University of Social Sciences, Warsaw (Poland)

University of Social Sciences, Warsaw (Poland)

The University of Social Sciences was founded in 1994 as one of the first private universities after the collapse of communism in Poland. The University has soon become a leading teaching and research institution in Poland. According to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education the University is the most popular non-public university in Poland.

 

University of Social Sciences is a important research organization, as reflected by numerous scientific publications, conferences and research programs. The University employs many prominent researchers and academic teachers. The University of Social Sciences Publishing House is a fast developing organization helping our researchers to disseminate their scientific achievements.

The University of Social Sciences in Warsaw has over 18,000 students and 34,000 graduates. It offers full-time and part-time BA, MA and PhD degree programs as well as postgraduate courses and MBA programs. The educational programs cover 25 scientific disciplines, such as psychology, management, philology, communication and journalism. The principal goal of the teaching courses is to offer programs that are based on current research and which provide skills for life. Creative thinking, intellectual challenge and solid practical background are the foundation of our education. The University is located in a very center of the capital of Poland and has outstanding technical infrastructure designed to support the teaching activities.

From the very beginning the University has been involved in international research and teaching projects. The University of Social Sciences cooperates with the Clark University, USA (dual degree program), as well as with many other universities and research institutions  all over the world. The University also works closely with business both to enlarge its teaching potential and to support local community.

To find out more, visit our website: http://www.san.edu.pl/en/