Roadmap

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

    2021

  • fundraising: raising $1 million
  • recruitment of leadership team
  • founding a university and launching the first graduate and postgraduate programs
  • organization of 2 international conferences: Intermarium – space of freedom and order and Collegium Intermarium: the place of truth in times of cancel culture
  • partnership agreement with ISSEP
  • publication of reports: The costs of the breakdown of families and marriages in Poland and Between the Europe of nations and the superstate.

    2022

  • fundraising: raising $1.5 million
  • stablishment of 8 research centers
  • aising funding and launching research programs: cybersecurity, research on Christian civilization
  • launch of academic staff exchange program
  • launch of LL.M. studies.
  • organizing the conference, The future of Poland – faithfulness to the Christian heritage
  • signing of an agreement with the Academy of Zamość (Akademia Zamojska)
  • establishment of the academic cluster of Central Europe
  • co-organization of the international conference in Prague, St. Adalbert and Central Europe
  • launching a series of Intermarium debates
  • establishing cooperation with the Lithuanian Family Movement
  • Collegium Intermarium’s partnership in the convention of the Tri-Mountain Young Generation Forum in Krasiczyn

    2023

  • launch of summer and winter courses
  • a series of 10 open international lectures
  • 12 conferences held with international partners 
  • Festival of Classical Education – a place to promote classical values, cooperation with conservative and technological universities from North America, Europe and Asia
  • launch of majors in social sciences and journalism
  • launch of a major in pedagogy
  • launch of courses and postgraduate studies in Spain aimed at Spanish and Latin American students
  • launch of a publishing house and an international scholarly journal on issues relevant to the Intermarium region

    2024

  • launch of Liberal Arts studies: restitution of liberal arts in the modern world
  • launching the Collegium Intermarium Classical Europe Review: a journal devoted to education and classical Europe
  • establishing cooperation with universities from North America and Europe to deepen research on classical education
  • establishing cooperation with universities from Asia to study and seek common points and similarities between classical Europe and Asian civilization: philosophy, art and culture

    2025

  • Achieving the position of Collegium Intermarium as a permanent reference point in the area of renewal of classical education and Latin civilization
  • starting work on the construction of a modern campus in central Poland
  • construction of research centers and scientific institutes
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