Elizabeth I. Lekahena decided to study International Relations at the University of Warsaw because of Model of United Nations (MUN). It is an educational simulation in which students at high school, and university level learn more of diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations.
Dear Fellow Students,
We gladly would like to invite you to our event we are organizing on 22nd, 23rd and 24th of June. We are renting a tram where we’ll lead discussions on how to react to instances of verbal and physical harassment in public places for both local and foreign participants.
According to the Perspektywy University Ranking 2018, the University of Warsaw is the best university in Poland. It ranked 1st, ex aequo with the Jagiellonian University. The Warsaw University of Technology occupied the 3rd place.
Ceopernicus Science Centre (CSC) has an extraordinary pleasure to invite every person involved in scientific environment to the lecture of Prof. Tim Hunt – How to succeed in science?
Semester’s final exams and long hours of studying are just around the corner. As every year, UW Students’ Union and UW HERE organise a booth in University Library (BUW).
The application process to studies conducted in English language for the academic year 2018/2019 has already begun! The University of Warsaw offers for candidates from all over the World more than 20 degree programmes. Accordingly, the broad range of available educational choices provides a comprehensive perspective and exclusive opprotunity to obtain a university-level education.
The Foundation Year for secondary school graduates is an intensive programme aimed at improving language skills, as well as preparing candidates wishing to study in English at the University of Warsaw or other Polish universities.
The “Wspólny język Powiśla” (Powiśle speaks one language) Team invites you again to learn more about Warsaw, Powiśle district and people living there.
There are two new events planned in order to involve students in cooperation with the Powisle locals (Dobra 55 Street and the vicinity).
Martijn de Jonge is a Bachelor student at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen in the Netherlands. “I was once in Warsaw for a short holiday and I really liked the city. I decided to spend my Erasmus scholarship here. A lot of people from my university choose Great Britain, Belgium or Germany, but I wanted to experience another culture, different from my own. Because, for me, these countries are similar to the Netherlands” explains Martijn.
Meeting Place Warsaw invites for: Nice to see You – Warsaw Hospitality Days from 25th to 27th of May 2018 throughout Warsaw.
The first Warsaw Hospitality Days consist of 30 events in 8 different languages.