The summer exam session at the Institute of Archeology will take place during the first term provided for by the Rector of the University of Warsaw decision of May 5, 2020, i.e. on June 15 – July 5, 2020.
Examinations during the session will be held according to the ordinance of the University of Warsaw Rector of 4 May 2020, i.e. in a remote form using authorized IT tools and applications.
The list and dates of exams, along with information on how they will be conducted and how to register for them, will be published by June 10, 2020.
All possible information on the final language certification exams can be found here: INFO. More information will be available soon.
Elements of Archaeozology (MA Eng):
– instr. dr U. Iwaszczuk – May 28 th – lab 0.29
A new announcement of the Rector regarding the functioning of the university from May 25th on. INFORMATION
The research team consisting of employees and students from the Department of Psychology and Medical Communication and the University Psychological Counselling Center of the Medical University of Warsaw (WUM), the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw and the Polish Society of Lifestyle Medicine kindly ask you to consider taking a survey on the functioning and well-being of the university students during the COVID-19 pandemic (COVID-19 – Student Experience).
On May 18, the University of Warsaw Library resumes partially its activities. Detailed information – BUW.
In accordance with applicable state regulations, student ID’s are valid until the date the classes are suspended at the university and 60 days from that date. According to www.gov.pl until November 2020.
LEGAL BASIS (in Polish only)
WELCOME POINT announcement:
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 do not have to worry anymore! We are aware that this is a difficult and complicated process. 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.
The meeting will take place on 18th May (Monday) at 12 p.m. To take part in it, please register here.
All students who were registered for the field walking survey class that was supposed to take place this Spring (and got cancelled due to the current situation) – please contact me immediately.
You will be offered a remote class as an equivalent of the survey. It will be held in English by Julia Chyla. You can also contact her directly INFO HERE.
On May 14th, at noon, Vicerector for Student Affairs, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika will be answering all questions regarding current study-related matters.