University of Warsaw

(UW) | Uniwersytet Warszawski

University of Warsaw

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0€ - 9000€
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Scholarships available
February 03, September 02
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Offered Programs

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Application Requirements for Masters:

  • A-Level Certificate
  • Bachelor's Degree

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University of Warsaw in Rankings

  • UW is ranked 1st in the whole of Poland.
  • UW is ranked between 401 and 500 (Academic Ranking of World Universities) (ARWU)
  • UW is ranked 308th in QS World University Rankings, 2022

Cost of living at University of Warsaw

150 - 300 Euro / month
350 Euro / month
Cost of living
100 - 150 Euro / month
27 Euro / month

Why Study at University of Warsaw

In the heart of Europe

The University of Warsaw community includes 4,800 foreigners: students, doctoral students, employees and grantees of, among others, the Erasmus+ programme. With respect to academic exchanges, the University of Warsaw stands out not only in Poland, but also internationally, being one of the leaders of the European Commission ranking issued as part its assessment of student exchange at over 3,000 institutions of higher education in the entire Europe. The University of Warsaw is most popular among students from Belarus, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Turkey and Ukraine.

The Quality of Education

The quality of education at the University of Warsaw is confirmed by the annual appraisals conducted by the university itself which show that the majority of students are satisfied with their selection of the university and the education programme. The University’s strongest points are: its prestige, development opportunities, the study environment. The quality of education is also confirmed by research conducted with the University’s graduates. The University of Warsaw conducts the largest research enterprise of its kind in Europe by monitoring the careers of former students. Results demonstrate that having a diploma from the University of Warsaw is a definite asset in the job market; 94% of respondents have found employment after graduation.

Academic Staff

The academic staff are composed of leading teachers and professionals in their respective fields. Academic staff are made up of professors, professionals, and experts in their respective fields. Additionally, serious attention is paid to the academic development of students, to this effect, seminars, excursions, field trips, webinars and other programs to improve student abilities are usually organized by the university. Thanks to the excellent teaching staff, the university constantly ranks at the top of Poland's most important universities.

The Academic City

The University is located in the capital of Poland, one of the most dynamically developing European cities. Warsaw is the centre of political and economic life and has a lively social and cultural scene. It is steadily climbing the international rankings of the world’s most attractive urban areas: Top 50 of the City Brand Index, United Nations State of the World’s Cities report, best cities ranking and report by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

University of Research

The leading concepts of the University’s activity are the unity of teaching and research, and the harmonious development of all branches of knowledge represented in its curriculum. The University employs nearly 4,000 scholars. Their scientific enquiry extends over 1,400 research topics; students who they concurrently teach have the opportunity of joining in their research projects. The University’s research teams have won worldwide recognition in many areas of knowledge and have joined international research programmes.

Accommodation University of Warsaw

On Campus Accomodation at University of Warsaw
Off Campus Accomodation at University of Warsaw

About Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland, with a population of more than 1.5 million people. Warsaw contributes the largest to the country’s economy, both in industry and influence. Also, Warsaw has the best universities in Poland.

Compared to other parts of Poland, Warsaw enjoys a much higher standard of living, a greater number of factories, greater historical centers, and more tourist attractions. The city center is a serene getaway with one of the largest parks where residents come to relax and unwind at the end of the day.

Aside from its historic center, Warsaw is a significant center of research and development, and also has a growing collection of skyscrapers, ranging from the residential Złota 44, completed in 2012, to the art deco-inspired Palace of Culture and Science, which dates back to 1955.

The Polish residents in Warsaw are very tolerant and extremely open-minded. Warsaw is a multicultural, peaceful and vibrant city that is welcoming to everyone around the globe. Compared to other European capitals, Warsaw is one of the cheapest to live in and also one of the safest.

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