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Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
21,500 13,423 3% 15:9


The University of Lódz  is a public research university founded in 1945 in Lódz, Poland, just a few weeks after the end of the Second World War in Europe. It was formed through an amalgamation of the educational institutes operating in Lódz and today it is a highly regarded university in Poland.

The university operates 12 faculties that are located throughout Lódz, Poland’s third-largest city. The university campus has a large number of dormitories to accommodate students as well as modern sports facilities and an array of entertainment options. The University of Lódz is also home to one of the largest academic libraries in Central Europe, which houses around three million books.

It is also considered a very international university, with foreign nationals making up a considerable proportion of the 38,000 students currently enrolled. Furthermore, the university offers degree courses in Polish, French, English and Russian languages, as well as the longest-running School of Polish for Foreigners in the country, which was first established in 1952.

International relations are central to the philosophy of the University of Lódz, and as such the university has agreements in place with over 200 higher education institutions all over the world, while the university is also part of the Erasmus student exchange programme. The university has cooperation agreements in place with ten universities across the world, including institutions in France, Finland, Germany and the United States, that allows University of Lódz students to graduate with dual diplomas. The University treats international cooperation as a way to foster its development and continue the city’s tradition.

In this truly international atmosphere everyone can experience the cultural diversity of both the city and the institution.

Notable Alumini:

            Andrzej Sapkowski, fantasy writer.

•           Marek Belka, professor of economics, former Prime Minister and former head of National Bank of Poland.

•           Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, politician, minister of justice.

•           Pawel Rogalinski, journalist, publisher and a blogger.

•           Jerzy Kropiwnicki, right-wing politician.

•           Cezary Grabarczyk, politician, former minister of infrastructure.



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



American Studies - specialization in International Relations, BA

•           Asian Studies - specialization in International Relations, BA

•           BA in Business Management

•           BA in Climatology

•           BA in Computer Science

•           BA in Economics

•           BA in English Studies

•           BA in Geography

•           BA in International Cultural Studies   Specialization: Intercultural Communication

•           BA in International Marketing

•           BA in Management and Finance

•           BA in Nanotechnology

•           BA in Security Studies (Specialty at Political Studies)

•           Latin American Studies - specialization in International Relations, BA

Asian Studies - specialization in International Relations, MA

•           MA European Studies - specialization in International Relations

•           MA in Business Management

•           MA in Ecohydrology

•           MA in Economics and International Business

•           MA in English Studies

•           MA in Geography

•           MA in International Cultural Studies Specialization: Intercultural Communication

•           MA in International Relations - specialization American Studies and Mass Media

•           MA in International Relations - specialization Cultura-Sociedad-Politica (in Spanish)

•           MA in International Relations - specialization International Marketing

•           MA in International Relations Specialization: International Gender Studies

•           MA in Political Studies - specialization Political Management

•           MA in Spatial Development and Planning

•           Master of Science in Computer Science

The University has 10 dormitories with a capacity of over 4,000, which are situated in a wide campus area called Lumumbowo, packed with greenery and resembling a park. The university campus offers modern rooms within walking distance from most faculty buildings.

The University of Lodz offer double and triple rooms, and accommodation cost will be 270-400 PLN (70-100 Euro) per person per month. You will be asked to pay a deposit of 700 PLN (in cash) per person, which will be paid back at the end of the Academic Year. So please make sure to have about 1,000 PLN for the first month.

Most dormitories offer two adjacent double rooms that are arranged into a suite, which feature a bathroom, and a cooking facility. There is Internet connection in every room, a large shared kitchen on every floor, and a shared laundry room in the building.

International students who wish to study in Poland and want to avoid costs of education can apply for various state scholarships (funded by governmental institutions; not to be confused with the notion of UL student benefits). Such scholarships either exempt them from paying a tuition fee, or serve as a financial support in covering their living expenses in Lódz.

Quick Facts





The tuition fees range from EUR 2000 to 6000 per year and depends on the study program


Costs of living in Poland are relatively low, though the amount of money you need will vary depending on your lifestyle and the city you’re based in. You will probably need at least 1,200-2,500 PLN (~US$320-670) per month to cover living costs, including accommodation. Accommodation in student halls of residence is usually cheaper at around 400-600 PLN (~US$110-160) per month, whereas a shared rented flat could cost around 1,000 to 1,600 PLN (~US$270-430) per month.



World University Rankings 2018     :  1001+

QS World University Ranking 2018 :  801-1000                                            



Narutowicza 68, 90-136, Lódz, Poland

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