is an internationally-oriented private institution with over 4500 students from all over the world. The university was founded in 1993, and from its inception it has placed a high value on creating an educational program that emphasizes quality and practicability first and foremost.
The university has both English and Polish-language programs and offers degrees in Law, Administration, Management, Accounting and Finance, Economics, and International Relations. Within each program, students may also choose from a variety of specializations, such as Criminal Law or Civil Law, European Administration, Travel and Tourism Management, E-Business and Innovation, Business Economics, and others. The degrees are administered through two faculties: the Faculty of Law and Administration, and the Faculty of Economics and Management. The university also has a Center for Postgraduate Education which offers specialized training courses for professionals in various areas, ranging from environmental protection, to film and television production, to human resource management.
Łazarski University has also founded three research institutes, The Institute for Self-Government Research, The US Economy and Transatlantic Relations Institute, as well as The Institute of Civic Space and Public Policy, which are dedicated to producing high-quality and meaningful scholarship. Łazarski also has its own publishing house, which publishes books and manuscripts, as well as two quarterly jounrnals - Ius Novum, and Myśl Ekonomiczna i Polityczna (or Political and Economic Thought) - which are available throughout Poland.
In addition to developing an innovative curriculum and encouraging valuable research, Łazarski has also built a strong international profile. It has signed bilateral agreements with over seventy-five universities from around the world, and has partnered with the Coventry University in Great Britain to create double-degree programs in English. The quality and scope of these programs has attracted students from all over, and as of 2011 more than eighty percent of English-language students at Łazarski are foreign-born. The university's International Help Desk, Department for Internship and Job Placement, Accommodations Department, as well as numerous student initiatives also make sure that these foreigners are taken care of and feel at home while studying in Poland.
The result of these efforts has been to build a university that is dynamic, modern, and open to the changes and transformations that are taking place today. It is a university that encourages diversity, focuses on helping students build strong careers, and encourages innovation and excellence.
Studying at Lazarski University means studying at one of the most prestigious universities in Poland. We are an internationally-oriented institution with over 4500 students.
Our Faculty of Law and Administration has been ranked number one among non-public universities for five years in a row according to "Dziennik Gazeta Prawna", a leading legal newspaper, and the university overall places consistantly in the top five among non-public universities in rankings published by "Rzeczpospolita" and "Perspektywy" magazine.
In addition to developing an innovative curriculum and encouraging valuable research, Lazarski has also built a strong international profile. It has signed bilateral agreements with over seventy-five universities from around the world, and has partnered with Coventry University in Great Britain to create four double-degree programs in English.
The quality and scope of our programs has attracted students from all over, and as of 2011 more than 80 percent of English-language students at Lazarski are foreign-born. Our university's Student Help Desk, Department for Internship and Job Placement, Accommodations Department, as well as numerous other university departments are there to make sure foreign students are taken care of and feel at home while studying in Poland.