Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan

Poznan, Poland
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.
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Why should I study here at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan?

10 top reasons why to study at AMU:

  • Central location: halfway between Berlin and Warsaw; most European capitals accessible within 2 hours by plane!
  • Multicultural environment
  • Student-friendly city: every fourth citizen of Pozna´n is a student! 46,000 of them study at AMU!
  • Vibrant business center offering career opportunities for students, Pozna´n region enjoys the lowest unemployment rate in Poland (around 2,5%)
  • Broad academic offer: read on! AMU has been ranked among Top-3 Universities in Poland for the last 6 years!
  • Largest number of professional full-time academic staff
  • Advanced research opportunities: 25 research projects funded by the 6th European Union Framework Program for Research and Technological
  • Handicap-friendly program: AMU has the largest population of students with disabilities in Poland!
  • Easy access to culture: Pozna´n 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!

About Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan

The University currently employs nearly 2,800 teaching staff, including 318 tenured professors, 454 AMU professors and 1,514 doctors and senior lecturers. Our professors coordinate or are partners in 18 research projects funded by the European Union Framework Programmes 6 and 7. AMU researchers are currently implementing 451 projects funded by the Polish Ministry of Science.

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 European Research Networks.

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan has bilateral exchange agreements with universities all over the world. Depending on the specifics of the agreement, bilateral exchange students may accomplish part of their degree, choosing appropriate subjects from our educational offer.

DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service: The DAAD assists outstanding German students, interns and student trainees, (post)graduates, young academics and researchers to complete study or research stays at the best universities around the world by awarding scholarships and grants.

GFPS: GFPS is a non-government organization that awards scholarships to German students for studies in Poland for one term or a whole academic year as well as enables them to take part in summer courses.

Visegrad Foundation: facilitates academic exchanges by providing financial support to students or researchers who are citizens of the V4 countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia (hereinafter the "Member States") and for foreign citizens to study in the Member States. All universities accredited by the governments (Ministries of Education) and Institutes of Academies of Sciences are eligible to be host as well as home institutions. The aim of the VSP is to support the mobility of students and researchers among the specified countries. Visegrad Scholarships are provided for study/research projects specified in the submitted application for 10 months (2 semesters) or 5 months (1 semester). The level of supported studies shall be:
  • Master's studies (the student must have completed at least 4 semesters at home university prior to applying),
  • Post-Master's (doctoral or other postgraduate programs).

CEEPUS: 'Central European Exchange Program for University Studies' covers mobility grants for students and teachers in this framework Students registered at universities, regardless of the field of study, are eligible for support within this programme.

Fulbright Student Program: Fulbright Student Program is a 9-months scholarship program for postgraduate students from the USA, Applicants must be US citizens at the time of their application and work as 'assistant teachers in English classes". Students are eligible to take part in classes.

Accreditations of Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan


  • The Ranking of Higher Education Institutions (Poland) – 3rd place
  • TheWorld Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO) – AMU was awarded a medal of WIPO Award For Creativity
  • Webometrics Ranking of World Universities –381stplace
  • „Leiden Ranking” –498th place
Membership in International Organizations:
  • EUA - European University Association
  • EUCEN - European University Continuing Eduation Network
  • The Compostela Group of Universities
  • The Santander Group - European University Network
  • RAMIRI Consortium
  • ECTN- European Chemistry Thematic Network
  • NAFSA - National Association of Foreign Student Advisers
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