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About Collegium Polonicum

What distinguishes Collegium Polonicum from other institutions?

  • Firstly, the fact that the university is located on the Polish-German border, which provides you with great development opportunities, especially in terms of language skills!
  • Secondly, only here is it possible to receive two diplomas from internationally recognized universities.
  • Thirdly, our modern building and its facilities will allow you to acquire knowledge in a comfortable and attractive environment.
  • Fourthly, we have a modern and well equipped library, which is an integral part of the university.
  • Fifthly, we have some of the most modern student dormitories in the country offering high standard single and double rooms.

International studies and research

Study and research programmes are based on scientific and cultural cooperation between Poland and Germany. Collegium Polonicum has also become a venue for scientific meetings involving students and lecturers from all over Europe.
The profile of Collegium Polonicum is the result of a variety of courses and research programmes at the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań and the European University Frankfurt (Oder). Students, of whom almost 30% are foreigners, enjoy full-time courses in humanities, including graduate studies in English, and a number of courses with a Polish-German profile that focus on Polish-German issues in the European context. Graduates of joint courses provided by Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań and Viadrina University receive Polish, German or joint diplomas.

Good studying conditions

Studying literally on the border of two different countries offers unique opportunities. Słubice and Frankfurt (Oder) are the venues of close cooperation between the universities. Although the two cities are separated by a river and people living there use different languages, this can be a great opportunity for students to experience and learn about cultural differences. Studying on the border in a mixed culture and diverse language environment is indeed special. Students have access to some of Poland’s best dormitories, financial support, and they can enjoy leisure activities, as well as various cultural, sporting, scientific and social events.
Both cities have continued their development, which turns them into a perfect place to stay and start one’s professional career.
Every year, both cities host numerous cultural events, including festivals, such as transVocale and Musica Autumna, with excellent music concerts that take place on both sides of the Oder River. You can also develop a passion for theatre by attending the annual Unithea Theatre Meetings.

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