Collegium Civitas: Multicultural academic community

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Collegium Civitas is known for its high level of internationalization. We are proud to say that this semester 71 countries are represented among our student body. International students, including Erasmus+ students choose to learn with us and to be part of the open, friendly academic community at Collegium Civitas.

Collegium Civitas students come from Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. Among the countries are: Ukraine, Belarus, EU countries, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, India, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Australia, South Korea, China, Mongolia, US, Canada, Israel, South Africa, Peru, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and many more!

At Collegium Civitas international students can choose from a variety of bachelor’s and master’s degree programs conducted in English: International Relations, Sociology, Journalism and New Media and Management.  We offer about 200 courses in English. Among our faculty are former diplomats, journalists, renowned experts and practitioners, among them:  Dr. Rafał Trzaskowski, current Mayor of Warsaw; Prof. Alexandra Richie, author of the bestseller “Faust’s Metropolis: A History of Berlin”; Prof. Paweł Dobrowolski, former Polish Ambassador to Canada; Mr. Kamil Wyszkowski, Director of the UN Global Compact Poland; journalist and reporter Mr. Nissan Tzur; Dr. Vanessa Tinker, expert in peacebuilding, Dr. Paulina Piasecka, Director of the Terrorism Research Center, Dr. Maciej Kozłowski, former Polish Ambassador to Israel, Dr. Wojciech Szewko, former Polish Deputy Minister of Science and many more renowned experts.

In the recent years Collegium Civitas  has been dynamically developing its international outlook.  The university is a member of the International Association of Universities and cooperates with a range of partners incl. the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. Collegium Civitas has over 100 agreements with partner universities from around the world and takes active part in the EU funded Erasmus+ program.