On 1st October 1999 the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw began its existence as a state-owned university, currently consisting of four ecclesiastical faculties: 1. Theology; 2. Canon Law; 3. Christian Philosophy; 4. Family Studies.
The UKSW runs postgraduate courses for candidates who have completed at least a first-cycle programme and hold a degree equal to Bachelor of Arts (licencjat), Master of Science (inżynier), Master of Arts (magister).
First-Cycle Studies are designed for candidates holding a certificate of secondary education completion. Graduates are awarded with the professional title of licencjat (equivalent to Bachelor of Arts) or inżynier (equivalent to Bachelor of Engineering).
Long-cycle studies are designed for candidates holding a certificate of secondary education completion. Graduates obtain the professional title of magister, magister inżynier ( equivalent to Master of Science) or their equivalent.
The UKSW as a centre of research and education has the following objectives:
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All foreign students residing on the territory of Poland must hold a valid health insurance for the whole of their stay. List of academic clinics available to UKSW students:
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