Welcome Point would like to invite you to our new workshops: ‘The art of public speaking’: http://welcome.uw.edu.pl/6215-2/
The aim of the workshop is:
- getting to know the structure of the presentation,
- learning argumentation techniques,
- formulating the purpose of the speech,
- creating a speech plan,
- influencing the audience by using appropriate argumentation techniques,
- building audience engagement,
- tailoring the message to the audience.
WHEN? 13th-14th July 2021, 10:00 am. – 1:30 pm.
Please note that attendance during two days of workshops is required.
WHERE? If you qualify for the workshop, we will send you a link to the
Who can participate?
– 2nd and 3rd year students of first cycle (Bachelor’s degree)
– 4th and 5th year students of uniform Master studies
– students of second cycle (Master’s degree)
To register to the course please fill in the form: https://forms.gle/nnD3zyCsjqrMXugS9
Application deadline: 4th July (Sunday) 2021, 12 pm.
Please also join our FB event:
Welcome Point UW
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 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.
13th– 24th September 2021
Who can apply?
2nd and 3rd year students of 1st cycle (Bachelor’s degree)
4th and 5th year students of uniform Master studies
Students of second cycle (Master’s degree)
We cordially invite you to an open lecture entitled „Lighting, a Witness of Apexes and Agonies of Societies through the Ages”, which will be delivered by prof. Univ. Laurent Chrzanovski from the Doctoral School of the « Lucian Blaga » University of Sibiu.
The lecture will be held on June 15th at 13:15 online on Google Meet.
Prof. Univ. Laurent Chrzanovski is an archaeologist specializing in the study of ancient oil lamps and lighting techniques. He also works as a specialist for various universities, museums and government bodies, mostly in Switzerland and Romania.
He is the founder and secretary-general of the International Lychnological Association (www.lychnology.org)
He was selected among the 100 best EU researchers for the transdisciplinary series “What makes it tick?” (Huawei Europe) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGrNN4z7ICg&list=PLCuu5t_nsFKD8ZKYqwWxJC1NOCx5EMWfX).
Link to the meeting: https://meet.google.com/eve-hzxy-zbr
Lecture will be held in English.
According to the University of Warsaw academic calendar, 4th June, 2021 is a day off from classes. The building of the Faculty of Archeology UW will be closed.
Academic calendar 2020/2021
Academic calendar 2020/2021 (in Polish)
Dear Colleagues, Dear Students,
On behalf of Dr Florian Matei-Popescu from the Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archeology in Bucharest, I would like to invite you to an open lecture entitled “Roman Camps in the Lower Danube area: how do we find them?”. During the lecture Dr Matei-Popescu will present recent discoveries of the Roman marching camps which were detected with the use of non-invasive surveying methods. The lecture will be held on June 8th at 11.30 online.
Link to the meeting: https://meet.google.com/ewa-shuy-usr
The lecture will be held in English.
The lecture given by Dr. Florian Matei-Popescu at the University of Warsaw are carried out under the University’s Integrated Development Programme (ZIP), co-funded by the European Social Fund.