BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE UNIVERSITY
University of Warsaw, also known as Józef Piłsudski University of Warsaw is the largest public University in Poland. It was founded on 19 November 1816, during the time of partition between Lithuania and Poland. The University started with five schools for five faculties – Law and Political science, Medicine, Philosophy, Theology and Humanities. Currently, the University offers more than 37 courses in 18 different faculties.
It was closed for a long time, due to the Polish-Russian war but it reopened as the Warsaw Academy of Medicine. It was after the independence of Poland that the University and the government joined hands and established it as the University which now contains 126 buildings. The main campus is now located at Powiśle.
- Political science
- Regional studies
- Applied linguistics
- Slavic philology
- Polish language
- Law and Public administration
- Applied Social sciences
- Computer Science
The annual tuition fee for English-taught programs at the University of Warsaw ranges between $3300 to $6800 USD for non-EU/EEA students.