University of Life Sciences in Lublin

Lublin, Poland
The University of Life Sciences in Lublin is a multi-profile higher education institution, which integrates a wide range of agricultural, biological, veterinary, technical and socioeconomic sciences.

About

History

The University traditions date back to 1944, when the first four Faculties were created at the recently established Maria Curie-Sk?odowska University in Lublin: Medical, Life Sciences, Agricultural and Veterinary. Among the sequentially-formed faculties, in 1953 the Department of Animal Husbandry began its operations.

Education

The University of Life Sciences in Lublin conforms to the principles of the Bologna Process and provides education in each of the three stages of study. It also conducts postgraduate and refresher courses.

There are more than 10 thousand students in full-time and part-time studies of the first and second cycle of studies as well as comprehensive master’s studies. The educational offer includes several courses and specializations. The number of university graduates has exceeded 60 thousand.

Research

Research, which is conducted, by scientific institutions at the University of Life Sciences in Lublin in the laboratories, clinics, experimental and private farms represents a valuable contribution to the development of agricultural and veterinary sciences. Numerous publications in reputable national and international scientific journals reflect the value of scientific achievements. Expanded cooperation with the business sector (manufacturing plants, meat processing plants, sugar refineries, breweries, etc.) results in a large number of reported and obtained patents, utility models and implementations.

Master's Programmes

Medicine & Health (1)

Other Degrees