Jagiellonian Language Centre in Krakow joins Eaquals

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The JCJ is an interfaculty unit of the Jagiellonian University, an ancient centre of learning which recently celebrated its 650th anniversary. The JCJ teaches 11 languages to about 11,000 students each year – including Latin and Esperanto.

Watch this short film to learn more about the centre and meet some of the staff.

Read an article about the JCJ and Eaquals on page 6 of the University newsletter here and a letter of thanks to Eaquals from the Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs, Prof. Andrzej Mania.