Why the Jagiellonian University?
- ranked best in Poland
- academic and employer reputation
- proud to offer a broad range of degree programmes and summer schools
- characterised by openness and high academic standards
- participating in large scale projects and networks
- striving for excellence in teaching and research
- leading grant winner and successful in patent applications
- promoting interdisciplinarity and internationalisation
- exchanging academics and students accredited in federal and national aid programmes
- assisting students in all kinds of practical matters
- providing entertainment and sports activities
- sharing knowledge, experience and friendship
• more than 650 years of academic tradition
• 16 faculties
• four campuses with state-of-the-art infrastructure
• 35 faculty libraries
• Jagiellonian Library, a public library, university library and a part of the Polish national library system – 5 million books and publications
• 94 study programmes and 158 specialities
• four university hospitals
• top rated in rankings of Polish universities
• one of the most popular university in Poland among Erasmus+ international students
• national leader in international co-operation
• more than 80% of the graduated find employment within three months of obtaining their diplomas
• best medical faculties in Poland
• one of the most innovative university in Poland and Eastern Europe
• university with the highest scientific potential
• Collegium Maius – the oldest university building (1400 AD), currently housing a museum with unique historical items, including scientific apparatus
The Jagiellonian University comprises 16 faculties...
...and 4 campuses throughout the city
- The First Campus located in Kraków’s old town, with two most significant buildings: Collegium Novum and Collegium Maius
Facilities of the Faculties: Law and Administration, Philosophy, Polish Studies, Medicine, Health Sciences.
- The Second Campus with Jagiellonian Library, Auditorium Maximum
Facilties of the Faculties: International and Political Studies, Philology.
- The Third Campus, called the Campus of the 600th Anniversary of the Jagiellonian University Revival
Facilities of the Faculties: Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science; Mathematics and Computer Science; Chemistry; Biology, Biochemistry; Biophysics and Biotechnology; Geography and Geology; Management and Social Communication as well as SOLARIS, MCB, JCET.
- The Fourth Campus with medical facilities
Faculty of Pharmacy, University Hospital, Children’s University Hospital.
Promoting interdisciplinarity and internationalisation, JU has been involved in various international co-operation activities: research and educational projects, faculty and student exchange within bilateral agreements, Erasmus+Programme, SYLFF, summer schools, networks, innovation and technology transfer as well as diverse scholarship schemes.
The Jagiellonian University is an active participant of many international networks, such as: