­dents a chance to expe­ri­ence dif­fer­ent walks of life in for­eign coun­tries with rich his­to­ry and cul­ture. Cross-cul­tur­al aware­ness is the key to the process of Euro­pean inte­gra­tion. The Eras­mus+ pro­gram offers a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn how to effec­tive­ly cope in an inter­na­tion­al envi­ron­ment, how to com­mu­ni­cate across lin­quis­tic, cul­tur­al, geo­graph­i­cal and polit­i­cal bor­ders.

The Mil­i­tary Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy (MUT) locat­ed in War­saw, Poland is a state poly­tech­nic uni­ver­si­ty estab­lished in 1951. For over 50 years MUT has gained expe­ri­ence, nation­al and inter­na­tion­al promi­nence as a top-tier tech­no­log­i­cal research uni­ver­si­ty. Nowa­days, MUT is one of the lead­ing cen­ters for didac­tics and sci­ence in Poland.

The MUT struc­ture is based on sev­en fac­ul­ties: Fac­ul­ty of Cyber­net­ics, Fac­ul­ty of Elec­tron­ics, Fac­ul­ty of Civ­il Engi­neer­ing and Geo­desy, Fac­ul­ty of Logis­tics, Fac­ul­ty of Mechan­i­cal Engi­neer­ing, Fac­ul­ty of Mecha­tron­ics and Avi­a­tion, Fac­ul­ty of Advanced Tech­nolo­gies and Chem­istry and inde­pen­dent Insti­tute of Opto­elec­tron­ics. All fac­ul­ties are engaged in edu­ca­tion­al and research activ­i­ties. Each fac­ul­ty is enti­tled to give a Ph.D. degree.

MUT fol­lows the direc­tives of Euro­pean Fed­er­a­tion of Nation­al Engi­neer­ing Asso­ci­a­tions. The mod­el of stud­ies, cur­ric­u­la and syl­labus­es intro­duced at the Uni­ver­si­ty com­ply with Euro­pean Fed­er­a­tion of Nation­al Engi­neer­ing Soci­ety stan­dards. MUT offers high qual­i­ty stud­ies for both mil­i­tary and civil­ian stu­dents on every aca­d­e­m­ic lev­el ( bach­e­lor, engi­neer, mas­ter, post­grad­u­ate, Ph.D.), as well as spe­cial­ized cours­es for pro­fes­sion­al tech­ni­cal staff from var­i­ous com­pa­nies.

Civil­ian stu­dents and grad­u­ates of MUT do not have any legal com­mit­ments to the Pol­ish armed forces.



The Uni­ver­si­ty cam­pus is locat­ed at the west­ern bor­der of War­saw in prox­im­i­ty of the Kam­pi­ons Nation­al Park. The city cen­tre is with­in easy reach by pub­lic trans­porta­tion. It is planned as a self-suf­fi­cient town with social infra­struc­ture, dor­mi­to­ries, gas­tro­nom­ic and sport facil­i­ties, banks, stores, a hotel and a post –office.

International exchange

MUT has been par­tic­i­pat­ing in Longlife Learn­ing Pro­gramme “ Eras­mus” sci­ence 2002. Euro­pean Cred­it Trans­fer Sys­tem ( ECTS) is applied to encour­age stu­dents to acquire edu­ca­tion and expe­ri­ence at dif­fer­ent schools around Europe . For­eign stu­dents from over 27 Euro­pean uni­ver­si­ties can study at MUT with­in the Eras­mus frame­work.

How to apply
  • Find out if your uni­ver­si­ty has an Eras­mus agree­ment with MUT
  • Con­tact your Eras­mus Coor­di­na­tor for direc­tions
  • Sub­mit the appli­ca­tion form
  • Com­plete the Learn­ing Agree­ment
  • Check accom­mo­da­tion pos­si­bil­i­ties at MUT and in War­saw
  • Check stu­dents liv­ing expens­es in War­saw (approx. 450 euro/month)
Student card

Incom­ing stu­dents will receive a stu­dent card that allows:

  • to access MUT‘s build­ings and oth­er facil­i­ties,
  • a free access to sport facil­i­ties,
  • to reg­is­ter at the library,
  • to obtain a dis­count on pub­lic trans­porta­tion.

Incom­ing stu­dents are eli­gi­ble to apply for a room at MUT’s dor­mi­to­ries oth­er­wise a flat should be rent­ed.
Forms must be sub­mit­ted before the end of June.

Social activities at MUT
  • Chess club – train­ings every Wednes­day 4 – 10pm at MUT stu­dent club. Every­one can come and try his/her hand. Our stu­dents par­tic­i­pate in sev­er­al chess tour­na­ments.
  • Paint­ing – class­es Tues­days and Thurs­days 5 – 7pm at MUT stu­dent club. Stu­dents are inspired by the land­scapes, works of great mas­ters, sketch­es of nature and draw­ings. Tech­niques: pas­tels, water­col­ors, oil paint­ings. Paint­ing equip­ment is avail­able. Class­es are super­vised by a pro­fes­sion­al art teacher. Par­tic­i­pants take part in exhi­bi­tions, open­ings, vis­it gal­leries and muse­ums.
  • Danc­ing class­es – for stu­dents who love the music and danc­ing. Dance lessons in groups and indi­vid­ual class­es are offered for peo­ple who want to learn rock’n’roll, jive, cha cha, mam­bo, sal­sa, sam­ba, rum­ba, tan­go argen­tine, Vien­na waltz, Eng­lish waltz, fox­trot, paso doble and reg­gae.
  • Stu­dent Restau­rant – open sev­en days a week, 10am‑9.30pm. All guests are wel­comed. Restau­rant offers a 9 foot bil­liard table.
  • Juwe­na­lia – is an annu­al stu­dents’ hol­i­day in Poland, usu­al­ly cel­e­brat­ed for three days in late May, before the sum­mer exams. Juwe­na­lia are cel­e­brat­ed in all col­leges across Poland. It starts with a tri­umphant parade of col­or­ful­ly dressed stu­dents march­ing from a col­lege’s cam­pus to city’s main square, where in a sym­bol­ic ges­ture, the may­or of a city hands keys to the city’s gates to the stu­dents. The three days are free from lec­tures and filled with con­certs, par­ties and sport events.
  • Music Club Pro­gres­ja — Pro­gres­ja is open dai­ly except Mon­days from 6pm. Rock music on week­days and under­ground local musi­cians and famous for­eign bands on week­ends and hol­i­days. Pro­gres­ja already host­ed such bands and musi­cians as Dim­mu Bor­gir [Nor­way], Pain Of Sal­va­tion [Swe­den], Mar­duk [Swe­den], Pro-Pain [USA], Vital Remains [USA], Mor­ti­cian [USA], River­side [Poland], RPWL [Ger­many], Paatos [Swe­den], Clive Nolan & Nick Bar­ret [UK], Col­in Bass [UK], Destruc­tion [Ger­many], Enslaved [Nor­way], Archive [UK], Paul Di Anno [UK], Cra­dle Of Filth [UK], Vad­er [Poland], Decap­i­tat­ed [Poland] and many more.
Calendar of Erasmus year
30 June
appli­ca­tion sub­mis­sion dead­line for Win­ter Semes­ter

30 Octo­ber
appli­ca­tion sub­mis­sion dead­line for Sum­mer Semes­ter

Begin­ning of Octo­ber
aca­d­e­m­ic year starts
25 Decem­ber-2 Jan­u­ary
First half Feb­ru­ary
fall semes­ter exams
Sec­ond half of Feb­ru­ary
win­ter hol­i­days
a week of for East­er
Begin­ning of May
Last week of June
spring semes­ter exams
sum­mer hol­i­days


For sub­mis­sion send all the below list­ed doc­u­ment orig­i­nals with the mail to:

  • Appli­ca­tion Form
  • Learn­ing Agree­ment
  • Hous­ing Appli­ca­tion Form
  • two pass­port pho­tos
  • pho­to in jpg for­mat.


Eras­mus Office
Karol Wilk

ul. gen. Syl­wes­tra Kaliskiego 2
00 – 908 Warsza­wa




Students applying for the Erasmus programme are allowed
to choose courses from one faculty only.
It is not possible to attend courses conducted by more than one faculty.


Study pro­gram with ECTS points:


If you have any ques­tions or would like to get more infor­ma­tion about the Mil­i­tary Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy please don’t hes­i­tate to con­tact us. We will be hap­py to help you.



Karol Wilk, MA

phone + 48 261 837 988
fax + 48 261 839 159

e‑mail karol.​wilk@​wat.​edu.​pl


If you want to find out more about the study pro­gram, please con­tact respec­tive fac­ul­ty coor­di­na­tors:


Wel­come at MUT!