Founded in 1997, University of Lower Silesia (ULS)
,located in Wroclaw, Poland, has established a distinct identity as a private institution of higher learning that promotes novel approaches to learning and forges research links on the national and international level.
In addition to high-quality students, the school has attracted accomplished academic researchers and professors of education and the social sciences who have helped build the first-rate academic reputation of the school.
In the fifteen years of the school's existence, the student body has grown from 368 to almost 8,000 students who are served by a full-time academic staff of over 200 scholars.
ULS currently offers degree programs in education, special-needs education, international relations, journalism, national security, philosophy, cultural studies and cultural anthropology or technical science.