> >
> >

about university

> >



> >

Warsaw University of Life Sciences


About University


The Warsaw University of Life Sciences is the oldest agricultural and natural science university in Poland, its origins dating back to 1816.

Today the university offers 40 fields of study (including 9 taught in English): from natural science and technology to veterinary medicine, social and economic studies. There are nearly 16,000 students in full-time, part-time, doctoral, and post-graduate study courses as well as under international student exchange.

Research and teaching activities of the university focus primarily on issues related to agriculture, biology, horticulture, food and nutrition, forestry, veterinary medicine as well as disciplines that strongly support life sciences, such as economics, social sciences, computer science, technology and engineering.


  • Warsaw University of Life Sciences consists of 14 faculties:
  • Agriculture and Ecology;
  • Animal Breeding, Bioengineering and Conservation;
  • Applied Informatics and Mathematics;
  • Biology and Biotechnology;
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering;
  • Economics;
  • Food Technology;
  • Forestry;
  • Horticulture;
  • Human Nutrition;
  • Sociology and Education;
  • Production Engineering;
  • Wood Technology;
  • Veterinary Medicine.

Student Life in Warsaw


Warsaw is Poland’s capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw. 

Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can  visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.



At the Warsaw University of Life Sciences 3000 dormitory places are available. Comfortable suites surrounded by various social facilities are perfect to meet the needs of international and domestic students. The campus is one of the best organized facilities of this type in Poland, so that you can live, learn and spend time in one place. Swimming pools, sports halls, lawns are where in the afternoon and evenings students do sport and integrate outdoors.



Warsaw University of Life Sciences is not only a higher education institution but also an important research unit with well-equipped laboratories, clinics for small and large animals and several research centers including among others: water center and veterinary research center.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW conducts a multi-faceted business and scientific – research aimed at solving current problems of the national economy, especially in agriculture and related fields. Among the ongoing research directions feature to the following areas of research:

  • the impact of external factors on the rural environment with particular emphasis on soil environment;
  • improvement of methods for the production of plants including integrated protection;
  • landscape architecture-integration and evaluation of natural, cultural and social changes in the human environment;


    Fill in the online application form to apply right now!


      Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

      > >


      Leave your questions, comments and suggestions below

      Leave a Reply

      Your email address will not be published.


        Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *