Dormitories in 2022/2023 academic year

The end of the summer semester is not only the session, but also the time to apply for dormitory place. Here are some essential information about the procedure and deadlines.

IPLC – Intensive Polish Language Course for UW students 2022!

  Dear Students! The University of Warsaw is offering an unpaid 40-hour intensive Polish language course online. The course is aimed at preparing international students for living, learning, working and enjoying living in Poland. Participants of the course will explore at the elementary level secrets of the Polish language and acquire knowledge of Polish culture essential to reside in Poland, eg. how to

Internationalisation and mobility support actions

The University of Warsaw introduces a number of support initiatives within internationalisation and mobility to help visiting employees, doctoral candidates and students. Welcome Point is an important part of these efforts. Here we are presenting our actions under the “HR Excellence in Research at the UW in June” campaign.

Foundation year 2022/2023 at University of Warsaw

University of Warsaw offers an extraordinary opportunity to undertake Foundation Year, an intensive one-year preparatory course in English language aimed at secondary school graduates and university graduates from all over the world. The first round of enrollment is open until June 29th. 

The 2022/2023 admissions to the UW

Admissions to first-cycle and full-cycle studies at the UW in the 2022/203 academic year start on 6th June. Until 5th July, applications can be registered via the Internet Recruitment of Candidates system. The UW also prepared an educational offer for applicants from Ukraine.

Admission for ‘Solidarity with Ukraine’ programme

On June 6, admission for the programme “Solidarity with Ukraine” will be launched.  The course will last from July 1 to September 30, 2022 and will be financed by NAWA (Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange).

5 steps to legalise your stay in Poland

We are aware that the legalisation process is difficult and complicated. That is why the Welcome Point organizes the educational campaign ‘5 steps to legalise your stay in Poland’ in which we will answer all your questions and help you get through it.  

Students about studying at the UW

Between 23rd May and 13th June students of the University of Warsaw can complete a University-wide survey for their opinions about the studies, administration services, their attachment and commitment with the UW etc. The survey will be carried out by the Education Quality Evaluation Unit, Office for Education Innovations, UW.