The conference organized by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education will take place on 26th of January 2017 in the International Conference Centre (Miedzynarodowe Centrum Kongresowe) and on 27th January on the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia in Katowice.
On January 9 – 27 the admissions for summer semester will be open for the following Master programmes:
- Computer Science,
- Materials Science and Engineering,
According to the organization of the academic year 2016/2017, between 23rd December 2016 and 6th January 2017 there are winter holidays at the University of Silesia. In this period classes are revoked. Due to holiday plans, also the work of the administration will be narrowed.
The organization of the academic year may be found here.
Together with Polish Border Guard the University of Silesia has established an advisory point for foreigners.
The School of Polish Language and Culture together with the Chair of International Polish Studies continues the tradition of celebrating Christmas Eve together with foreign students of the University of Silesia.
On 6th of December we invite all Francophones for Campus France Day in Katowice. Here you'll get to know everything you want about studying in France, learning French and future job possibilities. We start at 10 a.m. at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Bankowa 11, Katowice.
For more information please visit: http://www.pologne.campusfrance.org/
From 13th to 15th October the City of Katowice will host the largest and most important event on popular science in the region of Silesia.
Silesian Science Festival is organized together with representatives of leading Silesian universities, among which significant share are the staff members of the University of Silesia.
Starting from October 2016 University of Silesia in Katowice opens the School of Chinese Law and Culture at the Faculty of Law and Administration. The opening of the School is a result of strong and long-lasting ccollaboration between the University of Silesia in Katowice and two Chinese universities – Beijing Foreign Studies University and the Northeastern University in Shenyang.
More than 300 experts on the Polish language, culture and literature will meet in Katowice at the VI World Congress of Polonists. The meeting, which gathers teachers and researchers, theoreticians and practitioners, will be organized at the University of Silesia in Katowice on 22-26 June.