Warsaw University of Technology

Warsaw University of Technology

Warsaw University of Technology

The Faculty of Architecture was established in 1915 as the first modern architectural college in Poland and at the same time it is one of the oldest faculties of the Warsaw University of Technology.

Studies at the Faculty of Architecture provide comprehensive education in architecture and urban planning, and besides design, they provide education in the theory and history of architecture, urban planning and art, technical and economic design basics, etc.

The Faculty of Architecture is a modern college of architecture and urban planning, and it is the oldest university in Poland.

In the section dedicated to the university, we publish information on architectural conferences, achievements of students and graduates, e.g., winning the "Diploma with ARCHICAD program".

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