Welcome Point invites international students

The Welcome Point is the central information service point for international students – both those who come to the UW for one semester exchange and to pursue the whole cycle of their studies. We cooperate closely with the Admissions Office, the International Relations Office, the Office for Student Affairs and other University units to provide you with relevant and up-to-date information in matters related to the University, student activities, and everyday life.
Our team is here to welcome and assist you at the beginning of your stay in Warsaw. Our office is located on the main campus (small courtyard, on the right from the main gate). We hope to make your transition to UW and life in Warsaw as smooth as possible! Feel free to visit us at our office. We are open from Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
We will be glad to answer your questions concerning studies at UW and life in Poland as well as to help you find the way to other University offices.

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Psychological Counselling Centre at the UW

The University of Warsaw opened its Psychological Counselling Center. UW students and employees can get there psychological support. The centre also provides psychoeducation and diagnosis.

 – Our university has been eliminating obstacles for many years. Psychological problems belong to these barriers – said Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika, Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching, during the ceremony of opening of the unit. – We are a community and we want to help each other.

Easter paper lambs – workshop

Easter is getting closer and the University Volunteer Centre invites everyone to participate in a workshop „Mission: Easter lambs”. You will have the opportunity to make Easter paper lambs, which will be delivered to the Warsaw Children’s Hospital.

Legalisation of stay – informational meeting

Welcome Point would like to invite all the non-EU citizens for two information meetings on legal issues concerning residence in Poland. The meetings will be conducted by representatives of International Organization for Migration on 12 March 2018 (Monday).

Warsaw Multicultural Centre: activities, courses and counsels

Warsaw Multicultural Centre (Jagiellońska 54) invites the International Students of the University of Warsaw to participate in activities and courses:
– Open celebrations of the Chinese New Year of Dog
– Polish Language Course for Foreigners
– Psychotherapy in English
– Legal advice

Welcome Point in a new office

We have moved to a new office! We are waiting for all international students in the main campus, just next to the main gate (turn right when you come in the campus through the main gate).