University of Lower Silesia

Strzegomska 55, 53-611 Wrocław

Type : Private

Founded in : 1900

International Students : 0

Nationalities : 0

The University of Lower Silesia (ULS) is a private university located in Wrocław, Poland. It was founded in 2001 and is one of the first private universities established in Poland after the fall of communism.

ULS offers undergraduate and graduate programs in fields such as psychology, management, tourism, and computer science. The university's curriculum is designed to meet the needs of the job market, with a focus on practical skills and hands-on experience.

ULS has a diverse student population, with over 50% of its students coming from outside of Poland. The university has partnerships with universities around the world, and international students can study at ULS through exchange programs or by enrolling directly in one of its programs.

As a private university, ULS does not release specific data on the number of foreign students who apply each year. However, it actively promotes itself to international students, and its diverse student population is evidence of its success in attracting students from around the world.