Wroclaw University, one of the largest academic organizations in Poland, founded in 1702. It has a rich history of more than 300 years. The University is located in Wroclaw, one of the safest cities in Poland. Wroclaw University is ranked among the top 10 Polish universities (6th place).
At present, Wroclaw University, the largest university in the region, has 26,000 students. 9,000 students graduate each year. In 2013, nine of the 10 faculties of Wroclaw University were awarded for their highest education standard. The University has a large modern campus. Numerous labs, libraries, dormitories, health centres and gyms are available for students’ usage on the campuses. All environment have been created on the campus, so students can spend their leisure time effectively and enjoyably.
Today, the major focus of Wroclaw University is on scientific research. Innovations at the university. During the twentieth century, scientists from Wroclaw University have won 9 Nobel Prizes. (Theodor Mommsen, Philipp Lenard, Eduard Buchner, Paul Ehrlich, Fritz News, Friedrich Bergius, Erwin Schrodinger, Otto Stern and Max Born)
Educational programs (bachelor, master and doctorate)
- English language
- European culture
- Business Administration (Business, Finance, Management)
- International Relations
- Theoretical Physics
Required documents :
Passport, diploma or attestation (translation and notarization), CV, personal statement and reference letters, English language certificate (IELTS or TOEFL)