Poland Universities

This is a list of selected state-funded universities in Poland. In total, there are approximately 500 universities and collegiate-level institutions of higher education in the country including 131 government-funded and 326 privately owned universities, with almost 2 million enrolled students as of 2010.[1] According to the March 18, 2011 Act of the Polish Parliament,[2] the universities are divided into categories based on their legal status and level of authorization. There are forty publicly funded and two private universities considered classical, granting doctoral degrees on top of bachelor’s and master’s degrees in at least ten fields of knowledge. The remaining universities are divided according to their educational profile usually reflected in their differing names, for example: technical and medical universities (wyższe uczelnie), polytechnics, academies, colleges and so on

List of Universities in Poland
University of Białystok ( Białystok )
Casimir the Great University ( Bydgoszcz)
University of Gdańsk ( Gdańsk )
Jagiellonian University ( Kraków )
John Paul II Catholic University ( Lublin )
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University ( Lublin )
University of Łódź ( Łódź )
University of Warmia and Mazury ( Olsztyn )
Opole University ( Opole )
Adam Mickiewicz University ( Poznań )
University of Rzeszów ( Rzeszów )
University of Silesia ( Katowice )
University of Szczecin ( Szczecin )
Nicolaus Copernicus University ( Toruń )
University of Warsaw ( Warsaw )
Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University ( Warsaw )
University of Wrocław ( Wrocław )
University of Zielona Góra ( Zielona Góra )
Jan Kochanowski University ( Kielce )



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