Browse from more than 400 English study programmes in Poland!

Featured universities


City promotion initiatives

Academic schools

Vocational schools

Study in Poland - programme

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
e-mail:    internet:

Pure and Applied Mathematics




2 years



ECTS points



The programme of study comprises 133 (=1000 hours of classes) spread over two years of study. The objective of the programme is to provide the students with such knowledge, problem solving skills and insight in mathematics that they are able to work professionally in different areas of mathematics or to use mathematical tools in the sectors of industry, information technology or finance. The programme also provides a good basis for PhD studies in mathematics.
The plan of studies includes the following topics: algebraic topology, approximation theory, complex analysis, differential geometry, functional analysis, probability theory, partial differential equations, risk theory, stochastic processes, theory of dynamical systems, history of mathematics, optional courses and seminars.


for the non-Polish nationals who enrol pursuant to the rules other than applicable to Polish nationals: 6000 PLN/year,
for Polish nationals and the non-Polish nationals who enrol pursuant to the rules applicable to Polish nationals: no


Please contact the unit.


Institute of Mathematics
ul. Łojasiewicza 6
30-348 Kraków
Landline phone number
+48 12 664 66 27
+48 12 664 66 64
Fax+48 12 430 14 67
Email address



Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

education requirements

Persons eligible to apply for the programme are the holders of a higher education diploma (at least undergraduate) in any field.,br> Additional formal requirement: documented command of English language on the level specified by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (does not apply to English native speakers or graduates from study programmes where English was the language of instruction), or obtaining a confirmation from the university unit responsible for the programme stating that candidate’s language command is sufficient for undertaking studies. Qualification result: interview