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Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

Wieniawskiego 1 Poznań,
Poland View map
Poland
#801-1000
Public
Very High
34,534
2,825
1,107

Postgraduate Overview

Facts and Figures the end of 2016/2017 academic year:

Student population:  37.630 including:

·         21.332 BA students

·         11.126 MA students

·         5.172 MA students in a 5-year cycle

Number of international students:  745

Number of nationalities represented by international students 78

Number of graduates as of year 2016:  8.402

Number of PhD students:  1.153

Number of academic teachers:  2.839

Number of administrative and auxiliary staff:  2.238

Student to teacher ratio: 14.9/1

Number of Faculties:  16

Number of student clubs:  217

Number of offered full degree programs: 228 (majors and minors, in Polish)

Number of full degree programs offered in English: 19

Number of new students enrolled for 2016/17 academic year:  16.192

Number of conferences in a year at AMU: 313 including 132 international

 MASTER LEVEL

International Master in Balkan Studies, IBS

International Master in Mediterranean Studies, IMS

 

MA in Balkan Studies

MA in Central European and Balkan Studies

MA in Philology - specialization:  Mediterranean Studies

 

MA in Dutch Studies

 

MA in Biotechnology

MA in Environmental Protection

 

MSc in Chemistry

 

MA in Journalism and Social Communication

MA in Public Governance - specialization:  Good Governance and Civil Society

MA in International Relations

MA in International Relations-specialization:  Regional and Transborder Cooperation

 

MA in English Linguistics: Theories, Interfaces, Technologies

MA in Modern Languages - specialization:  Empirical Linguistics and Language Documentation

 

MA in English - specializations:

·         Literature and Culture

·         English and the European Union

·         Australia and New Zealand

·         English-speaking Canada: Literature, Culture, Language

·         Celtic Studies

·         General Academic

·         Civilisation of English-speaking Countries

·         Language and Communication in Media and Politics

·         Conference Interpreting (Polish-English)

·         Translation (Polish-English)

·         Applied Cognitive Linguistics

·         Theatre and Drama

·         American Literature and Culture

 

MA in Cultural and Social Anthropology:  Cultural Differences and Transnational Process

MA in Cultural Studies – specialization:  Intercultural Communication

MA in Ethnology - specialization:  Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes

 

MA in Computer Technologies

MA in Mathematics

 

PHD

Individually supervised PhD Research Projects in Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages, Natural Sciences

Interdisciplinary EU funded PhD Programmes in Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Ecology and Environmental Protection ...

University Highlights

Total students - 34,534

39%
61%

International students - 1,107

54%
46%

Total faculty staff - 2,825

145
2680

Total students - 34,534

39%
61%

International students - 1,107

54%
46%

Total faculty staff - 2,825

2680
145
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