Registration is one of the first things newly accepted students should do after safely arriving in Warsaw. It starts conveniently in our International Students Office and ends at your Faculty's main office, where you pick up the student ID card (the only document which allows you to enjoy full rights of the student in the EU).

Registration of new students/alumni requires visiting two offices:  

1) International Students Office - where we will create your file, a set of copies of your main documents, address declaration and your photo. This will result in getting a permanent student number, which equals full matriculation.

2) Faculty's central office (Deanery/Dziekanat) - where you will register for studies + apply for the ID card and get a medical referral (to do a medical check-up at an occupational medicine physician. When you come to ISO, we will give you a map and instructions on how to get to your Faculty.


Welcome Guide:


Arrival_info_Pack_2023 (pdf, 1.49 MB)


Registration schedule:

Registration of new students will require students to book an appointment with our office via a special link. The link will be sent when the process is ready for your specific Faculty.

The last day to arrive in Poland and book a registration appointment will be 16 October 2023, at 4 pm.


October 2023 registration deadlines at International Students Office:

All Faculties ► The last registration deadline is 16 October 2023, 4 pm.
Further extensions are not possible.


IMPORTANT: Registering and starting studies after the official deadline declared in the table above is impossible. If you cannot make it now, please consider re-applicating studies starting in October 2023. Schedules of admissions.


► Present a set of original documents at the ISO office:

  • High School Certificate (for B.Sc. students) // Bachelor diploma (for M.Sc. students)
  • if the certificate/diploma from the point above is not originally in English, then: the official translation to English or Polish
  • Legalization // Apostille on High School Certificate (B.Sc. students) // Bachelor diploma (M.Sc. students)
  • Eligibility Statement
  • finally: the document entitling you to stay in Poland (e.g. visa, residence card, stamp from Urząd Mazowiecki)

We will give you three papers to sign:

  • Personal Information Form 
  • Declaration of Address in Poland
  • Administrative Decision on Admission
  • also a welcome pack :)

A few days after registering in our office, you will get the personal student ID card from your Faculty's central office (Deanery/Dziekanat).  

NOTE: After you visit the International Students Office and submit copies of the required documentation, our staff will deliver your file to the Registration Office. There, your official student file will be created and your ID prepared. The whole process may take a few days


Get a helping hand - Student Ambassadors 

Student Ambassadors Programme is a new program aimed at promoting our University among international candidates and helping new students and PhD students during their first days at our University.  

Coming to a new country and studying in a different educational system may be challenging. Still, we believe it is possible to make the first days of new students at WUT easier thanks to our Ambassadors’ engagement and personal experience.  

Please visit the link to find out more details: