1. It's not my claim but the claim of Wikipedia.
As a man of historic knowledge and education, you should know how to use Wikipedia wisely, instead of blindly copying and pasting information which is incomplete or simply false in case of Poland.
By those 3 Polish universities you probably meant:
You cleverly omitted the one in Breslau, which was founded in 1700s and is described by your Wiki source as located in Poland. However, you knew that it was founded by Germans so it is unjust to ascribe it to Poles.
However, if you were so clever with Breslau, why didn`t you count universities which were founded and run by Poles for centuries but according to your Wiki link, are located in different countries today, Lithuania and Ukraine?
I mean these:
Don`t you agree it makes 5 and not 3 as you said? I claim you provided false info that is why I called you a liar.
Well, yes, it is still a small number compared with Italy, France, Germany or Spain, but it is not so bad, after all.
=Palivec]2. Academies are no universities. Looks like stupidity rules in this forum.
3. the university of Warsaw was established after the Polish partitions.
OK, I am not going to defend these points. :):):)