Our events

Call for applications: Democracy Student Conference in Bali

Collegium Civitas students are invited to submit their applications to the 2nd Bali Democracy Student Conference (BDSC) which will be held in Bali, Indonesia on 6-7 of December 2018.

"Public attitudes towards the death penalty" Seminar

The meeting will be about the current practice of the use of the death penalty in the world and the "public instability" in this matter. Dr. Mai Sato will tell you more about the support for the death penalty and how (un)stable and (un)decisive this attitude is. The statements will be supported by the results of empirical research that she conducted in Japan.

Erasmus+: II term of recruitment

Until the 12th of October 2018, you can apply for a mobility for the spring semester in the 2018/2019 academic year. To get all details, click here!

Inauguration Ceremony | 2018-2019 Academic Year

The Inauguration Ceremony of the New Academic Year will be held on October 1st, 2018 (Monday) at 18:00 in the Concert Hall of the Palace of Culture and Science.

Welcome Days | 2018-2019 Academic Year

Collegium Civitas is delighted to meet students of Academic Year 2018/2019 at Welcome Days which are going to be held on the 1st of October, 2018!

Erasmus+ Run 2018

The second edition of the Erasmus + Run will take place at the PGE Narodowy on the 29th of September 2018!

History in a Post-Truth World

The symposium "History in a Post-Truth World" will be held on Friday, 14 September 2018 at Collegium Civitas (lecture hall A, 12th floor).

Contest for the professor Robert Mroziewicz Prize

Collegium Civitas would like to invite all master's graduates to take part in the Contest for the Best Master's Theses in the Area of International Relations, Diplomacy, International Security and Digital Security.

Model European Union Warsaw

Model European Union Warsaw 2018 is a simulation of the legislative process in the EU. The event takes place on 23-28 August at Collegium Civitas.

Report launch: "Crime Terror Nexus"

On 24 of July (Tuesday) at 11 a.m. in the History Meeting House in Warsaw the report "Organised Crime and Terrorism in Poland - Threats and Convergence" will be presented. The report is part of the Europe-wide research project “Crime Terror Nexus”.

Admissions open! Discount for Early Birds

The admission for the academic year 2018/2019 is open. Collegium Civitas is pleased to recognise the university’s keenest applicants by offering 10% tuition fee reduction. Enrol before July 10 and grab the 10% discount!

From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg

On 5 of July Collegium Civitas will host the lecture “From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg” by Richard Hornik, renowned expert in media literacy and the Director of Overseas Partnership Programs for the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University.

Design and Thinking Camp in Indonesia

Collegium Civitas students invited to participate in an international program in Indonesia!

Special Offer for BA graduates

Are you Collegium Civitas graduate? Are you interested in continuing your studies? This is great! We have just prepared an interesting promotional offer, especially for you.

Perspectives for the Development of the Situation in Palestine

The Embassy of the State of Palestine in Warsaw and the Collegium Civitas Cultural Safety Unit invite you to the seminar "Perspectives for the Development of the Situation in Palestine".

PEKIN - FANTASY ABOUT THE PALACE OF CULTURE AND SCIENCE

We invite all enthusiasts of contemporary art for the performance prepared by the actors of the theater group from Collegium Civitas.

Photo contest – “Breathtaking Moment”

Club 3D-Diplomacy is starting its next project. If you wish to share an unforgettable moment, view or event of your life—something that has made you really happy and still excites you—this competition is for you.

The Samaritan community in Palestine

Samaritans is an ancient sect of over 3,000 years. Despite the popularity of the parable of the Good Samaritan, which is contained in the New Testament, history, social beliefs and traditions are little known. Once – large, today – it has shrunk to less than 800 members.

Views on terrorism: The Psychology of Terrorism

Recognition of factors conducive to radicalization and recruitment of people to terrorist organizations is one of the most important tools for counteracting terrorist threats. The next meeting is coming up soon. You are warmly invited.

What Happened to the Police? Transformation of the Polish Police after 1989

What changes has the Polish police experienced in the last 30 years? How do Poles assess security protection enforcers and its officers? What sort of people are currently being educated in police schools?