You may choose one of 9 programmes we offer:
Yes. In order for your application to be processed please ensure that your name and date of birth are the same on every document you provide. If you believe that your name does not match both your application and other documents, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with accurate information.
Because University of Life Sciences is a public institution, international students are generally ineligible for need and merit based financial aid. Our tuition has remained frozen at current rates for the past four years.
Please find more information about tuition fees here:
Veterinary Medicine programme: https://up.lublin.pl/en/admission/master-programmes/
Bachelor’s programmes: https://up.lublin.pl/en/admission/bachelor-programmes/
Master’s programmes: https://up.lublin.pl/en/admission/master-programmes/
Various programmes allow students to complete a study period at a Polish or foreign University without any additional administrative costs. For more information, please visit: https://up.lublin.pl/en/student/erasmus/erasmus-student/
A definitive transfer to a different university requires you to submit your application to the other university by the appropriate deadline.
Students who are registered for classes at the University of Life Sciences may live in University Dormitories.
Each foreign student (who starts studying in English) will receive a set consisting of: an electric kettle, saucepan, frying pan, plates, cups, glasses, forks, spoons and knives.
You must take all other items at your own discretion. Remember that in winter the temperature in Poland can drop to -10-20 degrees Celsius, so you will need warm winter clothes.
Each room has a refrigerator that meets our safety and capacity requirements for this item.
Small electrical appliances, such as coffee makers and multicookers, are allowed in student rooms as long as the heating element is completely enclosed.
No one is required to live in University Dormitories at any time, but we encourage first-year students to reside in dormitories, because it will help them get used to the new schedule and environment faster.
Students who do not have an accepted roommate request will be assigned with a roommate, unless they indicated that they wanted to live in a single room.
University Dormitories strive to provide a safe environment. However, as with any community with a large number of people, it’s best to take precautions such as locking doors and making sure your personal items are covered by insurance policy.
Yes, leaving belongings in your room is allowed for all breaks except summer.
Students are able to remain in their assigned space at no additional charge for all breaks (fall, Christmas, winter and spring break).
No. All University Dormitories are non-smoking. Please note E-cigarettes or any other device used to vaporize or atomize a nicotine based or non-nicotine based liquid solution to the smoking materials are not permitted in University Dormitories.
There are laundry rooms in each Dormitory. All washers in University Dormitories are front-load high-efficiency machines that maximize load size and conserve water and energy use.
Your room is your responsibility. You are required to clean your room before check-out at the end of the academic year. Mops, brooms, and vacuum cleaners are available at each Dormitory. We encourage students to clean their rooms on a regular basis.
Each Dormitory has 2 kitchens on each floor available for residents to do limited amounts of cooking.
The number of single rooms is very limited, and students currently living in University Dormitories have first priority for assignment to these rooms.
Please contact Student Dormitories Office for questions regarding your room and/or roommates.
Magdalena Hetman, MSc – Student Dormitories Coordinator
No pets are allowed in University Dormitories.
The University does not assume responsibility for the loss of money or valuables, damage to property, or injuries on the premises. If you are not covered under your parent/guardian’s insurance policy, we strongly recommend you make arrangements for insurance protection against such losses.