The University of Wroc?aw has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century the university had five Faculties: philosophy, catholic theology, evangelical theology, law and medicine.
The University of Wroclaw offers degrees at the bachelor, master's and doctoral level. All Faculties at the University of Wroclaw provide at least one master's program in English and some at the bachelor level.
University of Wroclaw has also different exchange agreements with many higher education institutions over the world and participate in numerous international exchange programs such as Erasmus, ISEP, CEEPUS, Fullbright and others.
Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years.
Today the University of Wroc?aw is the largest university in the region and teaches over 26,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year.
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The International Student Guide which was written by previous international students at the University of Wroclaw, gives you all the information about accommodation, transport, papers, food, pubs and clubs in Wroclaw.
The University of Wroclaw accommodation consists of two halls of residence. Both of them are situated within easy traveling distance from the city center and provide a friendly and safe study environment. Students live in shared modules with two bedrooms and a shared bathroom and kitchen. Kitchens are equipped with a refrigerator and an electric cooker. Each room has Internet access. Students may use the common room, the club, the study room and the laundry.
University Library is an all-University institution that - together with departmental libraries - organizes research and teaching environment for the academic community.
We hope not, but in case you need some medical help, you find professional care in one of the medical centers.
Being a student in Wroclaw is not only a great opportunity to study at the University, which has a 300 years long tradition, but also an unforgettable life experience in a foreign country. It is meeting new people, knowing different traditions, customs, and what is more, it's a great possibility to learn a new language.
To help you adapt to life in our city and the University, we've prepared many useful events so you can feel at home. During Orientation Days you have the great possibility to meet all the international students, get to know the structure of the University and feel more confident in all the organization processes.
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The University of Wroclaw is a great school to meet new people from all around the world and expand your horizons. My studies there completely reshaped the way I see the world.
It is one of the best universities in Poland. There are a lot of fields of study for everyone. It is worth to study here.
Being a part of this university was an eye-opening experience overall. I got to learn and develop a lot of skills that I did not even know I had it in me. The studies and curriculum of the programme fit perfectly in terms of how media today works. Although one bad thing about Poland is the visa permit for students which is a complicated and tiring procedure for...