- 12,500 Students
- Public Institution Type
The Faculty of Agriculture provided the basis for the Agricultural College in Krakow founded in 1953 and played a crucial role in educating students and researchers who greatly contributed to the University development and creating the other faculties within its structure.
University of Agriculture in Krakow welcomes all students and offers full study programmes taught in English on three levels: Bachelor, Master and PhD (individual course of study). Our programmes are developed with a view to educating specialists in life sciences for the needs of labour market.
Ministry of Science and Higher Education; Polish Accreditation Committee
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