Adam Mickiewicz University is the major academic institution in Poznan and one of the top universities in Poland. The University was founded in 1919 and currently its student population is nearly 40,000 students, including over 1,000 international students.
Coursework and laboratory courses will be held at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, a world-class university with brand new facilities and an excellent faculty. All courses will be taught in English and will offer transfer credit. Some on-site tutoring will be also be arranged.
Courses Options with NC State Equivalents:
(each course will be available pending minimum enrollments)
General Chemistry -- CH 201/CH 202
Organic Chemistry I -- CH 221/222
Organic Chemistry II -- CH 223/224
Physical Chemistry -- CH 433
Analytical Chemistry -- CH 315
Inorganic Chemistry -- CH 401 (tentative, equivalency pending)
Physics I Newtonian Mechanics -- PY 205/206
Physics II Electricity and Magnetism -- PY 208/209
Physics I for Biology and non-Engineering Students -- PY 211
Physics II for Biology and non-Engineering Students -- PY 212
General Microbiology -- MB 351/352
Human Anatomy -- BIO *** and lab
Genetics -- GN 311
Calculus II -- MA 241
Calculus III -- MA 242
Differential Equations -- MA 341
Modern Polish History -- IPGK 295 (interdisciplinary perspectives and global knowledge)
International Relations -- PS 231
Beginning Polish Language -- FL 295 (tentative)
Health and Fitness, Physical Education -- (tentative)
Courses must meet a minimum enrollment to be offered. Students will have the opportunity to express interest in which courses they would like to enroll at the time of application and select their final courses upon acceptance. Following course selection, students will self-register using provided instructions. Students may not enroll in 2 basic chemistry courses at once.
Students will live in the brand new Hanka
Student Dorm in standard double accommodation rooms with built-in bathrooms. WiFi will be available in all rooms via EduRoam. The cost of housing is included in the program cost. Meals will not be included in the program cost. The residence hall will have community kitchens with some shared appliances and cooking tools. Some group meals will be provided during group excursions.
Aug. 1 Student Arrival
Aug. 2 - Aug 3 - Orientation
Aug. 4 - Gniezno and Biskupin - Polish BBQ Excursion
Aug. 5-9 - Classes
Aug 10-18 Krakow, Zakopane etc. Excursion
Aug. 20-23 Malbork, Gdansk and Sopot Excursion
Aug. 26 - Sept 25. Classes
Sept. 26 - Sept. 29 Holiday and Break
Sept. 30 - Oct.17 Classes
Oct. 18-20 Holiday and 3 day weekend
Oct. 21 - Oct. 31 Classes
Nov. 1 - Nov. 5 Holiday and Break
Nov. 6 - Nov. 27 Classes
Nov. 28 – Dec. 1 American Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 2 - Dec. 12 Classes
Dec. 13 Reading day
Dec. 14, Dec. 16 – Dec. 18 Final Exams
Dec. 18 Closing group banquet and overnights at Gultowy and Olbrzcko
Dec. 20 Return to U.S.
Apply for a passport as soon as possible. If you already have a passport, make sure that it will be valid for 6 months from your return date. Students will need to apply for a visa, as is required for stays longer than 90 days or to work or study in Poland. Visit the Embassy of Poland’s website
for the most current visa information, including instructions and application.
This program is considered a low-cost program
, as the total estimated expenses are within $1,000 of the cost of attendance at NC State
for full-time undergraduate students. See the program budget sheet
for a breakdown of the estimated program cost.
is generally available to help qualified NC State students to meet the expenses of NC State study abroad programs. Students from other institutions should contact their home institution study abroad and financial aid offices for information. For additional funding, NC State students should consider applying for a study abroad scholarship
from the Study Abroad Office.
Interested applicants to the Poland Global STEM Program must attend an advising session with the program coordinator prior to application completion.
Maura McCarthy, Program Coordinator, email@example.com
Dr. Stefan Franzen, Faculty Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org
The University reserves the right to alter the program format and/or costs in case of conditions beyond its control. If the program is canceled or a student withdraws, a refund of program costs may not be available in all cases. Please refer to the Study Abroad Office Refund Policy for details. Contact us: email@example.com