University of Warsaw
University of Warsaw, founded in 1816, is the largest and most respected university in Poland, the native land of Copernicus and Chopin. With its international focus, it offers quality education in the heart of Europe. University of Warsaw, known for its research achievements and academics, offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees, organizes summer schools as well as postgraduate and vocational courses, initiates interdisciplinary programs and introduces innovative teaching techniques.
University of Warsaw in numbers:
- 19 faculties and 25 independent research of teaching units
- 37 major fields and over 100 specializations in the Humanities and Earth, Social, and Natural Sciences
- more than 3 100 academic staff
- about 56 000 bachelors and masters students (full-time and part-time)
- about 2 000 doctoral students