Collegium Civitas is known for its high level of internationalization. We are proud to say that this year 68 countries are represented among our student body. Despite the pandemic international students choose to learn with us and to be part of the open, friendly academic community at Collegium Civitas.
“The international environment gives the students not only unique networking opportunities, but also enhances the learning process. I can observe in the classes I teach the tremendous added value the different perspectives bring to the courses, to the discussions and how the students learn from each other and get inspired by each other” – says Dr. Katarzyna Maniszewska, the Vice-Rector for International Relations, who teaches courses on security issues and contemporary history.
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, 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. “Collegium Civitas offers programs tailored to the needs of the ever changing global environment and job market, such as: Social Media Management and Digital Commerce, Multimedia Communication, International Business and Negotiations, International Security Studies, Public Relations, Marketing, New Media and many more.” – explains Mr. Maciej Krzyczkowski, Head of International Cooperation and Promotion Office.
Collegium Civitas strategy from the very beginning was focused on quality. “Quality over quantity. We keep course groups small to ensure the optimal learning conditions and the highest quality of education. The more we are proud that students from all over the world choose our university” – adds Dr. Maniszewska.
During the pandemic all courses at Collegium Civitas were successfully transferred to online mode. The survey conducted among the students during the pandemic showed that 92% of students are satisfied with their studies at Collegium Civitas.