Lazarski University is one of the top ranking private universities in Poland. This program offers a wide variety of courses taught in English, which are ideal for students studying business, economics, European studies, law, international relations, and public administration. The small student body ensures an excellent student-to-teacher ratio and individual attention. Lazarski strives to prepare its students for successful careers and believes that the knowledge that they have gained will serve them well in their lives. The University offers you a wonderful opportunity for challenging yourself intellectually and developing strong skills of intellectual inquiry. Your fellow colleagues will be Polish students as well other international students, and there will be frequent extra-curricular activities to keep you busy throughout the program.
Since its inception, Lazarski University has become one of the top ranking private universities in Poland. Lazarski University offers a wide variety of courses taught in English. These courses are ideal for students studying business, economics, European studies, law, international relations, and public administration.
In recent years, Lazarski University has been undergoing the process of Americanization in order to become an American university. The university has already received full accreditation from the Delaware Department of Education. Therefore, while studying at Lazarski you can be sure that you’re getting the highest level of teaching which follows the American model of education.
Lazarski University’s campus is located the middle of Warsaw, and it comfortably accommodates its more than 4000 students. The campus facilities include computer labs, a large library, bookstore, copy shop, cafeteria, doctor’s office and a chapel. Your fellow colleagues will be Polish students as well other international students, and there will be frequent extra-curricular activities to keep you busy throughout the semester.
With a population of more 1.7 million people, Warsaw is an ideal location for those of you who like the big city life. It became the country’s capital in 1596 when King Zygmunt III moved the royal residence there from Krakow. Since then Warsaw has witnessed many hardships (it was almost completely destroyed during WW II), but it has emerged as a cosmopolitan city and the business center of the country. Here you can find modern architecture juxtaposed with carefully-restored palaces and castles. The city boasts a beautiful Old Town and many theaters, museums, monuments, restaurants, and parks. And since it is home to a number of large universities, there are plenty of college students to meet and socialize with.
Courses & Descriptions:
At Lazarski University, you can take 3 to 5 courses of your choice. Most courses are worth 45 hours (3 semester credits).
All courses are taught in English. For students that want to learn Polish a language course is available. If you are fluent in Polish it might be possible to attend some of the university’s regular courses taught in Polish. Please contact us for more details.
You can earn between 12 and 18 semester credits.
You are also invited to attend the numerous lectures taught by well-known visiting professors coming from 53 universities around the world. This is a great way to complement your studies!
Full-Degree (BA, MA)
It’s also possible to complete your full BA or MA degree here. Apply as a freshman or as a transfer student! Lazarski offers full-degree programs Business Economics, Business Administration, and International Relations. No Polish necessary – the language on instruction is English. The Degrees are awarded by Lazarski University and are internationally recognized. Some programs have dual degrees awarded by the University of Wales in the UK.
Lazarski University is fully accredited by the Polish Ministry of Education. Most colleges and universities allow you to transfer credit from courses taken abroad. Before applying it’s important to speak with the study abroad advisor at your home institution to obtain pre-approval for your courses and determine how many credits you’ll receive. Every educational institution has different policies about transferring credit, so we encourage you to follow your institution’s regulations. Usually the number of credits that you receive depends on the number of teaching hours. Following the American system, we suggest awarding 1 semester credit for every 15 hours of class time or 1 quarter credit for every 10 hours of class time.
After completing the program, we’ll send your registrar or study abroad advisor an official transcript with the course titles, course hours, and grades. Your university will need this transcript to transfer credit.
It is possible to transfer your financial aid to pay for some or all of the program costs. The first step is to check with your home institution’s financial aid advisor before applying. Since every home institution has different rules, only your advisor can tell you what kind of aid can transfer. Study Abroad Poland is happy to provide you with a certificate of enrollment or any other documents that your university might require.
Scholarships available on our scholarships page.
November 30, 2016 - Spring
June 28, 2017 - Fall
June 29, 2017 - Academic Year
June 29, 2017 - Full Degree
Late applications will be considered on an individual basis.
Applying for our programs is simple! Fill out the on-line application form and wait for more information from us.