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Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
22,214 19,698 2% 14:9


Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (AMU)  is one of the major Polish universities, located in the city of Poznan in western Poland. It opened on May 7, 1919, and since 1955 has carried the name of the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz. The university has been frequently listed as a top three university in the country.

AMU is one of the leading academic centres in Poland. In addition to its historic and modern facilities in Poznan; it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Ostrów, and Slubice on the Polish-German border.

 AMU is one of Poland’s top universities. Its reputation has been founded on tradition, the achievements of its academic staff and an attractive curriculum. Among its more than one hundred honorary doctors are four Nobel prize winners: Maria Curie-Sklodowska and Wislawa Szymborska, Javier Solana and Pope John Paul II. It has about 3,000 faculty members, of which 750 are full and associate professors. More than 150 visiting lecturers and professors come from abroad. The university has also entered into about 250 partnership agreements with academic institutions from around the world. The university has almost 50,000 undergraduate, graduate, PhD and postgraduate students in its full-time and part-time programmes.

Notable Alumini:

•             Hanna Suchocka, politician, the first female Prime Minister of Poland

•             Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, conservative politician, former Prime Minister of Poland

•             Adam Michnik, journalist and communist-era dissident

•             Krzysztof Skubiszewski, politician, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland

•             Marian Rejewski, mathematician involved in breaking the Enigma machine



Certificate of the English language proficiency B2 ;IELTS  6.0


Secondary school leaving certificate (legalised or with APOSTILLE), entitling to apply for admission in the country issuing the document;


BA diploma (legalised or with APOSTILLE) entitling to apply for admission in the country issuing the document;


Students who have completed a B.A./B.Sc. and also obtained a masters, both from reputable universities, are considered for doctoral programmes. Doctoral programmes are individually supervised. We strongly recommend that prospective applicants make initial enquiries with the potential supervisor or institute before submitting a formal application. A research proposal is required along with your formal application.



B.A. in English - Specialization: Literature and Culture

B.A. in English - Specialization: Celtic

B.A. in English - Specialization: Academic

B.A. in Dutch studies

B.A. in English - Specialization: Teaching

B.A. in English - Specialization: South-African studies

B.Sc. in Computer Science Engineering

B.A. in Central European and Balkan Studies


International Master in Balkan Studies, IBS

M.Sc. in Chemistry

M.A. in English - Specialization: Australia and New Zealand (ANZ)

M.A. in English - Specialization: English-speaking Canada: literature, culture, language

M.A in Cultural Studies: Intercultural Communication

M.A. in Dutch Studies

M.A. in English - Specialization: Academic

M.A. in English - Specialization: Civilisation of English-speaking Countries

M.A. in English - Specialization: Language and Communication in the Media and Politics

M.A. in English - Specialization: Cognitive Applied Linguistics

M.A. in English - Specialization: Translation

M.A. in Cultural and Social Anthropology: Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes

M.Sc. in Biotechnology

M.Sc. in Environmental Protection

International Relations – Master Studies in English

International Master in Mediterranean Studies, IMS

M.A. in English and multicultural communication in Europe

M.A. in International Relations: Regional and Trans-border Cooperation

M.Sc. in Mathematics

MA in Modern Languages – Empirical Linguistics and Language Documentation

M.A. in Journalism and Social Communication

M.A. in Public Governance Specialization: Good Governance and Civil Society

There are many different options for arranging student accommodation in Poland. They vary depending on the city and higher education institution you choose. Many Polish HEIs have their own dormitories, which are usually the cheapest option available. However, most Polish students prefer to rent a room in a private apartment.

Student houses and dormitories

The pricing of the student houses depends on the particular HEI. Usually the cost of accommodation in a dormitory ranges is around EUR 60-80 monthly for a shared room and between EUR 100-150 for a single room. However, the standard of the dormitories may differ greatly even between various student houses of the same HEI, so it’s good to do some research before the final decision. What doesn’t differ is the friendly and helpful atmosphere in the student houses.

Private housing

It is quite common in Poland to rent a room in a bigger apartment. Most of the out-of-town students share flats in this way. The cost varies between cities and it depends greatly on the location of the apartment as well as the size and quality of the room. The monthly rent is usually between EUR 150 and 200. Some landlords may require a deposit of a similar amount. Don’t worry if you don’t have friends to live with. Sharing a flat with locals is an amazing opportunity: you can pay for the accommodation and get great friends for free! And if you really don’t like to share, you can find an independent apartment. The rent for the smallest, one-room apartment starts from about EUR 300 (in Warsaw).

There are a number of scholarships available within the limits defined in bilateral  agreements.

They are financed either by the Polish or the foreign partner’s government, often with the aim to enhance exchange within a specific field of study.

The amount of a scholarship depends on the type of study undertaken.

It is also advisable to check with local authorities if they have a scholarship programme that includes studies in Poland.


the programme is tuition-free, all international students receive a scholarship of 1.500 PLN/month

Quick Facts





The tuition fees range from EUR 2500 to 3200 per year


It is difficult to estimate the costs of living - they obviously depend on your needs and ways of spending free time. However, it seems that PLN 1500 per month should cover the monthly expenses, including housing, food, study materials, transportation and social activities.



World University Rankings 2018     :  801-1000

QS World University Ranking 2018 :  801-1000                                            



ul. H. Wieniawskiego 1, 61-712 Poznan, Poland

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