Adam Mickiewicz University
AMU is proud to bear the name of Adam Mickiewicz - a Polish bard who believed strongly in a free, multicultural Poland and was one of the most important poets of European Romanticism compared to Lord G. Byron and J.W. von Goethe.
AMU is one of the leading academic centres in Poland. In addition to its historic and modern facilities in Poznań, it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Piła, Ostrów, and Słubice on the Polish-German border.
The University currently employs nearly 2,800 teaching staff, including 318 tenured professors, 454 AMU professors and 1,514 doctors and senior lecturers. Our professors coordinate or are partners in 18 research projects funded by the European Union Framework Programmes 6 and 7. AMU researchers are currently implementing 451 projects funded by the Polish Ministry of Science.
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