Recruitment

In the academic year 2020/2021, Warsaw University of Life Sciences offered 40 interesting study programmes to its prospective students.

 

The most popular programmes for the 2021/2022 were:

  • Computer science – 6.9 people per place
  • Finance and accounting – 6.4 people per place
  • Veterinary medicine – 5.0 people per place
  • Management – 4.6 people per place
  • Logistics – 4.6 people per place
  • Economics – 4.3 people per place

The most popular programmes for the 2020/2021 academic year were:

  • Finance and accounting – 6.6 people per place
  • Computer science – 5.6 people per place
  • Nutrition studies – 5.5 people per place
  • Veterinary medicine – 5.5 people per place
  • Management – 5.0 people per place
  • Logistics – 5.0 people per place
  • Economics – 4.1 people per place
  • Biotechnology – 4.0 people per place
  • Tourism and recreation – 3.9 people per place

The most popular programmes for the 2019/2020 academic year were:

  • Finance and accounting – 7.8 people per place
  • Computer science – 5.3 people per place
  • Logistics – 5.3 people per place
  • Tourism and recreation – 5.1 people per place
  • Management – 4.9 people per place
  • Nutrition studies- 4.8 people per place
  • Economy – 4.4 people per place
  • Veterinary medicine – 4.3 people per place
  • Biotechnology – 4.0 people per place
  •  The most popular programmes for the 2018/2019 academic year were:

    • Finance and accounting – 9.5 people per place
    • Nutrition studies – 7.1 people per place
    • Logistics – 6.9 people per place
    • Tourism and recreation – 6.9 people per place
    • Veterinary medicine – 6.2 per place
    • Computer Science – 6.2 people per place
    • Biotechnology – 5.3 people per place

     The most popular programmes for the 2017/2018 academic year were:

    • Finance and accounting – 8.6 people per place
    • Tourism and recreation – 8.2 people per place
    • Nutritionist – 7.8 people per place
    • Logistics – 7.3 people per place
    • Computer science – 6.7 people per place
    • Veterinary medicine – 6.5 people per place
    • Management – 5.0 people per place
    • Biotechnology – 4.8 people per place
    • Economics – 4.6 people per place

    The most popular programmes for the 2016/2017 academic year were:

    • Nutrition studies- 10.2 people per place
    • Finance and Accounting – 9.4 people per place
    • Logistics – 7.0 people per place
    • Veterinary medicine – 6.6 people per place
    • Computer science – 5.3 people per place
    • Construction – 5.0 people per place
    • Management – 5.0 people per place

    The most popular programmes for the 2015/2016 academic year were:


    • Nutrition studies – 10.2 people per place
    • Finance and Accounting – 9.9 people per place
    • Veterinary medicine- 6.8 people per place
    • Logistics – 6.2 people per place
    • Economics – 5.9 people per place
    • Biotechnology – 5.0 people per place
    • Computer science – 4.7 people per place
    • Management – 4.1 people per place
    • Renewable Energy Technologies – 4.1 people per place

     The most popular programmes for the 2014/2015 academic year were:

    • Finance and Accounting – 10.1 people per place
    • Nutrition studies – 9.0 people per place
    • Logistics – 6.9 people per place
    • Economics – 5.9people per place
    • Spatial Economy – 5.6 people per place
    • Biotechnology – 5.4 people per place
    • Renewable Energy Technologies – 4.2 people per place
    • Computer Science – 4.0 people per place

     The most popular programmes for the 2013/2014 academic year were:

    • Finance and accounting – 10 people per place
    • Nutrition studies – 7.7 people per place
    • Biotechnology – 7.1 people per place
    • Logistics – 6.9 people per place
    • Veterinary medicine – 6.7 people per place
    • Spatial management – 6.5 people per place
    • Renewable energy technology – 5.3 people per place
    • Economics – 5.1people per place
    • Construction – 4.5 people per place
    • Computer science – 4.4 people per place

      The average for all study programmes was 3.3 people per place

      The most popular programmes for the 2012/2013 academic year were:

      • Finance and accounting – 9.9 per place,
      • Veterinary medicine (master’s degree) – 9.0 per place,
      • Nutritionist – 8.5 people per place,
      • Spatial management – 8.4 per place,
      • Biotechnology – 7.9 per place,
      • Logistics – 6.7 per place.

      The average for all study programmes was 4.4 per place.

       The most popular programmes for the 2011/2012 academic year were:

      • Finance and accounting – 11.0 per place,
      • Spatial management – 10.1 per place,
      • Nutritionist – 9.7 people per place,
      • Veterinary medicine– 9,4 per place,
      • Biotechnology – 8.6 per place,

      The average for all study programmes was 5.0 per place.

      The most popular programmes for the 2010/2011 academic year were:

      • Spatial management – 15.4 people per place
      • Nutrition science – 10.4 people per place
      • Veterinary medicine – 9,8 people per place
      • Finance and accounting – 9.6 people per place
      • Biotechnology – 8.7 people per place

        The average for all study programmes was 6.0 people per place

        Number of 1st cycle programmes graduates:
        • 2012: 902 full-time graduates and 603 part-time graduates. A total of 1505 graduates.
        • 2011: 836 full-time graduates and 663 part-time graduates. A total of 1499 graduates.
        • 2010: 837 full-time graduates and 753 part-time graduates. A total of 1590 graduates.

         

        The Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) also runs:

        • studies in English
        • doctoral studies
        • postgraduate studies
        • MBA studies
        • e-studies
        • MostAR inter-university studies
        • Open University
        • Third Age University

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