Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań – Poland

Adam Mickiewicz University. Autority of Henryk Wieniawski at AMU

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań (AMU) was founded in 1919 and is one of the largest and oldest universities in Poland.  The seat of the University is located in Poznań, which is the capital of Wielkopolska, a region with about 550 thousand inhabitants. AMU is a public university conducting research in 27 disciplines, and a prominent educational institution, as confirmed by numerous distinctions awarded by the Polish Accreditation Committee. Its 100-year-old reputation is founded on long tradition of higher education in the City of Poznań and the outstanding current achievements of its staff, students, and graduates.

AMU in numbers (as of January 2022):

  • 37 630 student population
  • 745 international students
  • 78 nationalities represented by international students
  • 2 839 academic teachers
  • 2 238 administrative and auxiliary staff
  • 20 faculties
  • 4 campuses outside Poznań (Kalisz, Gniezno, Piła, Słubice)
  • 217 student clubs
  • 228 offered full degree programs
  • 19 full degree programs offered in English
  • 313 conferences in a year at AMU



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