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Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest metropolitan area, is located in the central part of the country. You can reach it within 1 - 5 flight hours from any major European city: Paris, London, Rome, Zurich, Frankfurt, Moscow. The city center is just 10 kilometers from Warsaw International Airport.

Warsaw has seven centuries of history full of hardship. During World War II alone, 90% of the city was destroyed as the Nazis intended to erase Warsaw from the map of Europe. It raised itself from the ruins like the phoenix from the ashes. In 1980, the heart of Warsaw - the Old Town - restored with its amazing details, was added by UNESCO to the World Heritage list. Over the centuries, the Old Town has witnessed a number of events of national importance. In 1773, in the Royal Castle, the Polish Parliament established Europe's first Ministry of Education, the Commission for National Education. In the same place, in 1791, the Constitution of May the Third, Europe's first and the world's second (after that of the United States) written democratic constitution was signed. You can absorb the history of Warsaw and Poland just by walking around the city and visiting palaces, museums, churches and cemeteries.

As the capital of the country, Warsaw is the center of public and cultural life; there are hundreds of galleries, theaters, cinemas, music concerts; several prestigious international cultural festivals and competitions take place here every year.

Warsaw is a nice city to live in. Located on both sides of the Vistula river, it has numerous parks and gardens, including the world-renowned palace and park complex, Łazienki, where piano concerts take place every Sunday. Mild weather makes outdoor activities pleasant from mid-Spring to late Fall; in the winter you can enjoy snow covered streets and trees.

Warsaw is also one of the largest academic centres of Europe. Approximately 200 000 young people are currently studying at more than 50 universities and colleges here. We are particularly proud to be one of these - the Warsaw University of Technology Business School.

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Warsaw University of Technology Business School
Koszykowa 79, 02-008 Warsaw
MBA Office:
tel. +48 22 234 70 89

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