The University of Warsaw, University of Henryk Sienkiewicz, Leonid Hurwicz, Czeslaw Milosz and many more, was established in 1816 and it is considered to be one of the Polish largest and finest university. UW employs more than 5800 people, including over 3000 academic teachers. The University educates over 55 500 undergraduate and graduate students.
UW offers 37 major fields and over 100 specializations in the Humanities and Earth, Social, and Natural Sciences. Around 19 000 young people enroll as students at the University of Warsaw each year.
University of Warsaw has 19 faculties and 25 independent research and education units. The education process takes place in 100 buildings within three campuses in different parts of Warsaw: the main Campus (central Warsaw), Ochota Campus and Sluzhew Campus. The University is constantly tailoring its research programs and curricula to the changing world. UW students have easy access to the latest research and literature in each discipline they study.
The University of Warsaw offers various academic degree programmes at the 1st (Bachelor), 2nd (Master) and 3rd (Doctoral) level in 80 fields of study. There are long-term degree and short-term non-degree programmes available in Polish, English, and other languages.
University of Warsaw cooperates with the most renowned educational institutions in a host of foreign countries. In 2007 over 160 universities from 49 countries of the world cooperated with UW through bilateral agreements, and over 330 were partners within the European Union’s Erasmus programme. Over 1400 young people from over 170 countries have selected the University of Warsaw as the place to pursue their education.
English speaking students could choose some of the following study programmes: BA Philosophy Studies; Executive MBA; MA Program in European Finance and Banking; MA Program in International Relations; MA Program in Political Science etc.
The prospective students interested in a Bachelor’s, Master’s degree or Ph.D. diploma, should contact the Admissions Office.
Tuition fees for studies in English at the University of Warsaw vary from 2.000 euros for EU/EFTA students to 3.000 and 4.000 euros for non-EU citizens, depanding on the program.
Central European Exchange Program for University Studies. CEEPUS website.
Visegrad Scholarship Program
Visegrad Fund offers Master’s and Post-Master’s scholarships for 1 or 2 semesters. Visegrad Fund website.