In the Perspektywy University Ranking 2023 Jagiellonian University in Krakow shares the top place ex aequo with the University of Warsaw; on the third place is the Warsaw University of Technology while the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan shares the 4th place with the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
The conference "Foreign students in Poland 2022", organized for the 15th time as part of the "Study in Poland" program - run jointly by the "Perspektywy" Education Foundation and the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP) - was originally intended to answer the question of how the internationalization of Polish universities will be influenced by digitization, accelerated so dramatically by the pandemic. However, during the two-day meeting (March 31 – April1, 2022),, hosted by the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, the most important topic was the war in Ukraine caused by Russian aggression and its consequences for the internationalization of Polish and world higher education.
How to get to the top of the "glass mountain" of international rankings, as well as the European and global dimension of the functioning of Polish universities, was discussed during the 5th Conference "Polish Universities in the World Perspective - Rankings and Strategic Management of a University", which took place on July 15th and 16th in Warsaw at the Crowne Plaza hotel. It was emphasized that improving the position in the rankings is not an end to itself, but an element of building the international visibility of Polish universities, which will translate into an increase in the quality of research and education.
The European Ranking of Engineering Programs, in short EngiRank, published December 9, 2020 in Warsaw, Poland, is a pilot version of a ranking that relies on indicators important for education of competent and creative engineers who are aware of the social consequences of their actions. Importantly, EngiRank is a genuine ranking, and not an “extract” derived from the overall university ranking. The pilot ranking covers higher education institutions and engineering programs in 13 countries of the so-called New Europe, countries that joined the European Union on or after 2004.