University of Warsaw History
Founded in 1816, Warsaw University is Poland's largest university. It was founded on 19 November 1816 as a Royal University, when Poland's Partitions separated Warsaw from Krakow's oldest and most influential university. It was founded on 19 November 1816 as a Royal University, when Poland's Partitions separated Warsaw from Krakow's oldest and most influential university.
University of Warsaw Programs, Courses, and Schools
It provides 53,000 students with graduate courses. The University offers approximately 37 different fields of study, 18 faculties, and more than 100 humanities, technical and natural sciences specializations.
University of Warsaw Campuses
The University of Warsaw's main campus is in the city center. It includes several historic palaces, most of which in the 19th century had been nationalized. The main buildings are: Kazimierzowski Palace, Uruski Palace, the Old Library, the Main School, Auditorium Maximum
University of Warsaw Notable Alumni
Andrzej Kalwas (Lawyer, businessman and former Polish Minister of Justice), Jerzy Andrzejewski (Author), Menachem Begin (6th Prime Minister of Israel), Tadeusz Borowski ( poet, writer), Frédéric Chopin (pianist, composer).
University of Warsaw Programs
University of Warsaw Application Requirements
Average Academic Score
University of Warsaw Cost of studies
Bachelors: PLN 12,890
Masters: PLN 13,000
Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
University of Warsaw Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Warsaw Rankings
RegionalEmerging Europe and Central Asia
University of Warsaw Stats
Student Faculty Ratio
Krakowskie Przedmiecie 26/28, 00-927 ,Poland