Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS-SGGW) (formerly Warsaw Agricultural University) is the oldest agricultural academic school in Poland, dating back to 1816. At present, the university consists of 11 faculties and 6 interfaculty units; there are 25,000 students enrolled, 14,000 of which are full time (resident) students. They can choose from 23 disciplines and 61 specialties. Research and education covers the entire field of agricultural related sciences, among others: Landscape Architecture, Biology, Biotechnology, Economics, Finance and Banking, Regional Planning, Informatics and Econometrics, Environmental Engineering, Forestry, Environmental Protection, Horticulture, Agriculture, Sociology, Agricultural and Forestry Techniques, Wood Technology, Commodity Sciences, Tourism and Recreation, Food Technology, Human Nutrition, Veterinary Medicine, Management and Production Engineering, Management and Marketing, Animal Science. The research is carried out at 7 Experimental Stations belonging to WULS-SGGW, covering all together around 5200 ha. Within the Socrates/Erasmus programme WULS-SGGW offers a wide range of subjects taught in English. This has resulted in an increasing number of foreign students coming to WULS-SGGW (in 2005 around 100 students from 15 EU countries).