In September 2001 classes will begin at Drexel University in Warsaw. This University, the first American University in Central Europe, is a branch campus of Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Drexel University, established in 1891 as a private, non-sectarian institution, with time has achieved the highest standards of research and instruction. It is organized on the cooperative plan of education in which students alternate periods of work and study and so are workforce-ready when they graduate. Its curriculum of engineering is among the top fifty in the USA. The graduate program in the field of Information Systems, to be offered in Warsaw, was ranked by the U.S. News and World Report as the best one in the USA.
Programs offered at Drexel University in Warsaw are identical with those on the campus in Philadelphia. These courses are fully accredited by appropriate academic institutions in the USA and graduating students will receive standard American degrees. Steps have been taken to obtain permission from the Polish Ministry of National Education to provide graduates with Polish higher education degrees as well.
Classes will start at Drexel University in Warsaw already in September 2001
and will be conducted in English by professors from Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Drexel University in Warsaw is being established in cooperation with the Polish Academy of Sciences. The annual tuition for the University is $10,000 and estimated cost of living in Warsaw ranges between $500-$600 per month including room and board. The Drexel University in Warsaw will assist its students with finding accommodations in the vicinity of the school. Applications for academic year 2001-2002 are accepted until March 20, 2001 in our office in Poland. You may find more information on Drexel campus in Warsaw on our website www.drexel.edu.pl
Drexel University office in Poland:
Palac Kultury i Nauki
XXI pietro, pokoj 2107
tel. 022-656-6077, tel./fax 022-620-6649