Poznań University of Life Sciences

Poznań University of Life Sciences


Poznań University of Life Sciences

International Student Advisor for MSc courses

Office of Studies and Student Affairs

ul. Wojska Polskiego 28

60-637 Poznań, Poland

Office 112, Collegium Maximum, 1st floor

phone 0048 61 846 6716; 0048 61 846 7011
email mscinfo@up.poznan.pl
www puls.edu.pl/en/
Online Recruitment System

Poznań University of Life Sciences takes a leading position in rankings of universities of life sciences and agri-education in Poland.

Our beginnings date back to the year 1870 and up until today we considerably contribute to the development of the Greater Poland region and Poland.

At present we have over 10 000 students and over 820 academic teachers, including 186 professors. Our eight Faculties offer a wide scope of education within 30 fields of study and over 20 specializations taught in Polish language.

Green University

Our university is called a ‘green’ university’, close to nature, ecology and environmental management.

A comprehensive approach to education is reflected in our care for a high level of specialization in scientific disciplines.

Diverse and modern infrastructure in the form of lecture halls, laboratories and workrooms is used for teaching as well as scientific and research purposes.

We offer an excellent experimental and research base in the form of 12 experimental agricultural farms and forestry stations.

These facilities offer a platform for research, teaching and practice to meet and cooperate.

We offer 8 postgraduate courses taught in English ending with a title Master of Science  in following fields: agri-food sector economics, horticulture, food science and nutrition, forestry, animal science, wood technology, veterinary medicine or environmental engineering.

Master’s degree programs offered by our University are closely connected to the scientific activities of our staff in each of our research units. The curricula of these second-cycle studies were designed to explore the areas in which extensive scientific research is conducted. Each program includes the individual student’s research project, carried out under the supervision of a staff member – a scientist acting as the promoter of the master’s thesis required to obtain the degree.

Access to the second-cycle studies is open to all graduates of first cycle studies, as well as holders of an equivalent of a BSc degree.

All of our graduates are equipped with an in-depth knowledge of their respective field, as well as research and management skills. Master’s degree holders can also enter doctoral programs (third-cycle studies).

Facts & figures

Facts and figures:

  • established in 1870
  • 30 fields of study
  • over 10 000 students and 820 academic teachers
  • 8 postgraduate courses taught in English