The 'Centre for European Studies' refers to the English-language programmes and is a part of the Institute of European Studies, based at ul. Władysława Reymonta 4, Kraków
The Centre for European Studies traces its history to the founding of the Inter-Faculty ‘Unit' (Zakład) for European Studies at the Jagiellonian University in 1993. In the 1990s, this research institute offered open lectures and classes in both Polish and English, but no stand-alone degree programmes. At that time, undergraduate Study Abroad programme was also launched.
In 1999, the Unit was transformed into the ‘Centre' (Katedra) for European Studies, part of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University. In the 2000-2001 academic year, the Masters degree programmes (in both Polish and English) were launched.
In 2001, the Centre for European Studies was invited into the newly-created Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University and was part of the Institute for Regional Studies; however by 2004, the Centre grew in size, scope and popularity, ultimately elevating itself to the rank of the ‘Institute' of European Studies.
- Prof. dr hab. Jacek Popiel – Rector of the Jagiellonian University
Faculty of International and Political Studies
- Dr hab. Paweł Laidler, prof. UJ - Dean of the Faculty of International and Political Studies
- Dr hab. Dorota Pietrzyk-Reeves, prof. UJ - Vice-Dean for Science and Internationalization
- Dr hab. Ewa Trojnar, prof. UJ - Vice-dean for Educational Affairs
- Dr hab. Dariusz Niedźwiedzki, prof., UJ - Vice-Dean for Human Resources and Finance
Institute of European Studies
- Dr Mirosław Natanek – Acting Director of the Institute of European Studies
- Dr Wojciech Burek - Deputy Director for teaching
- Dr Magdalena Góra - Dean's representative at the Institute of European Studies for research and cooperation
- Prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Mach - Director of Studies of International Programmes (Centre for European Studies)