University Guide: University of Lodz

Posted by Viktoriia Rabcheniuk | February 14, 2017

Are you coming to Lodz for Erasmus Student Exchange at University of Lodz?


Great! This post is dedicated to you! Below you will find all the information you need to know about University of Lodz.


University of Lodz was established in 1945 and is considered to be one of the leading universities in Poland. The university has 12 faculties and provides programs in 90 fields of study. Approximately 10,000 students complete the programs every year and some of them continue their studies by pursuing Master’s and Doctoral degrees. When thinking about higher education in Poland, international students should consider the fact that students from more than 90 countries come to University of Lodz for exchange programs. As the university offers study abroad programs, the institution in considered to have a truly international atmosphere and cultural diversity. The studies are not offered only on English and Polish but also on French and Russian; therefore, when looking for a place to study in Europe, University of Lodz should be in the number of universities kept in mind.



The university has one of the biggest and most modern libraries in Poland. In the library students can find specialized for reading rooms where they can be fully dedicated to studying. If student are eager to be involved in any non-class activity, they have a possibility to join about 120 societies, scientific clubs, associations and other academic organizations.


University of Lodz is situated on ul. Prez. Gabriela Narutowicza 68 which is in the center of Lodz. Therefore, it means that the university can be reached my all means of transport.



Considering that the university is located in the center of the city, students have access to all places they need: cafes, restaurants, banks, grocery shops, etc. They can also find several historical places, which express polish culture.

Tenement house of Auerbachów  brothers, Polonia Palast hotel,  park of Stanisław Staszic, and School of the Merchants are beautiful Polish historical places, which students can pass by while going to the university.



Enjoy your Erasmus semester in Poland!










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