Why study ICT at Warsaw

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Why study ICT at Warsaw

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Making a decision about what to study and which university to go to is not easy. There is a variety of conflicting opinions, and a bewildering range of choices. If you are interested in computers, if you are thinking about a career in engineering or business, if you are attracted by the prospect of living in an exciting and continuously changing environment, and ... if you want to save some money, then this pages are  for you. Before you read it carefully, you might want to know that:

  • Poland, benefiting from its strategic geo-political position, is now a dynamic country, member of the European Union, leading post-communist Central and Eastern Europe with unprecedented reforms, unrestrained free-market economy and new ideas transforming the lifestyles of its citizens;
  • Warsaw is now the site of thousands of foreign companies doing business in Poland and of international institutions coordinating economic and scientific cooperation between the European Community/
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    U.S.A. and Central/Eastern European countries. This unique situation has created a high demand for good engineers fluent in English and excellent job prospects for those who graduate from the Warsaw University of Technology.
  • The Warsaw University of Technology is the highest-ranked institution for advanced engineering education and research in Poland and one of the most prestigious academic institutions in Europe.
  • Students of over 40 nationalities, from all over the world, are now studying at the Warsaw University of Technology.
  • The tuition fee and living costs in Warsaw are approximately 40-70% of typical costs in English-speaking countries.
  • The Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, with more than 250 professors and more than 3500 students, is the largest teaching and research center at the Warsaw University of Technology. Its educational and research activities range from micro- and opto-electronics, through instrumentation, measurement, control and
    robotics, to telecommunications and computer networks.
  • The programs of studies and academic regulations at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology resemble those of highly reputed U.S. universities. The Faculty is known to attain the highest teaching standards and enjoys worldwide recognition for its research. Furthermore, the Iow ratio of students to professors and the warm working relationship between students and instructors helps those studying to develop confidence in their ability to make significant contributions to engineering work;
  • The demand for good information and communications technology engineers will continue to far exceed the supply from the universities and there will be a wealth of opportunities for new graduates seeking both creative and rewarding work. Employment prospects are excellent not only in the obvious areas, such as electronics, communication and computing industries, but also in other technological areas, as well as in banking, accountancy, management; medicine, and education.