Online meeting with the UW Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching

On 14th May at noon, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika, the UW Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching, will be answering frequently asked questions on the current study-related matters, e.g. upcoming examination period, exams and credits, as well as changes to the academic calendar. The meeting will be held live on the UW profile on Facebook.

5 steps to legalise your stay in Poland

Dear Students!

Are you from a non-EU country and would like to stay longer in Poland, but you have no idea how to legalise your stay? The legalisation procedure was easy for you, but the outbreak of the coronavirus made you not know how to extend your stay? Or are you curious how to do it in the future, when the situation will return to normal? You don’t have to worry anymore!

Rules for conducting online exams

The UW Rector decided on the rules for conducting remote exams. In a new rector’s order, there is information regarding, e.g. IT tools that can be used to control the course of exams and their registration.

Changes in the academic calendar

Due to the limited functioning of the University of Warsaw during the coronavirus pandemic, the Rector of the University of Warsaw issued a decision on changing the organization of the ongoing academic year. It applies in particular to teaching classes in the summer semester and the summer examination session.

Message regarding financial support for students and doctoral candidates

On 22nd April, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika, the UW Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching issued a notice, dedicated to students and doctoral candidates, informing them, among other things, how to submit applications for social scholarships, scholarships for persons with disabilities or allowances. The notice also contains information on the rules for granting them.

Online Open Day at UW

What is it like to study at UW? Do you have some questions regarding admissions, study programmes or student matters? On 25th April at 10 am on the UW Facebook page, the University of Warsaw organises its Online Open Day.

New guidance for studying and working during coronavirus outbreak

The University of Warsaw is continually monitoring the situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic. On 7th April, the UW rector issued the new orders on studying and working arrangements at the University of Warsaw. Measures brought in by UW aim to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among the UW community.

Job offer

We are inviting candidates to work as Welcome Point team member (knowledge of Polish language is required).