Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU or UAM) is one of the major Polish universities. AMU bear the name of Adam Mickiewicz – a Polish poet who was one of the most important poets of European Romanticism. In addition to its facilities in Poznan, it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Pila and Slubice. The University serves 47 000 students (67% women, 1 000 international) with 14 faculties offering BA, MA and PhD programmes.
International students can choose to study either as a guest, exchange or Erasmus student (more info) for one or two semesters, or as a degree student pursuing a degree from Adam Mickiewicz University. The main language of instruction is Polish, however AMU also offers international degree programmes and selected course units taught in English, French and Spanish.
Most exchange students come to AMU through an institutional exchange agreement, an international exchange programme such as Erasmus (Partner Universities: ERASMUS / LLP) or a governmental bilateral agreement. Contact your own educational institution to find out about the possibilities of studying at AMU as an exchange student. If it is not possible to come to AMU through an agreement your home institution has signed with AMU, you should contact AMU International Office or AMU-PIE to enquire about the option of coming as a guest (visiting) student.
Some degree programmes are taught in other languages. AMU offers some BA programs taught in English and German, MA programmes in English, German and Dutch and individual PhD research programmes in English. International students can apply for admission to undergraduate/B.A. and graduate/M.A. programmes. You usually have to apply 6 to 9 months before a programme starts.
Central European Exchange Program for University Studies. CEEPUS website.
Visegrad Scholarship Program
Visegrad Fund offers Master’s and Post-Master’s scholarships for 1 or 2 semesters. Visegrad Fund website.
Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
tel. (+4861)829 4000