The Jagiellonian University launches the first edition of MA programme of studies on international security and development. 24 students enrolled in 2018/2019 will study for free thanks to the grant of the National Centre for Research and Development.Read More o New studies: MA in Security and Development
Modern nuclear magnetic resonance instruments allow for non-invasive observation of the inside of our bodies or a structural analysis of chemical compounds, but using them can sometimes prove to be quite troublesome. Fortunately, JU scientists are working to make things easier.Read More o Nuclear magnetic resonance without large and expensive equipment?
The website www.welcome.uj.edu.pl is primarily addressed to foreigners interested in studying or working at the Jagiellonian University.Read More o New website for foreign visitors launched at JU
A team of physicians from the JU MC Clinic of Angiology took part in the Leipzig Interventional Course – LINC 2018 – the largest and most prestigious European conference on intravascular methods of blood vessels treatment.Read More o JU doctoral student awarded at a prestigious medical conference
Weronika Biela, a doctoral student from the JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science will be part of the Polish squad at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. She will compete in women’s snowboard parallel giant slalom.Read More o JU doctoral student will represent Poland at PyeongChang Winter Olympics
Three students from the JU Institute of Physics: Tomasz Szołdra, Paweł Matus and Jakub Czartowski, working under the supervision of Prof. Krzysztof Sacha won a silver medal in the University Physics Competition.Read More o JU students win silver medal in University Physics Competition
On 29 January 2018, the Jagiellonian University hosted a visit from the Ambassador of New Zealand to Poland Mary Thurston. She was received in Collegium Novum by the JU Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs Prof. Armen Edigarian and Prof. Piotr Laidler from the JU Internationalisation Committee.Read More o Ambassador of New Zealand visits JU