The Poznań Campus of SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities is located near the Citadel and the Old Town Square. The architecture of the building was inspired by the redoubt which, together with the St. Adalbert of Prague Fort, was a part of the 19th century fortifications of the city. Modern spaces of the Campus provide a perfect backdrop for display of art, created by world-renowned Polish contemporary artists, including Magdalena Abakanowicz - sculptor, and fiber artist, Tadeusz Kantor - painter, assemblage artist, set designer and theatre director, Jerzy Nowosielski - painter, graphic artist, set designer, and illustrator, and others. Students have access to modern multimedia classrooms, a psychophysiological laboratory and a fully equipped gym.
psychophysiological laboratoryThe psychophysiological lab is equipped with a psycho-galvanometer, an eye-tracker, and computer stations with professional software, such as E-Prime, Inquisit, Atals.ti, and SPPS. These tools help researchers to design and conduct psychological tests, generate various visual and auditory stimuli, measure reaction times of the subject to the stimuli, and to conduct preliminary statistical analyzes of the results.
Library and reading roomStudents and faculty have access to a library that offers over 40,000 volumes on psychology, sociology, cultural studies and other disciplines. Additionally, the library provides access to several electronic databases, including: EBSCO, PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, SocINDEX with Full Text, Elsevier, and LEX Omega. Library webpage »
fitness STUDIO AND GYM
aRT GALLERYThe open and airy spaces of the Poznań Campus are perfectly suited for art display. Students are surrounded by contemporary art pieces by acclaimed Polish artists, including Magdalena Abakanowicz - sculptor, and fiber artist, Tadeusz Kantor - painter, assemblage artist, set designer and theatre director, Alfred Lenica - painter, Leon Tarasewicz - painter, Mariusz Kruk - painter, sculptor, and installation aritist, Wacław Taranczewski - painter, Edward Łazikowski - artist whose work includes drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, installation art, and performance art, Stefan Gierowski - painter and an avant garde artist, Jerzy Nowosielski - painter, graphic artist, set designer, and illustrator, and others.
SCHOOL OF FORM - Postindustrial SPACESSchool of Form, the design division of SWPS University, is housed in a historic postindustrial building of the Poznań International Fair and is situated near Concordia Design - the Greater Poland Design Center. This convenient location fosters cooperation with business partners and creates opportunities for students to participate in creative workshops.
DESIGN STUDIOSStudents in the design program have access to well-equipped and spacious classrooms, workrooms and professional studios, including: a photo and film studio, computer lab, metalwork, woodworking, and pottery workshops, and a sawing workroom. These state-of-the-art facilities have been created thanks to the support of the European Union. More information »
ACCESS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDSSWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities is an equal opportunity institution and welcomes students with special needs and special access requirements. The Poznań Campus provides parking spaces for students with special needs. The building is equipped with ramps, lifts, and restrooms that meet accessibility guidelines. Additionally, a wheelchair lift enables access to the library and the cloakroom.
FACILITY RENTALModern spaces with multimedia equipment, disability access, and contemporary infrastructure as well as a convenient location in the Poznań International Fair complex makes SWPS University an ideal place for business meetings, conferences, training sessions and workshops. Detailed offer »