Classes in the new academic year 2019/2020 start on Thursday, October 3 after the inauguration c.a at 11:15 pm
Mgr M. Mileszczyk would like to announce that due to special circumstances she has to cancel her first classes of the “Archaeological documentation methods”, which take place on October 7th
Coming Tuesday, 10.09 I will be between 12:00 and 13:00
Dear future students,
Welcome Point would like to invite you for a welcome meeting for all international students who will start their studies at University of Warsaw in the academic year 2019/2020.
At the meeting you will learn the most important things about the University itself, basic rules and about possibilities that you will enjoy soon as members of the community. Moreover, you will get a welcome pack and an invitation to more events that are planned in October. It will be also a great opportunity to meet other fellow students. After the meetings we will invite you for a game and pub crawling with local students.
Meeting conducted in English will be held on 30 September (Monday) at the Main Campus:
- Meeting in English – 10:00 am, Auditorium Minus (Old Library), aula
- Meeting in Polish– 12:30,Auditorium Maximum, aula C
Participation in the meeting is free of charge upon registration through this online form (meeting in English): https://forms.gle/cqRDGoNJNrfz6xYT8or this form (meeting in Polish): https://forms.gle/Zmby5WdKGfnBAMj9A.
Detailed programme will be published soon on the Welcome Point website: www.welcome.uw.edu.pl.
We invite you also to join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WelcomePointUW/
In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Welcome Point UW: email@example.com.
See You soon!
Welcome Point Team
The University of Warsaw is offering an unpaid forty eight-hour intensive Polish language
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 buy a ticket, order a coffee or lunch, how to find your way around UW and dealing with basic affairs and phrases essential for social life in Poland.
In this course, intended for second-cycle degree students of the University of Warsaw, we offer:
48 hours of Polish language (40h of linguistic skills / 8h of cultural classes) at basic level professional and passionate teaching team classes in the Main Campus of the University of Warsaw absorbing atmosphere in international environment
WHEN: 16-27 September 2019
Polish language course
This is to remind you – to get the grade for participation in excavations you need to provide the “sekretariat” with the “Karta Ćwiczeń Wykopaliskowych” completed and signed by you and the Instructor. It has to be included into your file before the end of the academic year. All the Instructors were provided with relevant forms and information.
The Instructors should also allow you to evaluate anonymously the excavations with the adequate “ankieta oceny”.
Hav a very nice excavation experience!
10.06.2019 godz. 10:00 – 12:00 Methodology, D. Błaszczyk, s. 1.14
11.06.2019 godz. 12:00 – 14:00 Roman and barbarian coins (OGUN), A. Bursche, s. 2.11
14.06.2019 godz. 14:00 – 16:00 Archaeology of the Near East, D. Ławecka, s. 2.07
18.06.2019 godz. 12:00 – 14:00 Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, D. Ławecka, s. 2.07
18.06.2019 godz. 14:00 – 16:00 Ancient history of the Near East, D. Ławecka, s. 2.07
19.06.2019 godz. 10:00 – 12:00 Archaeology of the Near East, A. Smogorzewska, s. 1.14
24.06.2019 godz. 10:00 -12:00 History of Egypt A. Wodzińska, s. 1.09
26.06.2019 godz. 10:00 – 12:00 Archaeology of Egypt and Nubia, A. Wodzińska, s. 1.09
Dates for the resits are as follows:
02.09.2019 godz. 14:00 – 16:00 Methodology, D. Błaszczyk, s. 1.14
05.09.2019 godz. 12:30 and so on… History of Ancient Near East (1st year), P. Bieliński, s. 2.07a
Dr hab. Miłosz Giersz and Dr. Wiesław Więckowski would like to invite everyone to participate in lectures by Dr J. Marla Toyne from the University of Central Florida, Orlando, U.S.A. They will take place at the Institute of Archeology of the University of Warsaw on 27-30 May 2019.
Details here: JMToyne
The 2019 summer semester archaeological photography classes were passed by students with the following index numbers: