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Best Universities for PHD Programs in Poland 2024

Number of institutions: 6
    • Łódź, Poland

    University of Lodz (Uniwersytet Łódzki) is the greatest hub of knowledge in its unique region of Poland, and home to a growing and changing community where academic skills make great things happen. Founded in 1945, UL is the largest public higher education institution in the city of Lodz, which is the capital of the same-named region in central Poland. Over 26 thousand students coming to the UL campus from more than 90 countries seek different kinds of degrees, available in more than 100 study fields.

    • Siedlęcin, Poland
    • Mała Kamienica, Poland
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    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Wrocław, Poland
    • 425Q+5C, Poland

    The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw offers top of the range art and design education on three levels—Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. We are a state university and we educate students on full time and part time basis in four faculties: Faculty of Painting and Sculpture, Faculty of Interior Architecture and Design, Faculty of Ceramics and Glass and Faculty of Graphics and Media Art.

    • Gdańsk, Poland

    Gdańsk University of Technology (Polish name: Politechnika Gdańska) is one of the oldest universities in Poland and the largest technical university in Northern Poland. It was established in 1904 and since then has been educating world-class engineers in various areas of science and technology. Located in Gdańsk – a city with a thousand-year tradition and the gate to the Polish coastal line – it is the perfect place to study and enjoy student life.

    • Warsaw, Poland

    At the beginning of the 21st century, biology is faced with the enormous task of understanding how the information of the entire genome results in the organism's biology. Employing over 260 full-time staff (over 120 research scientists) and training over 200 Ph.D. students, the Nencki Institute is currently the largest non-university biological research center in Poland.

    • Częstochowa, Poland

    Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa is a public university, with its history that traces back to 1971. At present, the University comprises 4 faculties with more than 40 fields of study, with bachelor's, master and doctoral degrees. It offers postgraduate studies & courses and opens new fields of study accommodating the needs raised by employers and sought-after skills most requested on the marketplace. The University community is created by 648 academic staff who provide education to students from different corners of the country and the world.