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  • Locations: Krakow, Poland
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: TXSTATE applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Language of Instruction: English, Polish
Academic Field: Agriculture, Anthropology, Biology, Communication, Computer Science, Economics, Geography, Geology, History, International Studies, Law, Liberal Arts, Mass Communication, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology Undergraduate/Graduate: Graduate, Undergraduate
Application Fee: 250
Program Description:

Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Polland
 
Kraków is one of the most prominent academic centers in Poland. With over 200,000 students coming to study here every year, it is not unreasonable to wonder what makes Kraków such an attractive place. While everyone certainly has their own individual reason, there are some which stand out amongst the others.
 
University Website 
Website for International Students
 

Location

Kraków's location is unique for several reasons. In addition to having all the benefits of a large city, including very well developed public transportation, easy access to hostels and student dormitories, and numerous shopping malls and restaurants, Kraków is also very close to the Tatra Mountains (with many ski resorts and trekking routes near Zakopane), beautiful national parks – Pieniny and Ojców, and Dunajec River Gorge, which offers some interesting rafting opportunities. Additionally, Kraków is not very far from other European capitals, such as Prague and Vienna, so weekend trips to neighboring countries pose no problem to keen travelers. Kraków is also an important transport hub, with quick and comfortable bus, train and plane connections to other cities, both in Poland and abroad.
 

Academics

Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students

  • Polish Studies, History, Sociology, Geography, Humanities, Law, Administration

Areas of study open to graduate exchange students

  • Polish Studies, Slavonic Studies, History, Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy Geography, Geology, Humanities, Law, Administration, Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, Ecology and Evolution, Environmental Sciences, Biology – Botany, Public Health, Management and Social Communication, Media, Journalism, Public Affairs, Economy, Culture Studies.

Areas of study restricted to exchange students

  • European Studies, Pharmacy 
Click here for course offerings 

Important Dates

 

Fall

Spring

Program Dates: October 1st - February 23rd  February 24 - June 30th 
Exam Period(s): January 29th - February 10th  June 16th - June 29th

*Please note, these are estimated dates and are subject to change. For the most updated information, please visit the host university website.

Costs

Estimated Monthly Costs of Living in Euro: (400-500)

  • Housing: Private - 200-250; Student dormitory- 85
  • Meals: 150-200
  • Health Insurance: 25
  • Local Transportation: 20
  • Course Materials: 50

Housing

Options

International students can either find private accommodation or apply for housing through the International Students Office of Jagiellonian University, who offers rooms in the university halls of residence.
  • University halls of residence
    • They offer shared (double) rooms available in two dorms: Zaczek (al. 3 Maja 5) and Piast (ul. Piastowska 47). The cost per person is currently 330 zl per month, which includes internet access.
    • Please note that they are not able to offer housing to all international students and the registration is based on a first-come first-serve basis, therefore you should apply for student accommodation as soon as you are accepted to the program.
  • Private housing
    • Private housing cost between 300 and 2000 zloty, depending on whether you are sharing a room/flat and with how many people, how far from the center the flat is, and how modern its furnishings are.
    • Erasmus Student Network, student organization at the Jagiellonian University, helps international student with finding a flat or a room. 
For more information, please visit their Housing Website 

Helpful Links


Click here for more information about host university.
 


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.