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About UL

University of Łódź (UL) — public non-profit university. It is located in Lodz, Poland. As an active member of European University Association (EUA), UL is participating in developing the academic environment.

The university is one of the top-950 universities in the world.

UL is developing different scientific directions and invites students to join the research.

Location
Lodz, Poland
Establishment year
1945
Students
31,239
International students
2,037
Rating QS
#951-1000
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UL tuition fees

At UL, the academic calendar is divided into two semesters. However, tuition fees are calculated per year. UL offers free programs in the Polish language (B2 level and higher). If you want to study in English — tuition fees start from 2,507 USD per year. The university has several financial aid programs that help students cover part of the cost of education. Check the university website for up-to-date information on prices and scholarships.

Also, consider other expenses: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals, and personal expenses.

Academic calendar
Semesters
Financial Aid
Yes
Bachelor
Local1,090USD/year
Foreign2,507USD/year
Master
Local1,090USD/year
Foreign2,724USD/year

UL campus

UL has an urban campus, which provides students with many options for study and recreation. The abundance of museums, theaters and cinemas creates opportunities for the cultural development of young people. In the city, there are also large companies that offer internships. The university has a functioning library. In addition to educational materials in various scientific areas, it contains a collection of classical and contemporary literature. UL regularly accepts students for international exchange programs, providing both local and international students with the opportunity to come into contact with different cultures and gain unique experience.

Campus Type
Urban
Library
Yes
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