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University of Lower Silesia

The University of Lower Silesia (known in Polish as Dolnoslaska Szkola Wyzsza, or DSW) is a young dynamic institution of higher education in the city of Wroclaw, the capital of the region of Lower Silesia in the southwest of Poland. Founded in 1997 by the Association for the Advancement of Education, ULS is a non-profit private education and research institution with a strong commitment to public service in the city and the region, and to forging research links on the national and international level. ULS is one of the best-known private Polish universities in the area of education, and is steadily expanding its offerings in the social sciences and humanities.

In addition to high-quality students, the school has attracted accomplished academic researchers and professors of education and the social sciences who have helped build the sterling academic reputation of the school. We currently offer degree program in education, international relations, journalism, philosophy, cultural studies and cultural anthropology.

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Directions to ULS

ULS is easily accessible from the center of Wrocław by public transportation. Our campus is near the bus stop (served by lines 142, 132, 149, 139, 406, and 409), as well as the tram stop (served by line 23). Please visit the map of our area for further information.