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Jagiellonian University in Kraków

address: Department of Admissions
ul. Gołębia 24, room 18
31-007 Kraków, Poland
phone: +48 12 663 14 01
+48 12 663 14 08
+48 12 663 14 41, 14 81
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Study Abroad Programme in Polish Studies




1 or 2 semesters



ECTS points

30 ECTS / semester


The Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities offers students from other universites the chance to spend one semester or an entire academic year as a full-time student of the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and the Jagiellonian University within the framework of the Study Abroad Programme. In this way, international students have the opportunity to experience and live in the metaphysical and time-honoured city of Kraków whilst studying at the most prestigious university in Poland. CASH organizes lecture courses for international undergraduate students who will find in both Kraków and the Jagiellonian University an internationally renowned center of artistic creation and humanistic and scientific research. It is here that students have the chance to study in depth the most important issues and problems of contemporary culture that confront modern Polish Studies today while remaining dedicated to the historical context.


Please, contact the Unit


Please contact the unit.


Centrum Studiów Humanistycznych UJ
Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
Grodzka 64, room 209
31-044 Kraków, Poland
Tel: +48 12 663 18 10
tel./fax: +48 12 663 18 20



Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities

education requirements

In order to be eligible to participate in the Study Abroad Programme at the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, all applicants are required to be in good academic standing at their home university.
Students in degree programmes other than Polish Studies are also welcome to apply to the Study Abroad Programme.
The language of instruction for lecture courses is English. Non-native English speakers must provide documentation proving their aptitude. No prior knowledge of Polish is assumed or necessary to participate in the Study Abroad Programme.