The University of Lodz was established in 1945 and has long been one of the biggest and most popular universities in Poland. The 12 faculties and a branch unit of the University provide programmes in 100 fields of study and 160 specializations. In addition, the University offers several doctoral programmes, and more than 50 postgraduate study programmes (including an MBA programme).
The University has 10 dormitories with a capacity of over 4,000, which are situated in a wide campus area called Lumumbowo, packed with greenery and resembling a park. The university campus offers modern rooms within walking distance of most faculty buildings.The sports facilities include: a multi-purpose sports field / tennis court (15 x 45 metres), basketball court (19 x 32 metres), and volleyball / badminton court (15 x 24 metres). There are also board game tables. Overall, the sports field complex is a space of 57 x 46 metres. It is fenced and lighted and features video surveillance.
International students who wish to study in Poland and want to avoid the costs of education can apply for various scholarships which either exempt them from paying a tuition fee or serve as financial support in covering their living expenses in Lodz. More information is at the Scholarships section of the school's website.