In the academic year 2020/2021, foreign language certification examinations, both the written and oral parts, administered at Warsaw University, will be conducted remotely. The same skills as before, that is, in the traditional examination form, will be tested: listening, reading, writing, speaking as well as grammatical-lexical knowledge. The structure of the examinations will be similar
The Department of Foreigners invites you to participate in information Saturdays. The next meeting is scheduled for 28th November. Due to the epidemiological situation, only persons who booked an appointment at the office will be admitted to the Information Saturday.
We are back with the Online Multicultural Meetings at the University of Warsaw!
It is a great opportunity to learn about various cultures through the stories of students from around the world.
We are happy to invite all long term international students to the next edition of ‘Emotions management in epidemic and post-epidemic world’ workshops with Dorota Kobylińska, PhD from the Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw.
Belarusians living in Poland can sign up for free Polish classes provided by the Faculty of Applied Linguistics of the University of Warsaw together with the Open University of Warsaw. The online course will help participants with acclimatisation and adaptation to their life in Poland.