– Erasmus+ (incoming students) –
Dear Erasmus students,
thank you for choosing our university! You will have all the benefits of studying in the heart of a major European city. We offer you a wealth of facilities that will help you make the most of your time here. This website contains all the basic information about the programme. But still, should you have any particular questions please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Wishing you good luck and every success!
Foreign students that wish to study at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University as Erasmus students need to follow the application procedures by filling in an application form in English.
The form has to be printed out, carefully filled in, signed by the student and sent in original by post to the International Office of AFMKU.
The standard deadlines for the submission of the Erasmus exchange applications are as follows:
For winter Semester: 30 June
For spring Semester: 30 November
Confirmation of admission
The confirmation of admission in the form of a “Letter of Acceptance” at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University within the Erasmus programme is sent to the students by the Faculty coordinators after the expiration of the deadline for applications.
International Relations Office is responsible for the administration of documentation. It also provides support in all general information related to the University and necessary procedures for the application.
All the Erasmus exchange students that have been accepted receive an e-mail to confirm receipt of their application and inform about further steps to be taken by the students before the beginning of their studies at AFMKU. It is strongly advised not to make any travel arrangements before obtaining the formal acceptance for studies at AFMKU.
The Erasmus students are assigned Polish students- guides or ‘buddies’ who can provide support in all matters related to the organization of the arrival and stay in Poland, the University, necessary procedures for the application or any other issues that might arise before, on and after arrival at AFMKU. They stay in touch with the Erasmus students via e-mail well before their arrival in Krakow and they are the first persons to be contacted with in case of any problem or if there are any issues the exchange students may require to be helped with.
Exchange students can select freely from the wide range of courses offered at AFMKU.
The official language of instruction is Polish. However, students, who do not speak Polish, can find an attractive alternative in programmes that are conducted in the English language.
The courses offered in English are presented on the web, however, they might change due to scheduling changes etc., so in each case it should be discussed with the Faculty coordinators.
Each Erasmus student is obliged to prepare a Learning Agreement (LA). It includes a preliminary list of the classes a student intends to take at AFMKU and needs to be confirmed by the student, home university and receiving university.
The Learning Agreement can be revised after a student gets to AFMKU in the event of changes etc. In such a case, a Changes to Learning Agreement has to be prepared within the first two weeks of a semester.
Foreign Erasmus students are offered the Polish language courses, as well as courses of some other languages. All the detailed information is available in the Language Centre (building A, room 117).
After finishing the period of Erasmus mobility, students are issued Transcript of Records on the basis of the Course Registration and Examination Form for Erasmus Students that students are obliged to submit to the International Office (building B, room 205).
Student ID Card
All Erasmus exchange students are entitled to hold an electronic Student Identification Card. It proves a student status and allows entrance to various university facilities, discounts on some means of public transport, purchasing entrance tickets for swimming pools, fitness, or museums.
The card is issued only if the following documents are delivered by the students to the respective Dean’s Office: two passport photos in hard copy, a copy of the passport or the European national ID card (EU citizens only), a student card application form, a receipt confirming the fee for issuing the card has been paid after student’s arrival at AFMKU.
All matters related to the academic issues are dealt with the Faculty Coordinators appointed in each Faculty at AFMKU.
The Faculty coordinators also provide for the confirmation of Learning Agreements, therefore all questions related to the study content shall be addressed to them.
Erasmus students should contact the coordinators to prepare their LAs as well as consult any issues or problems connected with their course of studies at AFMKU.
Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts:
Professor Barbara Stec, Ph.D.
bstec (at) afm.edu.pl
Faculty of Law, Administration and International Relations:
Professor Katarzyna Banasik, Ph.D. (Law and Administration)
(+48) 12 252 44 70
kbanasik (at) afm.edu.pl
Anna Paterek, Ph.D. (International Relations)
(+48) 12 252 44 21
apaterek (at) afm.edu.pl
Iwona Cybula, Ph.D. (Tourism and Recreation)
icybula (at) afm.edu.pl
Faculty of Management and Social Communication:
Professor Marta Majorek, Ph.D.
mmajorek (at) afm.edu.pl
Joanna Preizner, Ph.D.
jpreizner (at) afm.edu.pl
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences:
Anna Mokrzycka, Ph.D.
(+48) 12 252 45 20
amokrzycka (at) afm.edu.pl
Karolina Węglarz, MA (Physiotherapy)
kweglarz (at) afm.edu.pl
Faculty of Psychology, Pedagogy and Humanities:
Rafał Majka, Ph.D.
(+48) 12 252 46 20
rmajka (at) afm.edu.pl
Faculty of Security Studies:
Professor Monika Ostrowska, Ph.D.
(+48) 12 252 46 30
m.ostrowska (at) onet.pl
Faculty of Acting:
Katarzyna Deszcz, MA.