Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Jagiellonian University in Krakow - Krakow, Poland

Website: www.uj.edu

Information Sheet: 2017-18 Information Sheet

The Krakow university is Poland's second largest and most revered. Its over 47,000 students and 7,000 faculty members make Krakow’s 650-year-old Jagiellonian University a major European institution of higher education. Though mostly government-funded, the university enjoys broad autonomy as regards its management, finances, internal organization, scientific research, education and student enrolment.

Studies at the Jagiellonian University demand a good deal of independent work, and master theses are based on students’ own research.

Foreign students brought to the university on their “year abroad” scheme or by way of student exchange choose their courses at will. University may arrange tutorials in Polish literature, history, politics, etc in foreign languages if requested.

Faculties

Law and Administration
Medicine
Pharmacy
Health Sciences
Philosophy
History
Philology
Polish Studies
Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science
Mathematics and Computer Science
Chemistry
Biology and Earth Sciences
Management and Social Communication
International and Political Studies
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology