Rada Samorządu Doktorantów Polskiej Akademii Nauk


The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the world’s largest scholarship organization. Since its establishment in 1925, approximately 2.9 million students and academic staff have benefited from DAAD support, both in Germany and abroad. For candidates from Poland, DAAD offers scholarships for language courses, study stays, and research in Germany. DAAD’s activities go far beyond awarding scholarships. DAAD actively engages in internationalizing German universities, supports initiatives promoting German studies and the German language abroad, collaborates with developing countries, and serves as an advisory body to key political decision-makers in the fields of science, education, and development.

Visit: https://www.daad.pl/ for more information.



The Wrocław Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences was established in December 1970; it is one of the oldest regional institutions of the Academy, with an average number of members of the PAS corporation. Its scope of activity covers the Lower Silesia region. Among the founding members of the Branch were distinguished scholars: Włodzimierz Trzebiatowski, Stanisław Kulczyński, Hugo Steinhaus, Hugon Kowarzyk, Stanisław Tołpa, Alfred Jahn, Henryk Teisseyre. The members of the Branch currently represent a wide spectrum of exact sciences, technical sciences, life sciences, medical sciences, as well as Earth sciences, and they are professionally associated with Wrocław’s universities and PAS scientific institutes.

Visit: https://wroclaw.pan.pl/ for more information.


Wrocławskie Centrum Akademickie (WCA) – a liaison between the city government and the academic community, created and funded by the local government. The municipal initiative that was established to more deeply engage and better harness the potential of universities for the development of Wrocław.

Visit: https://www.wroclaw.pl/akademicki-wroclaw/wroclawskie-centrum-akademickie for more information.

Polish Women Scientists Network – The idea of is to create the first network in Poland connecting female scientists and Polish scholars. The KobietyNauki.org portal and the Polish Women Scientists Network fan page on Facebook are intended to be the virtual spaces to can share thee experiences and establish connections, hoping that this will enable to develop cooperation in various areas, inspire each other, and also seek partners for joint scientific projects.

Visit: https://kobietynauki.org/ for more information.


The Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission (Fulbright Poland) is a public benefit organization based on a bilateral agreement between governments of Poland and the United States. Commission supports academic and cultural exchange of students, scholars and professionals by providing opportunities incl. funding, resources, guidance and networking. Fulbright Poland is a catalyst for talent, harnessing human potential, building lasting connections, advancing knowledge and supporting communities, moving nations closer to a more peaceful world.

Visit: https://fulbright.edu.pl/ for more information.

Relvo sp. z o.o. – polish company with the goal to offer products of the highest quality, focusing on sales, service, and educational support. Relvo’s greatest mission is to be excellent support for entrepreneurs, scientists, laboratory technicians, doctors, and diagnosticians in making decisions, implementing technologies, and solutions that are crucial for the development and economy of the business activities. By acting in accordance with their core values, which include the highest quality and trustworthy, partner-like relationships, Relvo implements their sales policy in Poland and other European countries.

Visit: https://fulbright.edu.pl/ for more information.

Media patrons

Forum Akademickie –  the nationwide information and journalistic monthly (previously called “Przegląd Akademicki”), published since 1991 by the Academic Publishing House in Lublin. The journal deals with the issues of research and higher education.

Visit: https://forumakademickie.pl/ for more information.

eDoktorant.pl – the nationwide project aimed at doctoral students and students in their final years of studies who are planning a career in scientific research and academic studies. The eDoktorant scientific platform is a tool for the exchange of knowledge and experiences among doctoral students, students, and science enthusiasts. The platform allows for finding information about scientific conferences, grant competitions, training programs, and research internships. This is the first platform in Poland created by doctoral students for doctoral students and students in their final years of studies.

Visit: https://edoktorant.pl/ for more information.

Akademickie Radio LUZ – the non-commercial radio station operating at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology, created by students and alumni from all Wrocław universities with the support of professional staff. The station broadcasts 24/7 on 91.6 FM and online at radioluz.pl.

Visit https://radioluz.pl/ for more information.