On behalf of the academic community of the Jagiellonian University, the JU Rector Prof. Wojciech Nowak sent condolences to the Ambassador of Mexico to Poland JE Alejandro Negrín Muñoz following the tragic earthquake that affected Mexico, claiming lives of hundreds of people.Read More o JU Rector offers condolences to the Ambassador of Mexico
The Jagiellonian University Choir Camerata Jagellonica won prestigious awards at the 7th International Choir Competition and Festival “Cançó Mediterrània” held in Lloret de Mar and Barcelona, and the International Pau Casals Choir Competition. The choir, conducted by Janusz Wierzgacz, won Silver Diplomas in two categories: sacred choral music and pop music.Read More o JU Academic Choir Camerata Jagelloniaca awarded at prestigious Choir competitions
What phenomena lead to formation of fuel deposits and why can't the ones in Poland compare to those in the Middle East? We asked Dr hab. Patrycja Wójcik-Tabol from the Institute of Geological Sciences to explain this issue to us.Read More o Why aren’t there any vast oil and gas deposits in Poland?
On 19–20 September 2017, the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Jagiellonian University are hosting a nationwide conference on the current reform of higher education in Poland in the ICE Kraków Congress Centre. It is the most important debate on higher education since 1988. Approximately three thousand participants from both Poland and abroad have confirmed their attendance.Read More o National Congress of Science. A debate on Polish higher education
In early September 2017 two Jagiellonian University delegations paid visits to Chinese universities.Read More o Jagiellonian University expands cooperation with Chinese higher education institutions
Mountain climber, painter, and most importantly, a genius physicist. Simultaneously with Albert Einstein, he explained the phenomenon called the Brownian motion, used in economics and new technologies. This September, one hundred years after his death, Kraków institutions are celebrating the main events related to Marian Smoluchowski Year.Read More o Marian Smoluchowski and the Internet of Things
Encouraging creativity and cooperation, focus on solving practical tasks and teaching children how to think by themselves - these ideas are frequently referred to in discussions about a perfect school. Let’s take a closer look at several educational institutions that stand out from the crowd and try to put these principles into practice.Read More o Open spaces and classes under palm trees. How could our schools look like?