Reporting the infection by SARS-COV-2 virus or quarantine

Dear Students,


Due to the growing number of infections with the SARS-COV-2 virus, I would like to remind you that the University of Warsaw has regulations regarding the proper conduct in the event of detection of an infection. Detailed information can be found at For details in English incl. regarding the functioning of student dormitories (dormitories) you can contact also university’s Welcome Point (

I would also like to remind you that, according to the regulations, if you are infected (with a positive test result) or you are sent to quarantine due to close contact with an infected person (quarantine according to the regulations does not apply to fully vaccinated persons), you are obliged to inform a student’s affairs office (respectively: r.kamiń or and acting Vice-Dean for Student Affairs ( about the situation.

The notification should contain the following information:

  1. Name and surname
  2. Field, degree and year of studies
  3. Information about what the report concerns (positive COVID test with an annotation whether a home test or one in diagnostic point was performed; or quarantine)
  4. Date of the last day of stay at the Faculty of Archeology. If after this date you participated in classes in other buildings at the university, please also provide such information.

I would like to remind you that it is not enough to report your absence to the lecturers who conduct your classes – cases of SARS-COV-2 infection require compliance with the national regulations in force during the pandemic.


Yours faithfully

Elżbieta Jaskulska

acting Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
Faculty of Archaeology UW

Goals setting for personal growth – workshops for international students

Dear Students,

We would like to invite you to our next workshops for international students: ‘Goals setting for personal growth’.

The workshop includes:

  • Exercises identifying the vision for life/10 years/5 years/one year – Identifying a Whole Life Vision that maps onto a 10 year vision and then maps onto 3 month vision
  • Choosing Goals to Move Forwards With – Brainstorm their vision and goal ideas. Select meaningful goals that add real value to our lives
  • The strategies to set goals: Set SMART goals (specific/measurable-action oriented-realistic-timebound) – discover your motivation leverage – be active – be creative – understand your why – know your resources – dealing with obstacles – prioritization – staying focused;
  • Good tips on goal-setting tips – see procrastination as a gift – understand your WHY – go slow and achieve more – staying on track – believe in you or know what and when to let go;
  • Getting motivated and choosing a strategy that works for you
  • Exercises: Setting this year goals – The process of setting 3 specific Annual Goals – from starting out right through to choosing an action to take tomorrow


26th November 2021, 9:30 – 4:30 pm

Workshops hours include a break.


The Volunteer Centre of the University of Warsaw
address: Dobra 56/66 00-312 Warsaw (University of Warsaw Library Building – BUW)

Who can participate?

– long term students of 2nd and 3rd year of the first cycle (BA),

– long term students of the second cycle (MA),

– long term students of 4th and 5th year of uniform master level studies


To register to the course please fill in the form on our website:

Application deadline: 15th November, 12 pm.

Please also join our FB event:

Kind regards,
Welcome Point UW

Information on vaccination against tetanus and tick-borne encephalitis

The Administrative Director of the Faculty of Archeology UW informs that employees, undergraduate students, and PhD students associated with the Faculty of Archeology UW can get vaccinated against tetanus and tick-borne encephalitis.

Vaccinations will be carried out in the medical clinic situated at Main Campus, in the small courtyard. The date of vaccination will be announced soon.

How to register:

Employees and PhD students: in person at the Dean’s Office, room 2.03, or by e-mail-

Students – in person at the Faculty Office for Students

Deadline for registration –  November 15, 2021

Cancelled courses on 2nd of November

Dear Students,

I would like to inform you that according to the application made by the Student’s Council of Faculty of Archaeology all courses taking place on the 2nd of November are cancelled. I kindly remind you that the 1st of November is a national holiday in Poland.


Elżbieta Jaskulska

Acting Vice-Dean of Students’ Affairs
Faculty of Archaeology UW

Scholarships for Olympians – new edition

Students in their first year of unified master’s studies or first degree studies at the University of Warsaw who are laureates of national olympiads or participants of international olympiads may apply for special scholarships under the IDUB Programme.

Documents must be submitted by 15 November.

More information:

Elections to the Students’ Council of the Faculty of Archeology, the Faculty Council, and the Teaching Council

Dear Students,
On October 27th, from 8:00 a.m. to 28th to 8:00 a.m., there will be remote elections to the Students’ Council of the Faculty of Archeology (5 seats), the Faculty Council (4 seats), and the Teaching Council (2 seats).

You will be able to vote by logging into the USOS system, going to the “for all” tab, then to “Elections” and the appropriate links for a
specific vote:

1. Elections to the Students’ Council of the Faculty of Archeology
2. Elections to the Council of the Faculty of Archeology
3. Elections to the Teaching Council No. 14

The presentation of the candidates can be found on the Faculty’s website
or on Fb website Rada Samorządu Studentów Wydziału Archeologii.

Every vote counts!
Aleksandra Jaszczurowska
Vice-Chairwoman RSS WA