The Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw is one of the most frequently chosen public universities in Poland. It is a university with 32 fields of study (at 10 faculties), over 16.000 students, 785 academic teachers, and 1100 administrative staff. The UKSW is a Catholic university due to its roots and current mission. The university declares its attachment to the teaching of the Catholic Church and to the universal values of which it is the keeper. Scientific research and teaching are a part of the thousand years of global tradition of Catholic Universities. Thus, the University shows particular concern about the ethical values and respect for humanity, but at the same time is open to working with students and scientists of other views. Students are offered a selection of courses taught in English in psychology, philosophy, environmental protection. Also, they have the opportunity to go on to over 60 universities in Europe under the Erasmus program. There are numerous student scientific associations and student organizations, student theater and choir. There are sports facilities as well. The university offers an accomodation in the Student Residence in double rooms.