Collegium Civitas

Warsaw, Poland
Collegium Civitas is a relatively young university (founded in 1997) located in the very centre of Warsaw, the capital of Poland. Despite its age, it has earned a deserved reputation of an exceptional place to study international relations, social and political sciences in English.



Our history goes back to 1997 when Collegium Civitas was established with the initiative of a group of well-known scientists of the Polish Academy of Science, the most prestigious Polish educational and institution.


Research centers

  • Institute of Information Analysis
  • Observatory of the Digital Civilisation
  • Research Centre for Communities and Local Policies
  • Collegium Civitas’ Think Tank
  • Centre for Studies on Future
  • Conflicts and Human Rights Centre
  • Coaching Center
  • Centre for Research on Terrorism

Master's Programmes

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Collegium Civitas!


Library services

At Collegium Civitas Reading Hall and Library (the Palace of Culture and Science, XI floor) the students have access to course books and obligatory readings for classes, seminars and exams. The university is subscribed to daily press as well as to multiple magazines in the Polish and English languages.

The Global Study Awards

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