Warsaw – the capital of Poland. This amazing city is full of contrasts and surprises.
Warsaw is a city with the enchanted soul in locations that don’t exist anymore, and the ambiance produced by fantastic combination of modern urban development and historical architecture.
Palaces, churches and architectural clusters are interwoven with the wide open space of squares, parks and city gardens. Substantial portion of undeveloped land, with the essential need for investment, awaits the investors. These areas will play a major role in defining the character and ambience of the city in the upcoming years.

Character – the most renowned virtue of Warsaw, bestowed on it by its citizens. Same people, who in the past lifted this city up from the ruins, today are making their dreams come true, by pursuing their professional and personal success.


Founded: 13th century
Population: 1,764,615
Number of Higher Education Institutions: 66

Study in Warsaw

Foreign nationals come to Warsaw for numerous reasons, including to study in order to benefit from the educational excellence provided by the best universities in Poland.
Warsaw is home to four major universities and over 62 smaller schools of higher education.


Spring and autumn can be unpredictable; however, temperatures are usually mild and with low humidity, especially around May and September. The average temperature ranges between −1.8 °C in January and 19.2 °C in July. Temperatures may often reach 30 °C in the summer.


– It is a city with the tallest four-faced clock tower in the world. Its faces are 6 m in diameter, making it the largest clock of its kindin Europe.
– Warsaw’s Old Town is only 50 years old. After World War II it was proudly and laboriously reconstructed to its present form. In 1980 it was placed on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
– Largest capital cities of the European Union: ranked 9th
– Most expensive cities: ranked 113th of 144.
– Livability index: ranked 32nd
– Over 88 parks and green areas


– Plenty of job possibilities for foreigners
– Impressive number of English-speakers
– Easy and cheap communication to the other European cities
– Cultural and social diversity


– As a capital city Warsaw is a little bit more expensive than the rest of the cities in Poland