Warsaw University of Life Sciences

An Established Educational Institution

WULS was established in 1816 and therefore has a long history of academic success. It consists of thirteen faculties focused on agricultural and life sciences. It hosts over 25,000 students, out of which 1,400 are students of veterinary medicine. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is the leading veterinary faculty in Poland boasting modern, well equipped animal clinics. There are approximately 150 members of highly trained academic and teaching staff. The quality of teaching on offer is further enhanced by the wider prior experience most academic staff have gained in leading veterinary, animal science or biotechnology universities / research institutions worldwide. There is a strong ongoing emphasis on academic research in the faculty, especially in collaboration with other institutions, which further enriches the academic standing of the university. A Long-term Partnership IMS and WULS have worked closely since 2007 to make the veterinary course on offer of the highest international standards. We are proud to have collaborated on the course on offer and to have facilitated the achievement of hundreds of successful graduates from the veterinary study program.

Why Choose WULS?

WULS Offers Outstanding Facilities for the Best Student Experience The University campus is modern and spacious, with 47 buildings and 300 lecture rooms. There are many excellent facilities at your disposal. The most popular is the newly built Sport Centre with a swimming pool, fully equipped gym and tennis courts. The centre also provides a seasonal winter ice-rink. As you would expect in such a tailored campus, you will also find a café, canteen, small shops, a medical centre, a bank and pharmacy for your everyday requirements. The area includes the dormitories for international and national students. This makes for a friendly campus environment entirely geared to students.

  • WULS puts great emphasis on students accessing high quality practical and academic training: Students acquire specialist knowledge in theoretical, pre-clinical and clinical subjects through lectures, seminars, clerkships, specialist practice, consultations and field trips.

  • In Veterinary Medicine, it is imperative that students have access to good clinical training facilities. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has several key partners including the Small Animal Clinic and the Horse Clinic.

  • WULS is internationally recognized The Veterinary Medicine Program is accredited by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) giving assurance to the veterinary students to know their education reaches agreed and acceptable standards.