On 26th June, the Senate of the University of Warsaw adopted “The University of Warsaw Rector’s Annual Report 2023”. The document covers significant data on the University concerning research, education, international cooperation, academic mobility, social and cooperate outreach, finances and investments. It also presents the calendar of the most important events of the past year.

This is the fourth annual report prepared during Prof. Alojzy Z. Nowak’s term as the Rector of the University of Warsaw.


The report provides information on the academic community of the University of Warsaw: its volume, structure and development, as well as admission statistics, data on scientific activity, national and international cooperation, mobility or relations with the socio-economic environment. The document includes financial data: on the University’s income, costs, expenses and implementation of the financial plan. In addition, the report presents the state of the University’s real estate, investments undertaken and plans for the Multiannual Programme. Information on the popularisation of science, the UW’s presence in media and the promotion of its image can also be find in this document.

The past year brought many challenges, but also reasons to feel proud of the actions taken by members of our academic community. I firmly believe that, through cooperation and our joint efforts, we will continue to strive to fulfil the mission of the University of Warsaw in the finest possible way. I would like to thank you all for your commitment to the development of our Alma Mater,” wrote Prof. Alojzy Z. Nowak, the UW Rector, in the introduction to the report.

Medicine, evaluation, support

From the report one can learn about the most important achievements and challenges for the University of Warsaw in 2023. The text describes the process of returning future doctors to the University, the results of the quality evaluation of the scientific activity, the newest investments under Multiannual Programme, and initiatives for climate and environmental protection. Major scientific achievements were also presented, including new laureates of the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) grants.