Located in the capital of Poland, University of Warsaw is the best and largest institution of higher education in Poland. Each year, the University provides education to approximately 55,000 students. Candidates are offered a broad range of courses in the fields of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, as well as many interdisciplinary courses combining knowledge and skills of many disciplines. The leading concepts of the University’s activity are the unity of teaching and research, and the harmonious development of all branches of knowledge represented in its curriculum. The University of Warsaw community includes 3,000 foreigners: students, doctoral students, employees and grantees of, among others, the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus programmes.
The Master Programme in Humanitarian Action is run jointly by the Faculty of Law and Administration and the Institute of International Relations, both offering their expertise in different aspects of the humanitarian action, in particular international law, civil protection and international security. NOHA University of Warsaw is closely cooperating with many stakeholders from the humanitarian sector in Poland, including Polish Humanitarian Action, Polish Red Cross and the Department of Development Co-operation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.