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University of Lodz (Poland)

University of Lodz a state owned University accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education, has been one of the leading educational institutions in Poland for over 70 years.

Our Diplomas are recognized in all countries of the European Union.

There are 95 nationalities currently studying at the University of Lodz- over 2000 international students each academic year. Our University builds academic community around the values of respect for cultural, religious and community identities as well as social sensitivity. UL strives to educate active global citizen who think critically, understand the complexity and the diversity of perspectives which underline most global problems.

Poland, a country with a population of 38 million, a member of the European Union. Host of many international sport events. Located in Central Europe its neighbors include Germany to the west, and Ukraine to the east. Poland faces the Baltic Sea in the north, and its capital city is Warsaw.

Lodz, situated 125 km away from Warsaw, is Poland’s third largest city with a population of 720.000. The city is easily accessible from any part of Poland and Europe (airport). Lodz is proud of its 19th century industrial history. The city attracts tourists with many festivals and cultural events that are held annually, among them Fashion week-Poland, International Design Festival and many others.

Lodz is a major academic center in Poland with many higher education institutions. There are over 100.000 students in the city and 95 different nationalities present at the University of Lodz alone.

BA, MA and PHD programs in Polish are held at the University’s 12 Faculties:

  • Faculty of Economics and Sociology
  • Faculty of International and Political Studies
  • Faculty of Law an Administration
  • Faculty of Management

There are also BA and MA programs taught in English. The latest top is: Computer Science, Business Management, Economics, And International Marketing, Asian Studies, but we have a lot more (including: Intercultural Communication, Climatology, Nanotechnology)

Full time students (within MA, BA or PhD programs) are also eligible to take part in EU student program called Erasmus+ and have a possibility to spend a semester or year abroad on full scholarship in one of 30 European countries.

Exchange programs

If the EU is not enough, you can go on exchange to study with a high amount scholarship in Latin American countries or East European countries.

Bilateral exchange

Students studying all over the world at partner universities of the University of Lodz are welcomed to take part in a one semester or one year free of change exchange program in the framework of bilateral agreements. The only requirement is that the partner universities have a signed agreement.

Pay less or study for free in Poland

Those who can study for free (on similar terms as the locals), include citizen of the EU/EEA countries, holders of the Pole’s Card (Karta Polaka), and some other categories. Foreigners can also apply for the Polish Government Scholarship which allows them to study free of charge or with scholarship.

Accommodation

It is available in one of the University’s dormitories (cost:70-100 Euro per month). Internet access is available in every room. Students live in twin or triple-bedded rooms and have a direct access to kitchen and shower.

Students have a 50% discount for public transport in Lodz as well as other discount for entries to a number of pubs, clubs, sport centers, cinemas, museums and other institutions. With student visa or temporary residence permit students can work legally. Average cost of living in Lodz (per month)- about 250 Euro.

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