University of Warsaw
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
Gdańsk University of Technology
There are nine faculties, 37 first and second cycle study programs, and 18 English fields of study and specialisations. There is also a doctoral school that offers studies in three fields of science, from which 12 disciplines of science can be chosen, as well as one MBA course accredited by AMBA. There are nearly 77 hectares of university campus, over 2,300 beds in 11 student residence halls, and over 15,000 students.
Medical University of Bialystok
Medical University of Warsaw
Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
The SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, founded in 1996, is a private university with five campuses throughout Poland. It was elevated to the status of full university in 2016. The university has five campuses in major Polish cities, including Warsaw, Wroclaw, Sopot, Katowice, and Poznan. As a result, depending on which campus they attend, university students may be able to experience the sights and sounds of some world-famous European cities, many of which already have a strong student culture.
AGH University of Science and Technology
Cracow University of Technology
University of Gdańsk
University of Łódź
The University of Łódź was founded on May 24, 1945, just a few weeks after the end of World War II in Europe. It was formed as a result of a merger of educational institutes in Łódź, and it is now a highly regarded university in Poland. The university has 12 faculties spread throughout Łódź, Poland’s third-largest city. The university campus has a large number of student dormitories, as well as modern sports facilities and a variety of entertainment options. The University of Łódź also has one of the largest academic libraries in Central Europe, housing approximately three million books.