The University of Wroclaw in all its activities is based on two basic values: truth and freedom of expression. The European character of the open and tolerant university emphasizes its geographical and cultural location – on the Polish, Czech and German border.
Our mission is to lead and promote research of the highest, world-class quality. We maintain close ties with Wrocław and Lower Silesia. At the same time, we are open to cooperation with universities and enterprises from Poland and abroad. Together, we want to build a center of scientific, intellectual and cultural life.
We believe that a high level of education, exchange of ideas, ideas and multiculturalism – students and lecturers – are the foundation of a civil society for which development is the most important goal.
The reality that surrounds us, works created by nature and by man constitute unity. In the first period of schools and universities, getting to know the world was about studying and understanding this unity. However, with the development of scientific research, far-reaching specialization followed, the atomization of knowledge, the loss of the idea of unity.
Studium Generale has a long tradition. It was founded by prof. Jan Mozrzymas (1937-2006), physicist, rector of the university in the term 1984-1987 and appointed by resolution of the Senate of the University of Wrocław on February 17, 1993. On March 5, 2013, it celebrated its twenty years of operation. Meetings of the seminar are open to all interested parties. The lecture, during which the author presents the latest results of research in a specific field of knowledge against the background of previous scientific achievements, as well as his thoughts and reflections, takes about 45 minutes. Then a discussion is held, preceded by an introduction.