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Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań is the major academic institution in Poznań and one of the top Polish universities. Its reputation is founded on tradition, the outstanding achievements of the faculty and the attractive curriculum offered to students. In addition to its facilities in Poznaã, it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Piâa and Sâubice/Franfurt-Oder. The University currently employs nearly 3,000 teaching staff, including 264 tenured professors, 439 associate professors and 1617 adjunct professors with the Ph.D. title and senior lecturers. The University was founded in 1919 and currently its student population is nearly 49 000 students (over 1000 are international students). Students may choose between 180 possible professional specialisations. In recent years the educational offer has become increasingly diverse. New educational projects include: integrated studies in humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and program carried out in cooperation with other institutions both in Poland and abroad. (Source: the university’s website)

Degree Courses Taught in English: Yes
Online/Distance courses offered: TBC
Bachelors Course Duration: Semesters (6) Years (3)
Masters Course Duration: Semesters (4) Years (2)

For most courses none are required, however the following programmes do require languages:

European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation requires Polish at the B1 level.
English and Polish Translation requires Polish at the B1 level.
European Masters Programme: Crossways in Cultural Narratives €3500/year requires two European languages.
European Master in Classical Cultures EMCC, requires Knowledge of Ancient Greek or Latin.
Conference Interpreting Polish–English–French–German requires fluency in 2 languages.
Dutch studies requires Dutch knowledge.
Translation: Polish-English-French-German requires fluency in 2 languages.

IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 570/230 min required.

Polish Studies (Philology) course requires Polish at the B1 level

Masters Registration fee: €85.
European Masters: Enrolment fee €130.
Application Processing Fee: €50.

International Master Programme in Chemistry, SERP-Chem: €2500/year.
European Master’s in Human Rights and Democratisation: 1 year, 60 credit, €4000/year.
European Masters Programme: Crossways in Cultural Narratives €3500/year.
English and Celtic Studies: €4500/year
European Masters in Science of Performative Creativity (MSPC): €3000/ year.
Chemistry: €3800/ year.
Biotechnology: No tuition fee, but check your eligibility.

Poland is a modern and dynamic member of the European Union where education really counts. If you wish to learn more about our long and rich tradition of university education, which offers opportunities for young people aspiring to get a European degree recognised throughout the world, then you are invited to study in Poland.

Poland’s University traditions are among the oldest in Europe. In 1364, King Casimir the Great established the Cracow Academy, known today as Jagiellonian University. At the moment, our higher education system is developing rapidly and Poland is fourth in Europe (after the United Kingdom, Germany and France) in terms of the number of people studying at university.

The total student population at over 400 university-level schools is almost 2 million. Polish universities offer over 200 first-rate fields of study as an integral part of the European Higher Education Area, where the level of tuition fees compares favourably with other EU countries.

Poland plays an active part in the Bologna Process thanks to the introduction of a three-stage education and the European Credit Transfer System. Foreigners studying in Poland can easily continue their education elsewhere in the European Union. Foreign students coming to Poland can expect an attractive and diversified educational range, which meets high European standards – they can study medicine, biotechnology and engineering, but also art and business. Their graduation diploma is recognised in Europe and elsewhere.

Additionally, the Polish higher education system is well developed. The quality of the education provided is monitored and regularly evaluated, by the main Polish institutions in charge of quality assurance in higher education, whom are: the Polish Accreditation Committee, the General Council of Higher Education and the Conference of Rectors of the Academic Schools in Poland.

There are over 5,000 courses available in Poland and each one of them has had to gain the “Polish Accreditation Committee’s” approval. Among them there are a number of fields of study that have received the grade, “Excellent”. The list of excellent fields of study is available at the Polish Accreditation Committee website.

Also by studying in Poland you can benefit from competitive costs of living and studying. Compared to other EU countries, the tuition fees in Poland are really competitive and the costs of living are a fraction of what a foreign student would have to spend in other European cities.

(Source: Ministry of Science and Higher Education,