University of Łódź – Łódź, Poland

Key Facts

  • Number of students enrolled: 37,000 students
  • Academic Year: October – June
  • Language of instruction: English and Polish
  • Partner university website: University of Łódź

Campus activities and events

The International Students Office and students organisations offer incoming students an interesting integration programme which enables them to get to know Poland, Polish history, the city of Łódź, local customs and traditions, as well as make new friends. The programme includes integration trips to different parts of Poland, excursions to cultural spots in the city and the country side, visits to museums and theatres, Christmas and Easter meetings where traditional Polish dishes are served and students can experience how these holidays are celebrated in Poland. Throughout the year the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) also organise meetings, parties and other activities which help incoming students integrate into Polish culture.

Travel and Accommodation

It is recommended that you purchase your flights to Warsaw once you have your Letter of Acceptance. When you arrive at Warsaw Chopin Airport it is recommended to take bus no. 175 or a taxi to Warszawa Centralna Train Station or by bus directly from the Warsaw airport to Lodz. For more information, please visit University of Łódź webpage.

You should only apply to live in an accommodation as an exchange student only after you receive your Letter of Acceptance. Exchange students seeking accommodation  can visit the University of Łódź webpage for more information.

Fees and costs

Whilst studying at University of Łódź, you don’t need to pay any tuition fees. However, some universities charge small fees for the use of facilities such as the Students’ Union. If you have any queries about any these charges, we recommend that you speak directly with the host university. You will be required to pay for the following: accommodation, meal plan, health insurance and books. Students accepted on Erasmus may also be eligible to receive the Erasmus+ grant.