Warsaw University of Life Sciences





Dating back to 1816, Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS-SGGW, formerly Warsaw Agricultural University) is the oldest agricultural school in Poland. At present, the university consists of 12 faculties, 6 interfaculty units and 2 MBA programs. There are about 25,000 students enrolled at the University. Since 2007, WULS-SGGW has been part of the EUROLEAGUE of some of the leading Universities of Life Sciences in Europe.

The new campus of Warsaw University of Life Sciences comprises 47 buildings and includes facilities such as the Sports Centre, University Hotel, the Main Library, the Crystal Auditorium, and student.

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is the leading veterinary faculty in Poland with the both large and small animal clinics and state-of-the-art laboratories in basic and clinical veterinary sciences.

Courses offered through English


The University provided on-campus accommodation for international students. Rent is about €95 per month