University of Warsaw
Poland is situated in the heart of Europe sharing its western borders with Germany and the Czech Republic. Life in the capital city Warsaw is a typical urban experience – a never-ending list of diverse intellectual and cultural events. The capital's prime attraction is the Old Town, which is entered in the World List of Cultural and National Heritage of UNESCO. The Old Town Market Square, Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, the Castle Square and the huge number of parks for walking or running are just a few of the ways to enjoy Warsaw.
About University of Warsaw
The University of Warsaw, founded in 1816, is one of Poland's largest universities and one of the most prestigious universities in Europe. The International Business Program (IBP) is a wonderful program for graduate students who want to take business classes in English and to learn about the Polish language and culture. No Polish language background is required. Students from all over Europe study in the IBP program. The IBP's goal is to “familiarize students with the economic practice, customs and the financial structure of economic and financial systems in other countries.” This program is ideal if you want to enhance or expand your knowledge of international business in an exciting new European Union member nation.
University of Warsaw
International Relations Office
Kazimierzowski Palace 26/28
00-927 Warsaw, Poland
Ms. Agata Krol
Faculty of Management
University of Warsaw Application Process
Step 1: Submit the following items directly to the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Building 10, Room 2125) not to the exchange partner or other UNF offices:
DEADLINE: March 15 for fall semester and September 15 for spring semester
Step 2: Your study abroad advisor will sent your nomination to UW. Soon after, UW will send an email with instructions to apply online. Students must submit the following documents to their online application for UW:
- Copy of valid passport
DEADLINE: May 15 for fall semester and November 15 for spring semester
University of Warsaw Academics
The fall semester runs from October to December; final exams are held in January, but students may schedule their exams in December. The spring semester runs from February to June; final exams are held in June. View Warsaw's academic calendar.
Credit & Grade Conversions
University of Warsaw Housing & Cost
University of Warsaw has a number of housing options for students. Rent ranges from approximately $270–$450 a month depending on single or double accommodations. It is common to pay a deposit of one month's rent and a small contract fee.
UNF students participating in a Coggin semester exchange program will pay UNF tuition. Students will be responsible for all other expenses (i.e. flight, meals, housing, etc.). To see an estimated cost for one semester at UW, please see the estimated cost documents below.
Note: We recommend using Oanda as a currency converter when determining your budget.
Please view our Study Abroad Funding page for information about scholarships other funding opportunities.