|15.06.2015 "The Research Volunteer Programme"
Are you interested in practical social research and want to develop your skills ?
The Volunteer Center of the University of Warsaw invites you to participate in the second
edition of the Research Volunteer Programme (code: 6500-PWB-OG, 3 ECTS, 60 hrs).
Recruitment lasts from 15th June to 3rd September 2015 .To apply, send an email to
with your CV. We’ll inform you about the recruitment meeting, which is planned in September.
More information on our website:
|05.03.2015 "ANNOUNCEMENT !!!"
All students interested in joining e-learning course 3501-S-ARTCRIT-OG "Art Criticism
and Aesthetic Theory in the 20-Centry American Philosophy", (3 ECTS points, 30 hrs) may write
with request for enrolment. Deadline for late enrolment is 12th March.
Course is conducted in English with passing with grade based on amount of points acquired.
Seminar conducted in English as internet course. This course will follow the development of art criticism and its theory as well as the aesthetic theory
in the 20th Century American Philosophy. Students will read and analyse some of the seminal texts in aesthetics such as Arthur C. Danto's „Transfiguration of the Commonplace”,
Frank N. Sibley's and Peter Kivy's „Aesthetic Concepts” or George Dickie's „The Institutional Theory of Art” among others. The course themes will be presented with the help of visual arts
and short fiction. The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the most significant theoretical statements concerning the current state of the arts and to prepare them to carry
out further research in the field.
See syllabus for more information about the course: usosweb.uw.edu.pl
"Language as a 'window' into 'exotic' cultures"
Dear Students,Collegium Artes Liberales invites BA, MA and PhD students to a course of
lectures on 'Language as a 'window' into 'exotic' cultures’, which will
be given by Dr. Marcin Kilarski, visiting professor from Adam Mickiewicz
University in Poznań. In this seminar we will discuss the role of
linguistic examples in the accounts of ‘exotic’ or ‘primitive’ cultures
in the humanities and the social sciences. The seminar is directed
particularly towards students with an interest in the relations between
linguistic structure and cognitive competence, culture and the
construction of social reality, as well as those planning to analyze
linguistic data as part of their own research. The course will take
place between May 7 and June 5.
Registration for language courses (LEK-2011L)
Dear Students,Registration for language courses will begin on Feb 14th 2012 at 9 PM.
Registration for language courses (LEK-2011L)
Dear Students,Due to a non-technical problem the registration for language courses will begin on a different day. Tommorow, that is Feb 11th 2012 there will be an info posted, regarding the new date of the registration. If You have any further questions, feel free to contact us - firstname.lastname@example.org
to administrative procedures, students willing to take written
foreign language exam are requested to arrive 30 minutes
specified exam start time. If, due to the large number of
examination start time will be postponed, end time of the exam will
With the UL service, students register for courses
by means of a virtual currency called tokens. These courses are, as a
rule, open to all students at the University of Warsaw, irrespective
of their field of study or specialisation.
On-line registration via this UL service is obligatory for all
university courses, foreign language courses and examinations, PE
for courses required to be awarded a teaching qualification.
Students must enrol IN PERSON, and ONLY via the UL service.
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Soon, registration for courses under token registration will
thus all students are advised to check if they can log into the UL
The approximate date of the completion of the study period of each
has been recorded in the USOS system. If this date has not been entered
the system or if it has been entered incorrectly, a student will not be
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log in, please report this directly to your Dean's Office.
Furthermore, remember to make sure that you can access the USOSweb
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