Jagielonian University will host workshops, tutorials, STAIRS and Doctoral Consortium
There are two tram stops at the Campus: Ruczaj and Norymberska.
Trams from the center of Krakow are 18 and 52. Which in September/October run every 7-10min.
The Kraków University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on 12 May 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. The Studium Generale – as the University was then called – comprised three faculties: of liberal arts, medicine and law.
Today the University employs 3.8 thousand academic staff, including over 650 professors, as well as about 3.5 thousand other staff members, while providing education to about 40 thousand students. Therefore, the impression that an institution like ours creates must properly reflect its presence in the social life of Poland, its timelessness and unwavering symbolism.
Because of this, large scale investments are being financed, such as: the continued expansion of the Campus of the 600th Anniversary of the Jagiellonian University Revival, where the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science has recently been relocated, the construction of new quarters for the Faculty of Chemistry, the continued construction of the Centre for Natural Sciences Education and the Institute of Geology, restoration and expansion of Collegium Paderevianum for the Faculty of Philology and the thorough renovation of Collegium Novum and the streets of the "university quarter". We constantly improve and expand our infrastructure to create an ever better environment for scholarly research, teaching and learning.
It is at the new Campus that all Workshops, Tutorials, as well as STARIS and Doctoral Consortium will be held. It is located in the Ruczaj district, on Professor Stanislaw Łojasiewicza Street. Everything will take place in the buildings: Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science and Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.