26 Best universities for Inorganic Chemistry in Poland

Below is the list of best universities in Poland ranked based on their research performance in Inorganic Chemistry. A graph of 233K citations received by 9.57K academic papers made by 26 universities in Poland was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

For Inorganic Chemistry

#1 in Poland
#37 in Europe
#147 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
42,700
Founded
1816

For Inorganic Chemistry

#2 in Poland
#62 in Europe
#235 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
15,903
Male:Female
67:33
Founded
1919

For Inorganic Chemistry

#3 in Poland
#69 in Europe
#249 in the World
Acceptance Rate
75%
Enrollment
27,072
Founded
1826

For Inorganic Chemistry

#4 in Poland
#75 in Europe
#266 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
41,661
Founded
1364

For Inorganic Chemistry

#5 in Poland
#76 in Europe
#268 in the World
Enrollment
1,700
Founded
1944

For Inorganic Chemistry

#6 in Poland
#79 in Europe
#276 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Enrollment
37,013
Founded
1919

For Inorganic Chemistry

#7 in Poland
#88 in Europe
#298 in the World
Acceptance Rate
85%
Enrollment
27,388
Founded
1945

For Inorganic Chemistry

#8 in Poland
#130 in Europe
#421 in the World
Enrollment
25,500
Founded
1702

For Inorganic Chemistry

#9 in Poland
#156 in Europe
#482 in the World
Enrollment
21,738
Founded
1919

For Inorganic Chemistry

#10 in Poland
#190 in Europe
#584 in the World
Enrollment
25,063
Founded
1970

For Inorganic Chemistry

#11 in Poland
#223 in Europe
#673 in the World
Enrollment
23,600
Founded
1904

For Inorganic Chemistry

#12 in Poland
#236 in Europe
#712 in the World
Enrollment
28,900
Founded
1945

For Inorganic Chemistry

#13 in Poland
#237 in Europe
#713 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1968

For Inorganic Chemistry

#14 in Poland
#249 in Europe
#763 in the World
Enrollment
38,000
Founded
1945

For Inorganic Chemistry

#15 in Poland
#281 in Europe
#884 in the World
Enrollment
27,200
Founded
1945

For Inorganic Chemistry

#16 in Poland
#285 in Europe
#897 in the World
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
2009

For Inorganic Chemistry

#17 in Poland
#302 in Europe
#955 in the World
Acceptance Rate
41%
Enrollment
25,000
Founded
1968

For Inorganic Chemistry

#18 in Poland
#362 in Europe
#1223 in the World
Enrollment
12,376
Founded
1945

For Inorganic Chemistry

#19 in Poland
#389 in Europe
#1374 in the World
Enrollment
8,500
Founded
1953

For Inorganic Chemistry

#20 in Poland
#397 in Europe
#1415 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
6,500
Founded
1951

For Inorganic Chemistry

#21 in Poland
#408 in Europe
#1473 in the World
Enrollment
17,700
Founded
1951

For Inorganic Chemistry

#22 in Poland
#409 in Europe
#1475 in the World
Enrollment
34,000
Founded
1949

For Inorganic Chemistry

#23 in Poland
#417 in Europe
#1510 in the World
Enrollment
5,500
Founded
1971

For Inorganic Chemistry

#24 in Poland
#419 in Europe
#1517 in the World
Enrollment
13,160
Founded
1997

For Inorganic Chemistry

#25 in Poland
#429 in Europe
#1555 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
10,300
Founded
1994

For Inorganic Chemistry

#26 in Poland
#440 in Europe
#1604 in the World
Enrollment
11,653
Founded
1947

The best cities to study Inorganic Chemistry in Poland based on the number of universities and their ranks are Warsaw, Poznan, Krakow, and Lublin.