1st and 2nd degree Studies


Bachelor degree (first level)

[studenci-wykład 132] WULS – SGGW is a modern university that offers two-tiered education system.

The range of the academic programs is systematically enlarged and currently includes 31 majors. Depending on the major, baccalaureate programs are 3 to 3.5 years in duration, and Master’s programs are an additional 1.5 to 2 years. Bachelors have an opportunity to continue in Master’s programs, either in the same, or a different field. This offers an opportunity to change  one’s specialization after the baccalaureate, and to complete  two diplomas in two distinct areas.

WULS – SGGW recognizes the ECTS system. Therefore, national and international student exchanges are possible. On the national level, the University coordinates the MOST-AR programme. Within this program, from their junior year on, students may transfer for defined periods to other academic institutions in Poland. Individual programs of study for transfer students are coordinated by the Deans of both institutions.

Recruitment at – www.kandydat.sggw.pl

Master studies (second level)

In 2002, WULS – SGGW introduced the two-tiered system, as per the Bologna Declaration.

Depending on the major, baccalaureate programs are 3 to 3.5 years in duration, and Master’s programs are an additional 1.5 to 2 years. Baccalaureate graduates have an opportunity to continue in master’s programs, either in the same or a different field. This offers an opportunity to change one’s specialization after the baccalaureate, and to complete two diplomas in two distinct areas The program of international summer student exchanges for practical training in agriculture is very active. Every year, about 500 students travel to Great Britain, Norway, The Netherlands and United States of America. These training sessions range in duration from three months to a year, and tend to be focused on agriculture, horticulture and animal science.

Full-time Master studies
Civil Engineering
Economics
Finance and Accounting
Regional Development
Forestry
Informatics
Informatics and Econometrics
Logistics
Environmental Protection
Horticulture
Pedagogy
Agriculture
Sociology
Agricultural and Forestry Engineering
Wood Technology
Food Technology and Human Nutrition (at the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science)
Food Technology and Human Nutrition (at the Faculty of Food Sciences)
Commodity Science
Tourism and recreation
Management and Production Engineering
Management
Animal Science
Veterinary Medicine: Graduate studies (5,5 year studies)

Extramural Studies
Civil Engineering
Economics
Informatics
Informatics and Econometrics
Finance and Accounting
Forestry
Environmental Protection
Horticulture
Agriculture
Sociology
Agricultural and Forestry Engineering
Food Technology and Human Nutrition (at the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science)
Food Technology and Human Nutrition (at the Faculty of Food Sciences)
Commodity Science
Tourism and recreation
Management and Production Engineering
Management
Animal Science

Evening studies:
Wood Technology: Graduate studies