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You cannot consciously stop science in its creativity. It has the dynamics of unstoppable momentum. It has become a passion of a human being, who is a creature with a high forehead. 


prof. Tadeusz Kotarbiński, the first Rector of the University of Lodz



The Faculty of Philology at the University of Lodz cooperates with numerous higher education institutions and scientific research centres in Poland and abroad. It is also an organiser of many international conferences. Scientific category A awarded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in 2017 is a confirmation of high quality of scientific activity of the Faculty. The scientific-didactic personnel consists of: 28 employees with the title of a professor, 119 employees with the degree of doctor habilitatus, 168 employees with the doctoral degree and 64 employees with the MA title.

Cooperation with employers constitutes a significant role in the operation of the Faculty. Education Curricula at the Faculty of Philology are elaborated with taking into consideration the realities of the changing labour market, and their development is preceded by consultations with the business community. 

Academic classes take place in a modern building located in the very centre of academic campus of the University of Lodz, 2 km away from the Łódź Fabryczna Railway Station. Our students have at their disposal, among others, speech therapy rooms, language and translation labs, a cinema room and radio and television studios. 

The Faculty authorities are: Dean – prof. dr hab. Joanna Jabłkowska and Vice-Deans: 

  • dr hab. Artur Gałkowski, prof. of UL, 
  • dr hab. Irena Jaros, prof. of UL, 
  • dr hab. Michał Lachman, prof. of UL, 
  • dr hab. Monika Worsowicz, prof. of UL, 
  • dr hab. Ewa Kobyłecka-Piwońska, prof. of UL 

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Every year we adjust our offer of full-time studies, non-degree postgraduate courses and doctoral schools to the needs of the candidates. We cooperate closely with business, non-governmental organisations and scientific experts. We want the knowledge we provide to find use in the face of challenges that societies are currently facing. 



One should question everything one can question, for this is the only way one can discover the unquestionable. 


Prof. Tadeusz Kotarbiński, the first Rector of the University of Lodz