New English-language study programmes at UW
The University of Warsaw offers over 100 study programmes in humanities, social, exact and natural sciences, as well as interdisciplinary ones. There are also degree programmes entirely conducted in English. This year, prospective students may choose from two new study programmes in English: Machine Learning, and Religions of Asia and Africa: Buddhism, Islam and Others.
Online UW Open Day 2021: Coverage
Over 5 800 visitors, 70 stands prepared by faculties and units of the University of Warsaw, and more than 5 000 chat messages — these are the statistics of this year's UW Online Open Day. Candidates for studies could learn about the university’s educational offer, admission rules and talk to students and lecturers.
Study with us: Apply to UW
Do you want to get education from experienced academics, and study at the largest and best university in Poland? Choose our university. We offer a wide range of studies in humanities, social, exact and natural sciences, as well as individual interdisciplinary studies, English-language programmes, and programmes of study run jointly with universities from abroad. Now, you have a chance to apply to
Admissions to Doctoral Schools 2019/2020
Currently, prospective PhD students can sign up for Doctoral School of Exact and Natural Sciences and Interdisciplinary Doctoral School. Soon, starting from 1st June, it will be possible to enrol for Doctoral School of Humanities and Doctoral School of Social Sciences.
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