EXCHANGE STUDENTS ERASMUS+

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ECHE-2014-2020Era­smus Char­ter for Higher Edu­ca­tion 2014 – 2020
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Welcome!

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.

 

CAMPUS

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.

ACCOMODATION

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
Chri­st­mas
First half Febru­ary
fall seme­ster exams
Second half of Febru­ary
win­ter holi­days
April
a week of for Easter
Begin­ning of May
Juwe­na­lia
Last week of June
spring seme­ster exams
July-Sep­tem­ber
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.

 

WOJSKOWA AKADEMIA TECHNICZNA
Era­smus Offi­ce
Karol Wilk

ul. Gen. Witol­da Urba­no­wi­cza 2
00 – 908 War­sza­wa
Poland

Down­lo­ads:

 

 

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.

INSTITUTIONAL ERASMUS COORDINATOR

 

Karol Wilk, MA

pho­ne + 48 261 839 794
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!