Our academic facilities, dormitories, sports centre (with a swimming pool, sports halls, fitness area and climbing wall), student clubs, bookshop and library are located in one campus, suitably located near the city centre. There is no need to commute from place to place. All your needs are catered for in our beautiful and modern campus. The Branch in Jelenia Góra has a separate faculty campus.


Our students and academics are provided with a modern, well-equipped base of didactic, research, and recreational facilities in 20 educational and administration buildings (in Wrocław and Jelenia Góra), with a total of 40 lecture halls and 100 spacious and modern auditorium and workshop rooms. Overall capacity of our educational base reaches nearly 8 thousand seats. Research and education of the Wrocław University of Economics is supplemented by dedicated organizational units, such as the Main Library, the Department of Foreign Languages, the Department of Physical Education and Sports, the Computer Centre and the University Publishing House.


Most of the buildings are adjusted for needs of disabled persons. Classes for groups including disabled students are organised in the most convenient locations.Within the frame of the Department of Physical Education and Sports there operates the Centre of Sport and Rehabilitation for Disabled People.

MAIN LIBRARY (opening hours)

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logo_en_200The Main Library of the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business offers employees, students and all interested parties full access to the Library collections, electronic resources and wireless Internet as well as comprehensive scientific and business information. In the Open Access Area, registered readers can browse collections on the spot or borrow them using self-service lending machines or in the Lending Room. Books may be returned 24/7 by means of a book drop located outside the main entrance to the Library in Wielka Street. The Scientific Information Department (OIN) provides assistance in searching for information, using databases, searching for subject-related literature etc.
European Documentation Centre which is located in Scientific Information Reading Room (building W, 1st floor, room 110) offers over 1000 books and journals on European integration, education, social and regional policy, agriculture, environment, energy and transport, as well as statistical publications and bibliographies, supplemented by information booklets and European guides.
Our collections consist mostly of sources and literature from the area of economic sciences:

  • printed books and periodicals,
  • journals and books in online access,
  • databases.
You are more than welcome to use the collection of our Library in buildings U and W! First you should register on-line. A registration form is available by an icon in the right upper part of the screen after entering the library catalogue. While filling in the form pay special attention to all the fields marked with a red dot – they are obligatory. After filling in and sending the form it is necessary to turn to the Lending Room within 14 days since the remote registration, to activate an account.
If you need more help, the Library staff will give you all the necessary instructions how to efficiently use our resources.



The University Publishing House was set up in 1955. Activities of the unit are supervised by the Publishing Committee of the University’s Senate, elected to shape publishing policy of the school. The main task of the publishing house is to provide handbooks and printed material for students and to publish and disseminate intellectual efforts of our academic community. Subjects represented in the publishing policy correspond to the disciplines of interest of the University chairs and institutes. General characteristics of our publications are as follows:

All our publications undergo a review process. The annual output of the publishing house amounts to ca. 100 publications, roughly 7 million characters. The high factual and technical standard of our publications has been confirmed by numerous awards granted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.



The department offers regular courses of physical education as well as supplementary sports training, recreation, and rehabilitation for students and employees of the University. Our activities are organized with support from the University Club of the Academic Sports Association. At present, we offer courses and training on 20 sports disciplines, such as: aerobics, badminton, basketball, volleyball, handball, football, swimming, athletics, table tennis, unihockey, rock climbing, ballroom dance, tennis, biking (tourist), triathlon, horse riding, track and field, skiing, snowboard, and skating.
The University Club of the Academic Sports Association sponsors the training of our professional table tennis team, with players in the major league and first national league. In the season of 2012/2013, the women’s team of the Wrocław University of Economics ranked second in the national team championship.
Each year, the University Club organizes a “Sports Ball” venue to reward sporting achievements of our graduates.

You can contact us via our homepage at http//


The main student canteen is placed in building D and offers hot meals for lunches (approximately 12 PLN), snacks, hot and cold drinks. Other Cafeteria IS situated in building P (“Bazylia”).


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