Incoming Students

Incoming Students



Full name and address

Warsaw College of Engineering and Health

02-366 Warsaw

Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920 r. nr 18

tel. 22 667 82 90


About University

Warsaw College of Engineering and Health is a private higher education institution, existing since 2003, educating at undergraduate, engineering, master and postgraduate studies. The mission of the school is professional training of highly qualified staff in accordance with the needs of the developing economy of the country and uniting Europe. We create a university that:

  • creates material and intellectual conditions for development and education of qualifications that meet the needs of the market
  • gives graduates preparation and support to find a good job
  • creates satisfactory working and development conditions as well as support for the implementation of scientific research
  • serves the region's community through active participation in the development of the region, science and culture

In addition, the University is working on the organization of guest lectures of academic teachers from partner universities. The topics of the lectures will focus on the exchange of experiences as well as learning the specificity of teaching in other European countries.

In the context of the development of international cooperation, the university is aware of the necessity to launch mechanisms supporting activities aimed at increasing the attractiveness of studying foreign students in WSIiZ and facilitating international exchange of students and university staff. The program of these activities is constantly modified.


Member of the Student Council

Aleksandra Baniewicz

As a creative and optimistic person I want to make the most of life. Getting to know new people, joint plans and projects give me strength and energy to act. At the Warsaw College of Engineering and Health I can study and achieve my goals, at the same time. I know that establishing contacts with students, especially those from outside Poland, provides numerous benefits. It gives, after all, an amazing opportunity to do something that brings a smile to many faces and allows for wonderful memories that stay with us forever, because the time of studies is an exceptional time. In case of any formal, but also less formal questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
































Learning Agreement Studies
Learning Agreement Traineeships
Mobility agreement for teaching


Program of studies FOOD CHEMISTRY
– Engineer’s degree
Program of studies COSMETIC CHEMISTRY
– Engineer’s degree
Program of studies DIETETICS
- Bachelor’s degree
Program of studies COSMETOLOGY
– Bachelor’s degree 
Program of studies COSMETOLOGY
– Master’s degree



Warsaw is the capital and the largest city of Poland. The metropolis stands on the banks of the Vistula River in east-central Poland and its population is officially estimated at 1.8 million residents within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents, which makes Warsaw the 7th most-populous capital city in the European Union.

The city rose to prominence in the late 16th century, when Sigismund III decided to move the Polish capital and his royal court from Kraków to Warsaw. Prior to the Second World War, the elegant architecture, grandeur and extensive boulevards earned Warsaw the nickname Paris of the North. Bombed at the start of the German invasion in 1939, the city withstood a siege, but was largely destroyed by the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, the Warsaw Rising of 1944 and the systematic razing by the Germans in advance of the Vistula–Oder Offensive. Because of its complete reconstruction after the war, which had left over 85% of its buildings in ruins, Warsaw gained a new title of the Phoenix City.



City transport

Information about public transport and communication links can be found at:

The citizens of the Warsaw agglomeration have at their disposal buses, trams, metro, urban and agglomeration railway system. Over 1500 buses, 400 trams and 30 underground trains shuttle every day, aided by railway system in Warsaw.

The citizens’ transport needs in the Warsaw agglomeration are monitored and analyzed on a regular basis by the Public Transport Authority. The collected records help create public transport system which is quick and convenient to travelers of the Warsaw agglomeration.

The Public Transport Authority, addressing the varied needs of the inhabitants, offers to the passengers of the public transport in Warsaw an extensive tariff. At present, the passengers can use time-limit, single fare, short-term and long-term tickets. Additionally, people who have reached the age of 65 can buy a cheap Senior Personal Pass which is valid for the whole year.

Long-term tickets are coded on contactless cards – personalized Warsaw City Card and Student Electronic Card.

The ticket sales network is being regularly extended. At present, the tickets can be bought not only in the ZTM Passenger Service Centers and newsstands but also in ticket vending machines installed on the public transport vehicles and stationary ticket vending machines installed in many venues in the capital city – the metro stations, bus and train stations or larger transport hubs. The passengers can also use the services “Ticket via mobile phone” and “Online ticket”.

If you use public transportation without a valid ticket, you risk a 266 PLN fine. If you are handed a fine, you can pay it on the spot (always get proof of payment from the ticket controller). Fines can be reduced by 30%, if they are paid no later than seven days after being issued.

People over 70 (based on a photo-document containing the date of birth) and children up to September 30 of their 7th year are entitled to free travel.

Children from October 1, of the calendar year in which they turn 7 until they turn 16 and students of foreign schools holding an ISIC (International Student Identity Card) until they turn 26 are entitled to half-fare travel on condition that they hold a photo-document confirming their date of birth.


Airports in Warsaw

Chopin Airport (WAW) is the main airport in Warsaw, as well as the largest airport in Poland.

In 2018, it served more than 17 million passengers, with regular flights by airline companies such as LOT Polish Airlines, Wizz Air and Smartwings. Chopin airport is located about 10 kilometers south of the city center, making it the nearest airport to Warsaw.

A bus or train are only some ways to reach the city centre. More information about that can be found in the airport Chopin guide.

Modlin Airport (WMI), opened in 2012, is another Warsaw international airport.

The airport is mostly used by low-cost airline companies like Ryanair and Enter Air.

Last year a record of 3 million passengers were handled by the airport, making it the 5th busiest airport in Poland.

Although Modlin Airport is located 40 kilometers northwest of the city, there are still several convenient ways of reaching Warsaw, most notably the airport bus which takes you to the city center.

As can be seen in the table below, there are several ways of reaching Warsaw city from both airports.

With airport shuttles, passengers arrive close to the Central Station, right next to the Palace of Culture.

The airport shuttle is the most commonly used form of transportation to and from Warsaw airports, as it is usually the quickest and the most economical option for passengers.




There are many tourist attractions in the city that can be reached by bus, tram or subway. If you need any information about tourism offer in Warsaw contact Warsaw Tourist Information Center:

Here are 10 most popular places to visit in Warsaw

National Museum - The National Museum in Warsaw (Polish: Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie), popularly abbreviated as MNW, is a national museum in Warsaw, one of the largest museums in Poland and the largest one in the capital.


Palace of Culture and Science (Polish: Pałac Kultury i Nauki; abbreviated PKiN), is a notable high-rise building in central Warsaw, Poland. With a total height of 237 metres it is the tallest building in Poland, the 5th-tallest building in the European Union (including spire) and one of the tallest on the European continent.


The Royal Castle in Warsaw (Polish: Zamek Królewski w Warszawie) is a castle residency that formerly served throughout the centuries as the official residence of the Polish monarchs. It is located in the Castle Square, at the entrance to the Warsaw Old Town.


Łazienki Parkor Royal Baths Park (Polish: Park Łazienkowski, Łazienki Królewskie) is the largest park in Warsaw. Originally designed in the 17th century as a baths park for nobleman Stanisław Lubomirski, in the 18th century Łazienki was transformed by Poland's last monarch, Stanisław II Augustus, into a setting for palaces, villas, classicist follies, and monuments. In 1918 it was officially designated a public park. Tourists from all over Poland and the world visit Łazienki Park which also serves as a venue for music, the arts, and culture. The Park is also home to peacocks, a large number of friendly squirrels and huge carps in the moat surrounding the Palace.


The Warsaw Rising Museum (Polish: Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego)  in the Wola district of Warsaw is dedicated to the Warsaw Rising of 1944. The institution of the museum was established in 1983, but no construction work took place for many years. It opened on July 31, 2004, marking the 60th anniversary of the uprising. The museum sponsors research into the history of the uprising, and the history and possessions of the Polish Underground State. It collects and maintains hundreds of artifacts — ranging from weapons used by the insurgents to love letters — to present a full picture of the people involved.


Wilanów Palaceor Wilanowski Palace (Polish: Pałac w Wilanowie), is a royal palace located in the Wilanów district. Wilanów Palace survived Poland's partitions and both World Wars, and so serves as a reminder of the culture of the Polish state as it was before the misfortunes of the 18th century. It is one of Poland's most important monuments.


Copernicus Science Centre (Polish: Centrum Nauki Kopernik) is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw. It contains over 450 interactive exhibits that enable visitors to single-handedly carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves. The Centre is the largest institution of its type in Poland and one of the most advanced in Europe. In 2018, since its opening, it had been visited by over 8 million people.


The Zachęta National Gallery of Art (Polish: Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki) is a contemporary-art museum in the center of Warsaw. The Gallery's chief purpose is to present and support Polish contemporary art and artists. With numerous temporary exhibitions of well-known foreign artists, the gallery has also established itself internationally.


The Fryderyk Chopin Museum (Polish: Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina) is a museum in Warsaw, established in 1954 and dedicated to Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin.


Vistulan Boulevards– boulevards located on the western bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw. The reconstruction of the boulevards began in 2013. Very popular place for biking, running and other sports activities. Charming walkway alongside of the river, popular place for meetings for young people.



Citizens of the following countries can travel to Poland without a visa:

Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong (special administrative region), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao (special administrative region), Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Uruguay, the Vatican, Venezuela.

Visas are required for citizens of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

Since December of 2007, Poland has been a member of the Schengen Agreement. For the whole territory of the Schengen Agreement, there is no passport control at the borders. But it is always required to carry ID when travelling abroad.

These are the countries of the Schengen Area:

Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.

Two members of the EU are not members of the Schengen Agreement: Great Britain and Ireland.

Detailed information about visas:



From fixed phones:

999: Ambulance
998: Fire Brigade
997: Police
981: Road Assistance
986: Municipal Police

 Using mobile phones: remember to dial the local code before the number, for example:

22 – 997 to call the police in Warsaw. Emergency calls from phone boxes are free of charge. If you do not know the local code, dial the general emergency number for mobile phones: 112. The operator will request the appropriate emergency unit. We recommend using direct emergency numbers in the case of danger (997, 999, 998) because in some areas the general emergency number (112) still does not work properly.

Other useful numbers:

Warsaw public transport information (22) 94 84
Cracow public transport information (12) 91 50
International flight departure information (22) 650 39 43
International flight arrival information (22) 650 42 20