We welcome international students and encourage our students to study abroad. International students, coming from our partner universities or on an individual basis, enjoy equal rights with CC students. At present we have student exchange agreements with over 70 universities in Europe, North America and Asia (see the list of our International Partners). Every year we are pleased to host individuals and groups of students coming from various countries.
The main exchange programme at Collegium Civitas is the Erasmus+ Mobility Programme, which facilitates student and teacher exchange between European universities. Under this EU-funded programme we collaborate with universities from Estonia, Germany, the Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, France, Holland, Hungary, Lithuania, Spain, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden, and other countries. If your university has not signed an Erasmus+ agreement with Collegium Civitas, you may request your International Office to do so. To learn more about Erasmus+, visit the programme website: ec.europa.eu
All exchange students at Collegium Civitas may choose from courses in English and in Polish offer by any of the study programs. About 60 courses in English and 200 courses in Polish are offered each academic year.
The incoming students may also take Polish as a foreign language. Students usually earn from 27 to 35 credits per semester. Collegium Civitas adheres to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Warsaw is a lively and lovely city with more than 250 thousand students. For practical information about accommodation, meals, urban transport, costs of living in Warsa click here -> Living in Warsaw.
For guidelines for applicants see “How to apply” section.
If you have any questions about coming as an exchange student to Collegium Civitas, feel free to write to our International Office email@example.com, or to students like you – members of the Erasmus Student Network firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to tell you about their life in Warsaw and about their studies at Collegium Civitas.