Welcome to Poznań, and to the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Adam Mickiewicz University.

What should you do upon your arrival at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science?

  1. Meet your faculty coordinator, who can answer your questions about the courses and your studies at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, and will sign your Learning Agreement (or changes to the Learning Agreement). Please make an appointment by e-mail before your first visit.
  2. Make the student ID card payment to the personal account number provided, and contact the Students Services Office (room A1-2) to pick up your Student ID Card (Legitymacja studencka) and your schedule of classes.
    Please do not forget to bring the payment confirmation. The Student’s Card gives you a discount on tram, bus and train tickets in Poland.
  3. Open your computer account at the IT helpdesk in room A1-26. This will give you access to all of the computer labs and wireless services in the MATH and CS buildings. You will need your Polish Student ID Card to apply for an account.
    Please check your account regularly, as the Faculty administration may contact you by e-mail.
  4. Library Card: Poznań University Library offers online registration. More information can be found on the AMU Library website.
  5. Registration for the courses: we will register you for the courses offered at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, based on your Learning Agreement. You will individually register for AMU-PIE courses offered at other faculties upon your arrival, through token registration at or directly at those faculties.
    Any changes of courses require respective changes in your Learning Agreement. These must be made within the first four weeks of classes.
  6. Classes: It is very important that you attend the first class (lecture and exercise session) of each course on which you are enrolled, and contact the lecturer about the syllabus and all the requirements of the course. Please bear in mind that the majority of courses consist of two components: lecture + exercises/laboratory; and that you have to get credit for the exercises/laboratory first in order to sit the exam and obtain a final grade for the course.

Your Erasmus Faculty Coordinator:


Bartosz Naskręcki

Documents drop-offs/inquiries:

Renata Zychla

Mo-Fr 9:00-14:00
Office no: A1-1/2