Study Master's Degrees in Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw at a glance

Warsaw, the capital of Poland is a city that defeated its own history and now it’s fascinating through the blend of historical streets and buildings and it’s spot as Poland’s centre for cultural, economic, scientific and economic activities. Warsaw’s beauty is split between the two banks of Vistula River and is the only city in the EU with a natural reserve right at its core. Modern glass buildings and the city’s symbolic statues create a vivid atmosphere that students enjoy. International students are easy to find in Warsaw. One person out of six is a student seeking a Bachelor’s Degree, a Master’s Degree or a PhD programme. Most public universities in Warsaw stand out as being prestigious and highly regarded throughout the world. The city also provides one of the greenest urban settings in Europe. Earn your Bachelor’s degree or find your Master’s programme in Europe while exploring the heart of the old continent!


Studying in Warsaw

Universities in Warsaw offer international programmes in English and include research and, in some cases, publishing facilities. In the core of Warsaw, you will find a campus that is famous for its 17th century imposing architecture and is now considered a touristic attraction. Among the preferred fields of study there are archaeology, American and English studies, finance, international relations, and psychology. You’ll also find European quality MBAs in higher education institutions in Warsaw.

When it comes to a Master’s programme in Europe, Warsaw is preferred for its internationally specialized degrees, such as European administration, environmental degree, international business, political science and English teaching.

Development courses are also available in the military field, as well as the possibility to benefit from a training centre.

Have you ever thought of joining a song and dance company or an academic choir, while studying for a degree in technology? This is also possible in Warsaw.


Career opportunities in Warsaw

Although universities in Warsaw do not offer direct employment services, in some cases they host fairs, conferences, and other corporate events that might help students find a job after graduation. Still, students find their place in company offices in a high percentage. This is also possible because of the developing national economy.

The rising and profitable industries of Warsaw are banking and insurance, stock exchange, electronics and high – tech and food processing. The largest foreign investors in town are Coca-Cola, Amatil, and Metro AG. The largest market in the region and with a historical potential is the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

Having over 300,000 companies registered in the city, Warsaw was ranked as the 7th greatest emerging market by MasterCard Emerging Market Index.


Warsaw city life

Warsaw is a city of entertainment and contrasts. If you are impressed by its history, you can walk around the communist and Gothic architecture streets and visit some of the town symbols, such as:

  • the Little Mermaid,
  • the Zygmunt Column,
  • the rich Midowa street,
  • the Barbican’s walls,
  • the King’s Castle.

You can take a walk in the Old Town and discover why it was considered the main route between the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea and why UNESCO put it on the World Heritage List.

In Warsaw, you also find numerous parks for outdoor sports. However, if you wish to see a Polish party, the clubs, bars, restaurants and coffee shops offer is pretty generous. There is even an “unofficial hipster hangout” that earned its fame.

International atmosphere in Warsaw

The city that became the capital of Poland 97 years ago is known as the most history-marked spot in Europe. After being totally destroyed during the second World War, the city rose from its ashes, while keeping significant parts of history visible.

Polish is regularly heard, as well as English since Warsaw is also highly resided by students that come from Spain, Germany, Italy, France and Turkey. However, foreigners in Warsaw are Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Belarussian, Russian, Chinese, and American.

Warsaw is preferred by tourists also because of the low living costs confirmed even by the 19th ranking in the UN prosperity ranking.

Weather Warsaw

Warsaw has a warm climate, with some rain in July, thanks to the border with the oceanic climate. The temperature usually reaches -1,8°C (29°F) in January, during the snowy and cloudy winters and 19.2°C (66.6°F) in July, in the warm, sunny and stormy summers.

Universities in Warsaw

Kozminski University is a private institution of higher education with full academic rights. The university has obtained Polish and international accreditations, as well as excellent results in global and national educational rankings which shows the high quality of its programs and services.

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ITMO University is one of the top Russian institutions which provides training and research in advanced science, engineering and technology. The history of the University spans over a period of more than 100 years. ITMO University offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs as well as post-doctoral research and short-term courses. 

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Located in Warsaw - the heart of Europe, Vistula University (VU) is the most internationalised university in Poland. We host students from 80+ countries, creating a multicultural community of  future business leaders. Our mission is to prepare graduates for their future career, in the best way possible, by constantly modernising the technology used in studies,  and adapting study programmes to the changing world. 

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The Medical University of Warsaw provides specialist referral tertiary and general services and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in its five affiliated teaching hospitals, which are also involved in scientific and clinical research and a number of clinical academic departments located in other hospitals in Warsaw.

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