Welcome to the Candidate's Zone! If you are already here, you probably want to get to know us better. Well, let’s start from the basics then. We are a young university – we were founded on May 24, 1945 in the heart of Poland. Despite such a young age (for a higher education institution) we belong to the largest universities in the country.
What makes us stand out? Creative approach to education, openness to everything that is new and not obvious, and bold striving for innovative solutions. All these things are possible thanks to our amazing community that consists of 26 000 students and PhD students and nearly 4 000 employees.
Want to explore, delve, change the surrounding reality?
I love sports! More specifically – I love volleyball. I have been training it from the first year at the Academic Sports Club. The coach is great, sports hall is flawless, I recommend it to all sports fans!
There is a lot of competition in the labour market. Apart from studies you need to have some experience and additional trainings. That is when it is worth using the assistance of the Career Office – they are great and…
You hear about mentoring mainly in corporations, so it came as a surprise to me that I could participate in one at the UL. I am extremely satisfied with my mentor. A huge plus for UniLodz!
Good projects, working experience, great people and realizing your interests – that is the shortest way to describe Student Science Clubs. I have joined one and never regretted it. Developmental thing!
Student Research Grants is a programme supporting scientific development and I really appreciate the fact I could take part in it. I put a lot of work in my research project and I'm really glad it was funded by UniLodz
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Every year we adjust our offer of full-time studies, non-degree postgraduate courses and doctoral schools to the needs of the candidates. We cooperate closely with business, non-governmental organisations and scientific experts. We want the knowledge we provide to find use in the face of challenges that societies are currently facing.
One should question everything one can question, for this is the only way one can discover the unquestionable.