Collegium Civitas

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Collegium Civitas
Varsava Palata kulture i nauke.JPG
The Palace of Culture and Science, where the university is located
Established 1997
Type Private
Rector Stanisław Mocek
Honorary President
Honorary Rector
Jadwiga Koralewicz
Edmund Wnuk-Lipiński
Academic staff
210
Students 2000
Location Warsaw, Masovia, Poland
52°13′54″N 21°00′23″E / 52.231667°N 21.006389°E / 52.231667; 21.006389Coordinates: 52°13′54″N 21°00′23″E / 52.231667°N 21.006389°E / 52.231667; 21.006389
Campus Urban (Palace of Culture and Science)
Affiliations Polish Academy of Sciences
National Accreditation Commission
University Accreditation Commission at the Conference of Rectors of Polish Universities
Website civitas.edu.pl
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Collegium Civitas is a university located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It was established under the auspices of five Institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 1997 and has relied extensively upon the teaching and research traditions of these renowned institutions. It is open to new inventions in higher education: interdisciplinary approaches, closer lecturer-student relations, study abroad programs, internships, and the encouragement and supervision of individual student research projects.

The university is formally entitled to grant MA and BA degrees in International Relations, Political Science and Sociology. Recently, it has also received the right to grant PhD degrees in Sociology.

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The university is situated at the centre of Warsaw, in the landmark Palace of Culture and Science.

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