“We have made a survey on our alumni’s performance at finding a job: the preliminary results show that over 80 percent of our alumni find a job during the first year after graduation. Among those who found a job, 70 percent had a permanent job, so it is not short-term accidental employment. These are good results when you look at the situation of the young generation across Europe. We believe that our alumni profit from the high reputation and good education of our University” – says the Rector of the University of Warsaw Professor Marcin Pałys.
University of Warsaw is the best and largest institution of higher education in Poland. Each year, the University provides education to approximately 55,000 students. Candidates are offered a very broad range of courses in the fields of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, as well as many interdisciplinary courses combining knowledge and skills of many disciplines.
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The leading concepts of the University’s activity are the unity of teaching and research, and the harmonious development of all branches of knowledge represented in its curriculum. The University’s research teams have won worldwide recognition in many areas of knowledge, and has joined international research programmes; the University participates in over 150 programmes per year financed by EU funds and grants of international foundations and research institutes.
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The University of Warsaw community includes 4,200 foreigners: students, doctoral students, employees and grantees of, among others, the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus programmes. With respect to academic exchange, the University of Warsaw stands out not only in Poland, but also internationally, being one of the leaders of the European Commission ranking issued as part of its assessment of student exchanges at over 3,000 institutions of higher education in the entire Europe. The University of Warsaw is most popular among students from Spain, Germany, Italy, France and Turkey.
“We continuously increase the number of courses taught in English. Housing for students is available as well as, in some situations, stipends. There are agreements on student exchanges with different countries. We are looking into closer cooperation with the best universities from all over the world; we plan to expand double diploma programmes that could allow the students to spend part of their studies in Warsaw and part of their studies abroad, receiving diplomas from both universities. This enhances the international dimension of our university. We also recruit abroad” – says Professor Marcin Pałys.
“We believe that our alumni profit from the high reputation and good education of our University” – says the Rector of the University of Warsaw Professor Marcin Pałys.