Being a student does not require 24/7 studying. What you do after your lectures is equally important. Lodz University of Technology welcomes active people and supports students’ initiatives. Our students enjoy relaxing in the world of arts and culture. The students’ radio station Żak, which broadcasts around the clock at 88,8 MHz, is over 50 years old! This is the place where many now successful Polish journalists began their careers. The TUL’s Choir has indulged its fans for a slightly shorter time. Nevertheless, 40 years of continual stage presence are rather impressive. It is the best amateur choir in Poland. TUL’s Academic Orchestra is the University’s youngest musical child. Established in 2005, the Orchestra performs classical and popular music as well as film scores.
Annual Juwenalia is the biggest student event. A few days of unforgettable fun. A special event during the Juwenalia is Miss of Lodz University of Technology beauty pageant.
Those with high doses of energy can vent it out by joining any of the 31 sports sections of the Academic Sport Association of TUL. Swimming, track and field sports, martial arts, bridge and chess – whatever suits you best. Team games, paragliding and rock climbing sections are among the most popular. For those who want to travel the world, are curious about other cultures, want to make international contacts and gain precious experience, international student organizations and associations are the perfect place. The following organizations operate at TUL: the Board of European Students of Technology BEST, Erasmus Students Network, European Exchange Lodz ESN EYE, International Student Association of Economy and Trade – AIESEC, the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience – IAESTE.
There are almost 75 student circles at TUL. They are perfect places for students who have a passion for science and want to enrich their knowledge and understanding of an area of science.
Nine halls of residence provide accommodation and free Internet access for 3000 students. The student village also houses student organization offices, sports facilities, canteen, corner stores, port office, health care centre, as well as a modern performance hall.
In 2017, a modern facility - Lodz Academic Sports and Teaching Centre ‘Sports Bay’ was completed, which has the only 50-meter olympic pool (1282 sq. m) in the region, and a 30-meter pool (750 sq. m ). The facility is used for training purposes and as a venue of competitive diving, synchronised swimming and water polo. The pool 's moving floor enables swimming lessons and physical rehabilitation.