International cooperation

The Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology is an active international faculty engaged in collaborative projects and partnerships all over the world. The cooperation includes incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility, research and development activities, regional development cooperation, and development of education. The Faculty cooperates with the leading universities and research institutions in Europe, America and Asia. Given the specificity of the research conducted at the Institute of Slavic Philology, we develop cooperation with East and South European universities (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, the Czech Republic, Northern Macedonia, and Serbia) and non-Slavic Balkans (Albania and Turkey). Polish and Slavic interests have linked the Faculty to universities in both Western and Eastern Europe: Greece, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.Furthermore, the Institute for Polish Philology intensifies its cooperation with universities in Brazil, China, and Korea.The Faculty for Classical Philology cooperates with research institutions in Armenia, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Spain, and Argentina. The Annual School of Live Latin gathers several participants from dozens of countries in the world, whilst the Institute of Film, Media and Audio-visual Arts encourages cooperation with universities, research institutes, film schools, foreign archives, and national film libraries (e.g. Netherlands).

The Faculty has been conducting common studies in cooperation with the University of Kiel. Moreover, a common study platform in cooperation with the Shanghai International Studies University and the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies has been planned since the beginning of the year. The Faculty’s offer encompasses Polish language studies for foreigners and English-speaking studies: Balkan Studies, Mediterranean Studies, Central European and Balkan Studies. AMU-PIE (Adam Mickiewicz University – Programmes for International Exchange). Individual interdisciplinary studies attract students from Armenia (Vanadzor, Yerevan), Azerbaijan (Baku), Belarus (Pinsk, Vitebsk, Mogilev, Minsk), China (Zhaoqing University), Philippines (Manila), Georgia (Tbilisi), Kirgizstan (Bishkek), Russia (Sergiyev Posad), Tajikistan (Khujand), Ukraine (Human, Kiev, Suma), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand).

The intensive international cooperation is also carried out by the participants of The School of Polish Language and The Summer School of Polish Language and Culture. During the recent years the Faculty has become an active participant of educational and research programmes: Erasmus+, CEEPUS, DAAD. The students are given the opportunity to participate in scholarship trips, internships and summer schools organized by or with the foreign universities. The Faculty hosts fellows from the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant programme.