Fall semester: 15th October 2020-11th February 2021
Winter holidays: 23rd December 2020 -3rd January 2021
Winter exam session: 12th February 2021-28th February 2021
Spring semester: 1st March – 23rd June 2021
Spring vacations: 1st – 6th April 2021
Summer exam session: 24th June – 7th July 2021
Summer vacations/teaching and learning (field classes, work placements): 8th July – 31st August 2021
Exam session: 1st – 26th September 2021
Dates as indicated in the Regulation No 483/2019/2020 of the Rector of Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań on the organisation of the academic year 2020/2021 (issued on 3rd August 2020).
Faculty of Law and Administration Library
Location: Św. Marcin Street 90, 61-809 Poznań
General information: http://lib.amu.edu.pl/?lang=en
Mon-Fri 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Books and Journals Reading Room No. 5
Admission and registration
Users can register in the Lending Library before making use of Library services.
To register users need to present:
– personal ID documents and student IDs*
– 12 PLN
* students without student’s ID will be checked against the student’s exchange program list.
Lending Library (pol. wypożyczalnia)
and place an order electronically. Ordered books will be available for pick-up at the Lending Library within 6 days from the order.
Journals and Reading room (pol. czytelnia)
Ordering a scan via on-line form: https://prawo.amu.edu.pl/strona-glowna/jednostki-organizacyjne/biblioteka/zamow-skan-materialow
Access to databases: http://lib.amu.edu.pl/bazy-danych/
You can find the latest information on COVID-19 measures undertaken by the AMU authorities here.
Update from 4 October 2020 (official statement by Rector Bogumiła Kaniewska):
Several employees of our University have been recently infected with the Covid-19 virus. Due to the development of epidemic threat relating to the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the following measures regulating our operations are being introduced for the period between October 5th and 15th, 2020:
All uncontrolled entrances to the building should be closed without delay.
Visitors entering the building should:
(a) maintain their mouth and nose covered,
(b) disinfect their hands and
(c) have their body temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer at the entrance.
The receptionist shall refuse entrance to the building to visitors whose body temperature is 38 C or higher or to visitors who do not meet conditions (a) and (b) mentioned above.
It is mandatory for all individuals moving in common space (halls, toilets, libraries, classrooms etc.) and employees leaving their workstations to keep their mouth and nose covered.
Within the building it is mandatory to maintain social distance of at least 1.5 meters between themselves and others.
Visitors are allowed to use generally available cloakrooms without attendants.
Employees who are not academic teachers shall do their work on a rotation basis. The supervisor shall make sure that the organization of work ensures appropriate performance of tasks.
At work, the presence of visitors should be limited and contact time with them should be minimized. Only one visitor should be served at a time.
Infected employees should notify their direct supervisor about it without delay, following which the direct supervisor shall notify the Vice-Rector for Human Resources and Development about it.
AMU employees and visitors are committed to complying with AMU mandatory procedures and currently binding regulations and recommendations on preventing, counteracting and fighting Covid-19.