The history of AMU goes back to the 16th century when in 1519 a Roman-Catholic Bishop Jan Lubrański founded the first of its kind Academy which back then boasted the status of a higher learning institution. Shortly after, another institution of higher learning was established in Poznań, namely – the Jesuit College (1573) and it continued the academic traditions of its predecessor.
The University is organized into 20 Faculties where mostly training-through-research is offered together with high quality supervision according to the HRS4R policy adopted at AMU. Each fellow may take advantage of the supervisor’s experience or contacts.
AMU has received the "HR Excellence in Research" award and has implemented the principles of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.
The Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań carries out its fundamental and unchanging mission which is to conduct research, educate students and new academic staff on the basis of research as well as to exercise its social responsibilities. The University is inherently associated with science practiced under unhampered freedom and the search for truth.
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As one of the largest Universities in Poland, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań offers its students a wide variety of dormitories providing suitable living and studying conditions. Located in different parts of the city the dorms are well communicated with the public transport network, making it easy to move around the city.
Being one of the main libraries in the country and an unquestionable leader in Wielkopolska Region, the University Library in Poznań can pride itself on an extraordinary collection of books.
Eduroam is a service enabling network access on the uniform rules in all scientific institutions taking part in the project. Service this is available to students and employees alike.
Students from foreign countries, who come and study in Poland, may choose to obtain voluntary health insurance. The insurance covers the costs of basic medical services only. The insurance premium amounts to PLN 32.40 per month, i.e. ca. PLN 400.00 per annum.
Situated in the northern part of Poznań Morasko Campus is the hub for our teaching and research in the fields of exact, natural, human and social sciences.
Śródmiejski Campus includes facilities situated in the very city centre and in its vicinity.
Ogrody Campus, also known as “Szamarzewo” from the Szamarzewskiego street where the Campus facilities are situated.
Poznań has many sports and leisure centers offering plenty of opportunities to spend your free time. It is the site of over 40 parks and more than 100 green areas. Four large lakes (Malta, Kiekrz, Rusałka and Strzeszyn) are located within the city limits. Situated nearly in the city center Lake Malta is the site of one of the world’s most advanced regatta courses.
Having successfully passed the international evaluation process, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan was awarded the prestigious quality seal of the EUA-IEP.
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