WULS-SGGW, with its nearly 200-year tradition is one of the oldest and the largest universities in Poland. It is also one of the most modern universities, where tradition and modernity meet.
The range of the academic programmes is systematically enlarged and currently includes 34 study programmes. Within study programmes there are 130 areas of specializations. Academic programmes are offered at the bachelor, master and doctoral levels, there is also a postgraduate MBA programme.
The strategic goal of the University is further expansion of research collaboration in international programs.
WULS-SGGW is involved in multifaceted research that aims at solving current problems in the national economy, particularly in life sciences and related fields.
Our researchers are involved in various research programs.
International research programs:
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International Relations Office in content-related matters is subordinate to the Vice-rector for International Cooperation.
The responsibilities of the Office include:
The Main Library of Warsaw University of Life Science is one of the biggest agricultural libraries in the country. The Main Library holds over 430,000 volumes - books, periodicals and special collections (doctoral theses, master's theses, cartographic resources, microfilms).
The library is computerized and there are 115 positions connected to the Intranet.
The campus has a historic part, with an 18th century palace, and a contemporary part where all faculty buildings and dormitories are situated. WULS-SGGW offers good facilities and infrastructure in one place. On our 70-hectare main campus we have 12 dormitories, a modern library, a sports centre (with tennis courts, a sports hall and a swimming pool) a language centre, a veterinary clinic and much more. The campus is located in the southern part of Warsaw and can be easily reached from the city centre by subway or by bus.
Modern sports facilities (indoor swimming pool, sports halls, indoor tennis courts, gym, sports, hippotherapy center).
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The Warsaw University of Life Sciences, located in Warsaw, the capitol of Poland, is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in the country. It conducts research and teaching activities as well as works implementing scientific research into the economy. The natural university, which is The Warsaw University of Life Sciences, is dominated by natural sciences,...
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