The Collegium Polonicum is an academic centre established by the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (AMU) and the European University Viadrina (EUV) in Frankfurt/Oder. As a unique institution in Europe it has enjoyed vibrant academic and student life for the last 20 years, fitting in perfectly with the aims and objects of both universities.
The excellent conditions provided for conducting scientific research and educational activities, as well as the opening of the border between Poland and Germany have set new, important tasks and challenges for the Collegium Polonicum. It has developed from a cross-border institution into a European institute. It educates specialists to work across a wide spectrum of society, especially science, culture and the European economy and it prepares its students to work in the competitive global jobs’ market.
The Collegium also offers many continuing education programmes, new post-graduate courses and training courses organised by the Collegium Polonicum Foundation, which provide citizens region-wide opportunities for lifelong learning. The Collegium is also engaged in the provision of information, publications and cultural activities.
The Collegium Polonicum provides over 1500 students with opportunities to undertake various degree programmes at bachelor and master’s level. Students are able to study full-time and part-time subjects in sciences and the humanities. Many programmes are either joint Polish-German courses or focus on Polish-German issues in a European context, and their graduates receive a Polish-German double diploma.
Full-time Bachelor's and Master's degrees
- Bachelor and Master of German and Polish Law (EUV+AMU)
- Protection of the Environment (AMU)
- National Security (AMU)
- German Philology (EUV+AMU)
- Master of Intercultural Communication (course taught in German and English) (EUV+AMU)
- Polish studies for international students (AMU)
- Master's degree in the Preservation of European Cultural Heritage (course taught in German) (EUV)
- Postgraduate Programme of the European Projects (course taught in Polish) (AMU)
- Postgraduate Programme for Teachers of Social Studies and Modern History (course taught in Polish) (AMU)
Applications for individual courses should be submitted to the University indicated in brackets. Further information can be obtained from the Collegium Polonium Student Affairs Department:
tel. (+48) 95 7592492
Student Halls of Residence
The students at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań at Collegium Polonicum in Słubice and students of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder are eligible to apply for accommodation in the student Halls of Residence in Słubice. The Campus consists of six halls: Amicus, Iuventa, Gaudium, Arcadia, Sapientia and Forum, and it offers over 1200 places in single and double rooms. The student halls of residence not only provide comfortable accommodation complying with European standards, but also function as a place of cultural interchange and offer socializing opportunities. In addition, they also promoteattitudes of tolerance, understanding and curiosity about other cultures.
Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza Poznaniu
ul. Piłsudskiego 14
Tel.: (95) 758 4088
Fax: (95) 759 2230
The Collegium Polonicum as a conference venue
The Collegium Polonicum offers excellent facilities for holding congresses, symposia, conventions and seminars for small discussion groups. It is the most modern conference venue in the Polish cross-border region. The rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual and computer devices, as well as facilities for simultaneous interpretation. It is also possible to hold international video conferences.
Ul. Kościuszki 1
Tel. 95 7592 400
Fax: 95 7592 455