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University of Łódź
Universytet Łódzki
Latin: Universitas Lodziensis
Established May 24, 1945
Rector Włodzimierz Nykiel
Students 42,690
Location Łódź, Poland
Affiliations SOCRATES/ERASMUS [1], TEMPUS, INCO-COPERNICUS, ACE, Jean Monnet,CEEPUS, EUA, AESOP
Website www.uni.lodz.pl/

The University of Łódź was founded May 24, 1945 in Łódź, as a continuation of the achievements and traditions of educational institutions functioning in Łódź in the interwar period - the Teacher Training Institute (1921-1928), the Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences (1924-1928) and a division of the Free Polish University (1928-1939).

Currently it has more than 42 500 students and 3827 teachers.

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Rector

  1. Tadeusz Kotarbiński – 1945-1949
  2. Józef Chałasiński – 1949-1952
  3. Jan Szczepański – 1952-1956
  4. Adam Szpunar – 1956-1962
  5. Stefan Hrabec – 1962-1965
  6. Józef Stanisław Piątowski – 1965-1968
  7. Andrzej Nadolski – 1968-1969
  8. Zdzisław Skwarczyński – 1969-1972
  9. Janusz Górski – 1972-1975
  10. Romuald Skowroński – 1975-1981
  11. Jerzy Wróblewski – 1981-1984
  12. Leszek Wojtczak – 1984-1990
  13. Michał Seweryński – 1990-1996
  14. Stanisław Liszewski – 1996-2002
  15. Wiesław Puś – 2002-2008
  16. Włodzimierz Nykiel - 2008-

Faculties

  • Biology and Environmental Protection
  • Chemistry
  • Economics and Sociology
  • Philology
  • Philosophy and History
  • Physics and Applied Informatics
  • Mathematics and Informatics
  • Geographical Sciences
  • Educational Sciences
  • Law and Administration
  • Management
  • International and Political Studies

Other units

Origins

The University was created after the total destruction of Warsaw, during and after the Warsaw Uprising, and after the expulsion of Poles from Lviv. Later many professors left for Warsaw.

External links

Coordinates: 51°46′18″N 19°28′23″E / 51.77167°N 19.47306°E / 51.77167; 19.47306

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