Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) is the oldest agricultural academic school in Poland, its history dates back to 1816. At present, the university consists of 13 faculties; there are 27,000 students enrolled. They can choose from 34 disciplines and 61 specialties. The research and education covers the entire field of agriculture-related sciences, among the others: Landscape Architecture, Biology, Biotechnology, Economics, Finance and Banking, Regional Planning, Informatics and Econometrics, Environmental Engineering, Forestry, Environment Protection, Horticulture, Agriculture, Sociology, Agricultural and Forestry Techniques, Wood Technology, Commodity Sciences, Tourism and Recreation, Food Technology, Human Nutrition, Veterinary Medicine, Management and Production Engineering, Management and Marketing, Animal Science. Within the Erasmus+ programme SGGW offers a wide range of subjects taught in English.
The new campus of Warsaw University of Life Sciences is located in Ursynów. The Palace of Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz the offices of the University authorities are situated. The campus is made up of different faculty buildings, student dormitories, facilities such as Sports Center, SGGW Hotel, the Main Library as well as the building with the conference hall, better known as the Crystal Auditorium, where most celebrated academic events take place.
The mission of the University: To provide society with knowledge and education characterized by multidisciplinarity and internationality in the wide area of environmentally oriented sustainable development.
- Faculty of Agriculture
- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
- Faculty of Forestry
- Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
- Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Science
- Faculty of Wood Technology
- Faculty of Animal Sciences
- Faculty of Food Technology
- Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences
- Faculty of Production Engineering
- Faculty of Agricultural Economics
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics
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