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Why study here?

Our University has been ranked as one of the best institutions of higher education:

  • Ranked No. 1 in Poland in 2015.
  • Ranked among the top 10 institutions of higher education in Central and Eastern Europe in 2015.

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Research

Our faculty conducts research and educational projects in cooperation with numerous universities from Europe, including Austria (University of Vienna), Estonia (University of Tartu), Finland (University of Helsinki), France (University of Strasbourg), Spain (University of Deusto in Bilbao), Holland (University of Groningen), Germany (University of Göttingen), Norway (University of Oslo), the Czech Republic (Masaryk University in Brno, Charles University in Prague, Palacký University in Olomouc), Russia (Higher School of Economics in Moscow), Serbia (University of Belgrade), Slovakia (Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica), Sweden (University of Uppsala), Hungary (Corvinus University of Budapest; University of Pécs), Great Britain (University College London – UCL, University of Glasgow, University of Kent) and Italy (University of Udine).

Our faculty is also affiliated with a number of universities from Asia (Savitribai Phule Pune University, India; University of Osaka, Japan; KIMEP University, Kazakhstan), and North and South Americas (The National Autonomous University of Mexico – U.N.A.M., Mexico; Colegio de México, Mexico; Indiana University, USA; Pontifical Catholic University of Peru; Pontifical Catholic University of Chile).

An excellent example of international research programmes at our faculty is the project "Geopolitical dilemma. Poland and Germany and challenges in Eastern Europe and Caucasus." The coordinator of the project and the director of the consortium is Piotr Bajor, PhD from the Department of National Security. The German side of the project is coordinated by Kamila Schöll-Mazurek, PhD from the Centre for Interdisciplinary Polish Studies EUV. Execution of the project has been possible thanks to financial support from the Foundation for Polish-German cooperation, and the Robert Bosch Foundation. A series of conferences have been organized within the project (including in Kiev, Yerevan, Tbilisi, Frankfurt, and Krakow) with the participation of experts from Poland, Germany, and Eastern Partnership countries.

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