Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences

Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (WUELS) is a well-recognised scientific and educational centre, is the only agricultural university in the south-west of Poland. The WUELS employs about 1,500 people, (160 full and associate professors). Full and part-time students (11,000) are offered a wide range of degree courses in agriculture and related areas.
In 1990 the WUELS joined the TEMPUS programme in collaboration with other Polish and European universities. In the years 1999 and 2000 the WUELS became a partner institution in 3 networks within the framework of the CEEPUS programme.
Research projects carried out at the WUELS are financially supported by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research (KBN), industry, local government and international foundations. The results obtained in these projects are published in scientific journals in Poland and abroad. A number of international conferences are held at the WUELS every year. Many researchers are members of prestigious international organisations.
The WUELS possesse over 100 facilities, including a modern sports centre. In addition WUELS provides accommodation in dormitories for 1800 students.
Every year, about 100 research projects financed from grants and ca. 100 commissioned projects are carried out. The results are published in as many as 2000 publications, a fifth of them in international journals. The WUELS is an organiser of international congresses and scientific conferences.
The Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences has signed bilateral agreements with 52 universities in different parts of the world. The WUELS participates in the Socrates/Erasmus, CEEPUS, Leonardo da Vinci, COST and 5th and 6th EU Framework programmes.
The University guarantees intellectual adventure, adapts to the needs of the job market, and gives students the opportunity to study and intern abroad, as well as conduct advanced research under the supervision of top scientists. As one of the most prestigious colleges in Poland, its graduates are highly sought after by employers. In fact, managers and specialists of big Polish companies are often graduates themselves.

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