European University

Charter (EUC):

84209-IC-1-2007-1-PL-ERASMUS-EUCX-1

 

University Code:

PL RZESZOW03

 

Type:

EXTENDED  for period:  2007 - 2013

How to get to Rzeszów?

We run a meet and greet pick up service to

welcome you to Rzeszów and UITM!

 

The Erasmus Programme Coordinator or your Mentor student will contact you via e-mail to set the details according to your arrival, accommodation and pick up service at the Rzeszow Central Railway Station (PKP) or at the Rzeszów - Jasionka Airport.

After arrival to Poland, it is advisable to buy a Polish SIM card for your mobile (starters cost approx. 5 - 20 PLN). It will help you to contact easily and cheaply with your Mentor student.


Your flight connections: 

 

  • You can choose also Warsaw – Fryderyk Chopin Airport as your final destination. In this case you can use a taxi or the Municipal Bus Service (ZTM) – LINE 175 to get to Warsaw Central Railway Station (Dworzec  Warszawa – Centralna) and take a direct train to Rzeszow. You can also go to the Warsaw West Bus Station (about 40 minutes trip from the airport) and take a public bus or take a private bus (leaves from the parking place in front of the Bus Station) called "NEOBUS" or "LUNABUS".
     
  • If you arrive at John Paul II International Airport  Cracow  - Balice you can use a taxi or the Municipal Transport Company (MPK S.A.) to get to Cracow Central Railway Station. Two regular bus lines: 208 and 292 and one night line: 902 are served by MPK S.A. You can also use the train service which is provided by PKP Przewozy Regionalne. This fast railway line will take you to the centre of Cracow within 16 minutes.

 


If you want to continue your trip from Warsaw or Cracow to Rzeszow by TRAIN, you can check the train timetable here

 

 

For more information about our university and the city of Rzeszow please see the University website
 

 

We wish you a safe trip and see you at UITM in Rzeszow!

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Erasmus Programme LLP.
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