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Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw is a state university in Warsaw. It was founded in 1999, and it is named after Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski of Poland. It offers religious studies at the faculties of theology, Canon law and Christian philosophy under the patronage of Archbishop of Warsaw issuing permits (missio canonica) to academic staff at those faculties. The secular studies with particular sensitivity to Christian values fall under the Ministry of Education.

UKSW has 35 fields of study, over 16.000 students, 737 academic teachers and 383 administrative staff.

Studies are carried out in a full-time system and a part-time system, both in a long cycle system (master) and in a first cycle (bachelor). The UKSW also offers professional qualifications in postgraduate and doctoral programs. Studies conducted in most of the fields are certified by the State Accreditation Commission. Students have the opportunity to go on to over 60 universities in Europe under the Erasmus program. There are numerous student scientific associations and student organizations, student theatre  and choir. There are sport facilities as well.

The University is friendly to people with disabilities. Rector's special associate helps solve problems related to the functioning of persons with disabilities and provides information about programs and events, meetings, and university festivals.

Some departments offer e-learning to enrich and supplement traditional classes. Distance learning system enables interactive text commentary, moderating the discussion among students and a teacher.

Experienced career advisors from the Office of Career help students to plan career paths, and assists in placement in internships organized by renowned Polish and international companies.

The UKSW is a member of International Federation Catholic Universities (FIUC). The Polish program MOST (system of students’ mobility) – national grants for studying in 19 other Polish universities.

Certificate of the English language proficiency B2 ;IELTS  6.0


Hold a matriculation certificate (the Matura certificate) or a secondary school leaving certificate certifying that the holder is eligible for admission to higher education in the country in which he/she completed secondary school, if applying for admission to a first-cycle programme or a long-cycle programme,


hold a degree of Master (magister), Bachelor (licencjat, inzynier) or an equivalent degree, if applying for admission to a second-cycle programme


              MA Philosophy and Culture of East-Central Europe – Experience and Thought

•             MA in Environmental Protection: Sustainability Studies

There are many different options for arranging student accommodation in Poland. They vary depending on the city and higher education institution you choose. Many Polish HEIs have their own dormitories, which are usually the cheapest option available. However, most Polish students prefer to rent a room in a private apartment.

Student houses and dormitories

The pricing of the student houses depends on the particular HEI. Usually the cost of accommodation in a dormitory ranges is around EUR 60-80 monthly for a shared room and between EUR 100-150 for a single room. However, the standard of the dormitories may differ greatly even between various student houses of the same HEI, so it’s good to do some research before the final decision. What doesn’t differ is the friendly and helpful atmosphere in the student houses.

Private housing

It is quite common in Poland to rent a room in a bigger apartment. Most of the out-of-town students share flats in this way. The cost varies between cities and it depends greatly on the location of the apartment as well as the size and quality of the room. The monthly rent is usually between EUR 150 and 200. Some landlords may require a deposit of a similar amount. Don’t worry if you don’t have friends to live with. Sharing a flat with locals is an amazing opportunity: you can pay for the accommodation and get great friends for free! And if you really don’t like to share, you can find an independent apartment. The rent for the smallest, one-room apartment starts from about EUR 300 (in Warsaw).

Students admitted to the university according to the principles applicable to foreigners with tuition fees cannot apply for any scholarship at the University.


Quick Facts





The tuition fees range from EUR 3700 to 6000 per year and depends on study program .


Depending on your personal situation, lifestyle and habits you may have different needs. In practice, you will need at least PLN 1500-2000 per month in order to cover the cost of decent accommodation, pay for the local transport, and even go out occasionally. This amount should cover the costs of rent, food, clothing, personal hygiene, local transport, study materials, telephone and other expenses – however, not the tuition fee.



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Dewajtis 5 St. 01-815 Warsaw, Poland

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