Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
address: ul. Wieniawskiego 1
61-712 Poznań, Poland
phone: +48 61 829 43 85
+48 61 829 43 75
+48 61 829 44 75
AMU is proud to bear the name of Adam Mickiewicz – a Polish bard who believed strongly in a free, multicultural Poland and was one of the most important poets of European Romanticism.
AMU is one of the largest academic centers in Poland. In addition to its facilities in Poznan, it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Pila and Slubice. The University currently employs nearly 3,000 teaching staff, including 345 tenured professors, 550 AMU professors and over 1,600 doctors and senior lecturers. Since 2002 our professors have coordinated or have been partners in over 50 research projects funded by the European Union Framework Programs for Research and Technological Development and other EU/international programs.
AMU is strongly dedicated to creating high-standard educational opportunities. The University serves over 39,982 students with 15 faculties offering BA, MA and PhD programs. Students who know Polish can choose from over 170 majors. The newest programs include: Dialogue and Social Consulting, Film Studies and Media Culture, Economy and Law Studies, Poles and Germans in Europe and State Management.
AMU offers BA programs taught in Polish, English and German, MA programs in Polish, English, German and Dutch and individual PhD research programs in English and a variety of other languages.
AMU has well-developed foreign relations and co-operates with about 350 universities across the world under bilateral agreements. AMU is a member of: EUA – European University Association, EUCEN – European University Continuing Education Network, The Compostela Group of Universities, The Santander Group – European University Network, European Chemistry Thematic Network and other.
A Dozen Reasons to Study at AMU in Poznań:
- Supreme academic expertise
- Competitive price
- Central location: halfway between Berlin and Warsaw; most European capitals within 2 hours by plane!
- Multicultural environment
- Student-friendly city: every fourth citizen of Poznań is a student! 39,982 of them study at AMU!
- Vibrant business center offering career opportunities for students, Poznań region enjoys one of the lowest unemployment rates in Poland
- Comprehensive academic offer: AMU has been consistently ranked among top-3 universities in Poland for the last 5 years!
- Large number of professional full-time academic staff
- Advanced research opportunities: research projects funded by the 7th European Union Framework Program for Research and Technological Development and Horizon 2020
- Handicap-friendly program: AMU has the largest population of students with disabilities in Poland!
- Easy access to culture: Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra plays in the AMU Main Auditorium, Poznan Opera House just across the square, National Museum 10 minutes away by foot!
- Exciting sports program to follow in 30 disciplines!
AMU PreMed and PreTech Programs
Foreign students wishing to improve their knowledge and skills in natural sciences before they apply for their medical studies may choose a a two-semester PreMed Program. It prepares for the interview and entrance exams at Poznań University of Medical Sciences (PUMS) as well as other medial programs in Poland. On the other hand, the PreTech Program is an engineering course offered and designed to enable the students to approach technical and engineering degree programs with more confidence and prevent them from dropping out after the first year. Apart from courses in various natural and technical sciences both programs provide candidates with basic skills in Polish and improve both medical and technical English vocabulary.
PreTech covers fundamental subjects for most engineering and technical studies.
AMU also offers a 6-month and a 1-year General English and English for Academic IELTS course
Facts & figures
- Founded in 1919
- 3 000 academic staff
- 40 000 students
- over 1000 foreign students
ul. Wieniawskiego 1, 61-712 Poznań, Poland
phone: +48 61 829 43 85, +48 61 829 44 75
International Exchange Advisors:
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Study in Poland coordinator:
- B.A. in Dutch studies
- B.A. in English - Specialization: Academic
- B.A. in English - Specialization: Celtic
- B.A. in English - Specialization: South-African studies
- B.A. in English - Specialization: Teaching
- B.A. in English - Specialization: Translation
- B.Sc. in Computer Technologies
- International Master in Balkan Studies, IBS
- International Master in Mediterranean Studies, IMS
- International Relations – Master Studies in English
- M.A in Cultural Studies: Intercultural Communication
- M.A. in Dutch Studies
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Academic
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Australia and New Zealand (ANZ)
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Celtic
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Civilisation of English-speaking Countries
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Cognitive Applied Linguistics
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Conference Interpreting
- M.A. in English - Specialization: English and the European Union
- M.A. in English - Specialization: English-speaking Canada: literature, culture, language
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Language and Communication in the Media and Politics
- M.A. in English - Specialization: Translation
- M.A. in English and Multicultural Communication in Europe
- M.A. in Ethnology
- M.A. in International Relations: Regional and Trans-border Cooperation
- M.Sc. in Biotechnology
- M.Sc. in Chemistry: Applied Chemistry
- M.Sc. in Environmental Protection
- M.Sc. in Mathematics
- MA in Philology – Empirical Linguistics and Language Documentation
- MSc in Molecular Biotechnology
- Inter-University Programme of Interdisciplinary PhD Studies at the "Artes Liberales" Academy
- PhD programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology