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No transparency in the rating system, almost a lottery
No interest for students coming from the southern neighbourhood . Programme focused almost on eastern neignbours ,
Professors not always implicated with students (Master thesis supervision)
A multicultural programme than can easly turn to a cultral chock
An administration that doesn’t interact with students, rigid and static with few exceptions
However, the programme still really interesting, the campus is really nice and the residences are comfortable and well equiped,
Professor & courses of high level
The bilingual program is challenging and extremely interesting. A diverse and deep study program with study trips in different countries with your fellow students, the ‘flying faculty’ of visiting professors from all over the world with most actual expertise. VIP visits to campus, when you have the opportunity to communicate with ambassadors, ministers, and commissioners. A wide range of extracurricular.
In Natolin campus there is a unique atmosphere of students’ community, the campus itself is amazing: a historical palace, a natural reserve park, very good living conditions, excellent food. But the most important thing – this feeling of being part of the family.
Warsaw itself is beautiful and full of interesting places and events.
But all this comes with the price. It’s a year of hard labour and high pressure. So you need to be ready for this. But it’s totally worth it. If you’re looking for the degree in the realm of the European Studies – it’s the best shot, probably.
Courses are interesting and give a great panorama an about how the European Union and it’s institutions works. Teachers are highly experienced on EU topics, although some courses could be boring since some professors are not academics. What I liked the most was the study trips and the cultural events inside and outside the CoE. Dorms are more than well equipped allowing students to concentrate full time on the intensive studies.