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University of Warsaw Tops Poland’s University League Table

The University of Warsaw has secured first place on Poland’s university league table, beating the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, which had occupied the top place for the past two years. Since the rankings' inception in 2000, the two universities have occupied the top two positions.

The league table considers several factors when ranking the universities, including:

  • Scientific efficiency
  • Graduate profile
  • Teaching conditions
  • Prestige
  • Innovation
  • Internationalisation

The league also ranks degree programmes, while Perspektywy compiles a separate ranking for private universities. These rankings are explicitly targeted toward high-school graduates to help them determine which universities or colleges they can apply to. According to the President of Perspektywy , Waldemar Siwinski, the rankings are released at least two weeks before students receive their graduate diplomas to provide them enough time to consider their options.

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University of Warsaw Tops Poland’s University League Table
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The top 10 universities in the updated rankings published in the Perspektywy education magazine are as follows:

  • University of Warsaw – 1st place
  • Jagiellonian University in Krakow – 2nd place
  • Warsaw University of Technology – 3rd place
  • Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan – 4th place
  • AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow – 4th place
  • Gdansk University of Science and Technology – 6th place
  • Medical University of Gdansk – 7th place
  • Wroclaw University of Science and Technology – 7th place
  • Medical University of lodz – 9th place
  • University of Wroclaw – 10th place
  • lodz University of Technology – 10th place

Amongst the private universities, Kozminski University occupies the first place, followed by SWPS University of Social Sciences in second and WSB University in Dabrowa Gornicza in third place.

The University of Warsaw, founded in 1816, currently has over 50,000 students and boasts of 100+ programs. It has recently received the best ranking amongst Polish universities to date on the QS World University Rankings.

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