Jagiellonian University - Kraków

Jagiellonian University - Kraków
 
Address:
ul. Golebia 24, 
31-007 Kraków
POLAND
 
ERASMUS Code: PL KRAKOW01
 
 
Telephone: +48 12 663 11 10,
                     +48 12 663 11 04 (International Relations Office)
 
Number of inhabitants in the city: 759 000
Number of students in the university: 50 000
 
Program: Social Sciences
 
Academic calendar:
Winter semester: from 1 October 2014 to 23 February 201 5
Summer semester: from 24 February 2015 to 30 September 2015
 
Courses:
Use the link below to check out courses taught in English.
 
Accommodation:
Various types of guesthouses, hotels or dormitories - www.en.uj.edu.pl/en/about-university/faculties-and-other-units/hotels
 
Useful information:
  • Kraków is the second largest city of Poland and it is located in the south
  • In the year 2000, Kraków was the European Capital of Culture and in 2014, it was the European Sports City - it is a very popular venue for international sports and other events
  • The university is Poland's oldest higher educational institution, with its 650th anniversary in 2014, and also one of the oldest ones in Europe; Kraków itself is one of the most important educational centres of the country
  • Kraków is a very popuar tourist destination; Historical buildings and places, the picturesque old town, museums, theatres, art galleries, historical exhibitions, churches, and many more tourist attractions can be found
  • Kraków is well-known for its exciting nightlife; A huge variety of bars, clubs, pubs and discos delight every passionate night owl
  • The city is known for its many parks and recreational areas; You can also visit the zoo or the Botanical Gardens; Or you just relax in one of the spas or decide to go shopping; For active and sporty people, there is a huge offer for every kind of sports
  • In Kraków you can find restaurants for almost every kind of international cuisines; You should not miss to try traditional Polish cuisine - which is similar to other Central-European cuisines - with dumplings, sausages and beer playing an important role
  • The living costs in Poland are comparably low compared to many other European countries

Courses

ECTS

Semester

Philosophy of Music

12

Spring

Body & Ritual in South Asia

4

Spring

Introduction to Chinese Philosophy

4

Fall

Body Language in Practice

6

Fall

Angels in the Three Monotheisms

4

Fall

Alphabet and Writing Systems

6

Fall

Introduction to Buddhism

4

Spring

Basic Terms of Social Rehabilitation and Correction Treatment

3

Fall

Examples of pretense and false appearances in education: possibilities of disclosing and overcoming

3

Fall

Educational Issues

3

Fall

Discipline and Punish - Questions About Modern Concepts of Prison

3

Fall

Knowledge Engineering on the Semantic Web

5

Spring

Cognitive robotics

6

Fall

Current issues in cognitive science

6

Fall

Usability

6

Spring

Creativity: Cognitive and Computational Perspectives

6

Spring

Philosophy of Music

12

Spring

Art and  Aesthetics in XXth and XXIst Century

6

Spring

Therianthropy and theriomorphism in Indian religions

4

Spring

Christian-Jewish relations in Poland after 1918 (I/81)

4

Spring

New Religious Phenomena in Contemporary World: Invented Religions

4

Spring

Psychoanalysis and Religion

6

Spring

Religion in European and Middle Eastern Media: The Jewish and Israeli Case

4

Spring

Religions in Muslim-majority countries in South-Est Asia: Current issues

4

Spring

Spirituality and its Development: Psychological Theories

4

Spring

Writing Systems in the Religions of the World

4

Fall

Religion and Mass Media

4

Fall

Philosophy of Music

12

Spring

Body & Ritual in South Asia

4

Spring

Introduction to Chinese Philosophy

4

Fall

Body Language in Practice

6

Fall

Angels in the Three Monotheisms

4

Fall

Alphabet and Writing Systems

6

Fall

Introduction to Buddhism

4

Spring

Basic Terms of Social Rehabilitation and Correction Treatment

3

Fall

Examples of pretense and false appearances in education: possibilities of disclosing and overcoming

3

Fall

Educational Issues

3

Fall

Discipline and Punish - Questions About Modern Concepts of Prison

3

Fall

Knowledge Engineering on the Semantic Web

5

Spring

Cognitive robotics

6

Fall

Current issues in cognitive science

6

Fall

Usability

6

Spring

Creativity: Cognitive and Computational Perspectives

6

Spring

Philosophy of Music

12

Spring

Art and Aesthetics in XXth and XXIst Century

6

Spring

Therianthropy and theriomorphism in Indian religions

4

Spring

Christian-Jewish relations in Poland after 1918 (I/81)

4

Spring

New Religious Phenomena in Contemporary World: Invented Religions

4

Spring

Psychoanalysis and Religion

6

Spring

Religion in European and Middle Eastern Media: The Jewish and Israeli Case

4

Spring

Religions in Muslim-majority countries in South-Est Asia: Current issues

4

Spring

Spirituality and its Development: Psychological Theories

4

Spring

Writing Systems in the Religions of the World

4

Fall

Religion and Mass Media

4

Fall

Philosophy of Music

12

Spring

Body & Ritual in South Asia

4

Spring

Introduction to Chinese Philosophy

4

Fall

Body Language in Practice

6

Fall

Angels in the Three Monotheisms

4

Fall

Alphabet and Writing Systems

6

Fall

Introduction to Buddhism

4

Spring

Basic Terms of Social Rehabilitation and Correction Treatment

3

Fall