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European University of Information Technology and Economics In Warsaw

Modlińska 51 

03–199 Warsaw 




+48 517 036 854 EN, RU, PL

+48 22 225 56 62 PL, RU 

+48 22 392 05 80 PL, RU, UA  




Opening times 

10.00-17.00 CEST

Why EU
  • Low tuition fees

The European University provides high quality of teaching and learning and offers European Union degrees at competitive prices in comparison to other EU countries. Moreover, the cost of living in Warsaw is much cheaper than Western countries capitals.

  • Friendly & international atmosphere

The friendly, supportive environment at the EU is designed to help students to achieve their highest expectations. From the moment you arrive our staff will strive to ensure you feel at home, fostering relationships with other students and faculty members to make you feel as comfortable as possible. Our experienced international staff are on hand to make sure you’re given the best possible introduction to life in Warsaw, arranging student clubs social events and sports meetings. The nurturing atmosphere will ensure you perform to the highest possible standard on your chosen course of study. Our students and lectures come to our University from all around the world.

  • Study in one of three languages

The EU now offers the chance to study your chosen course in one of three languages:

  • Polish
  • English
  • Russian

It can give you the opportunities to improve chosen language.

  • Excellent facilities

The learning facilities provided by the EU are second to none with a modern, state of the art computing faculty featuring the very latest advanced IT infrastructure, an expansive up to date library and well equipped laboratories to guarantee the best possible educational environment in which you will learn and grow. Our students can also learn additional languages at the Language Centre. In addition, the Centre offers a Polish for academic purposes programme to help you adapt to studying and living in Poland.

By utilizing a wide range of teaching techniques the EU ensures that all of its subjects are taught to the highest standards, pushing boundaries and constantly redefining goals to give its students the best possible education, enabling them to reach even higher than they ever thought possible. Some of these methods include:
  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Practical laboratories
  • Research Projects

Students are also expected to carry out independent study and reading to back up what they have learnt in the class room to further their in-depth knowledge of their chosen subject.

  • Highly qualified academic staff

All of our academic staff are qualified to the highest standards, having completed their studies at leading universities in Poland, the UK and the US. They are recognized as experts in their fields, having worked in industry and multinational organizations across the globe. Therefore they bring with them a practical depth of knowledge that adds to the student learning experience, giving examples and anecdotes of real life application of their skills.

The universities programmes of constant staff improvement and development mean that teaching methods and curriculums are always cutting edge and relevant to the workplace.

  • Career opportunities

The EU has developed links with local and international industries, and has an excellent graduate employment record. As part of your course you will be expected to complete a work placement giving you the chance to further links with employers once your study has finished.

Being in a major European capital like Warsaw also means we are able to partner with multi-nationals with large, in-country offices.

  • Convenient locations

The European University is around 10km from Warsaw city centre and is on all main line tram, Metro and bus routes.

With Warsaw being served by two international airports, (Chopin and Modlin) flights are cheap, regular and convenient. Combined with the excellent public transport systems consisting of trains, trams, Metro and buses, everywhere is within easy reach, locally or throughout the country.

  • Student organizations

The University has two students organizations: IT and Management Scientific Group and Global Economy Scientific Group. It is the best way for students to get student experience and participate in University life. Activities include preparation of research projects and presentations, organizing events and meeting with specialists. Our members are always looking to develop their skills and improve and share their knowledge.

  • International cooperation

The EU has developed links and collaboration with many universities and multinational companies across Europe, and can offer dual degree programs and student exchange visits to further broaden you learning experience. These links also help us to develop research projects that are beneficial to both our partners and students, further enabling us to enrich your learning experience.