UW is known for its psychology programme. The program is curated with utmost attention to detail and offers a variety of options for students with different career aspirations. It prepares you for the scientific field with keeping in mind cross cultural experiences. The professors are highly competent and understanding. The staff is helpful. The management could be a little better but nevertheless, it is commendable.View more
My program is dedicated to Hungarian studies. It’s four years long and I think that’s the right amount of time to learn this language.
I would like to concentrate on teachers first. In my opinion, they are really dedicated to their work and they truly believe in what they’re doing. All of them treat students with respect and they are understanding. They want us to know the stuff and if anyone has any problems with the material they are always happy to help. I have no bad words towards them, they are amazing people and truly dedicated to their work.
Moving on to the program itself. It is intensive, but it contains a lot of hours to teach students the language and after half of the year everyone should know the basics. But it also contains subjects like philosophy, which in my opinion is not really useful and also it does not refer to the program directly. There are also classes of anthropology which for me personally were really interesting, but also we did not discuss topics connected to Hungarian culture. Other than that, the rest of the classes that the program contains are fully dedicated to Hungarian culture.
Overall I would recommend that program to people who are interested in Hungarian culture or want to become translators. Thanks to teachers who are dedicated to their work it is easy to find the motivation to study. Also, the programme is small and students are in groups containing max 15 people and there are no more than 30 places available per year. This little amount of people makes the atmosphere really friendly and nice.
Practical work and amazing, friendly, available, and down-to-earth professors
courses in many foreign languages, free Masters’s programs, available scholarships for international students. flexible timetable, international cooperation with other universities, practical support from staff. Accommodation to help process visa (the only thing here is that you can’t have your own room, you must share with a student). I highly recommend it to everyone! A whole department to assist victims of discrimination and other injustice in school.
I spent over three years studying at the Institute of English Studies of the University of Warsaw. The experience was wonderful. The faculty is qualified and competent with a good mastery of their subjects. The campus is in the middle of the city, hence very accessible.
The only downside would be with finding rooms in the student dormitories which is not easy. You may end up in a dormitory that you do not like.
Besides that, everything else is great at the University of Warsaw. Integration into the labor market is another major plus. There are plenty of jobs available. And once you graduate from a Polish higher education institution, you are eligible for the work permit.
I would definitely recommend the University of Warsaw.View more
The university provides its students with professors, who are driven by passion, professionalism and fairness. The classes are well-structured, never cease to be interesting and are always up to date with the modern world. The workload is moderate, meaning it is just enough to have time for personal growth while doing research, but also not over the top. University facilities are modern and convinient. University organizes all kinds of events to bring the student community even closer.View more
I like that we have professors which like their field of teaching and try to make students love it and show more than the syllabus require. The thing that we have to do a preorder of some merch of the faculty annoys me. I also have that if you want to participate in some university life aspects you need to fit in the required standards of the university clubs or offices.View more
The curriculum is great. The professors genuinely love their subjects and teaching. A lot of research work which helps to memorize information not just from lectures, but on our own. Great “reward” system. So far haven’t met a single professor who’d be rude towards students or degrade them/harass/penalize. Fair treatment of all, no discrimination.View more
I loved the uni of Warsaw. The professors who held the international Erasmus classes were amazing. Discussions during class were interesting and fun. I would go to the university of warsaw again in a heartbeat.View more
I’m pleasantly surprised by the open-mindedness and language skills of our professors. My favourite thing about the course is that the emphasis is on the practice. I’d definitely recommend it to a friend who likes to carry out inspirational projects in teams.View more
I was extremely pleased with my studies. This is one of just 3 universities in Poland in which you can study Indology and a lot of the professors are experts known all over the world. They have a real passion for the subject of the study and are very engaged in their work. It’s one of the best places to study India in the whole of Europe. You need to be willing to put a lot of work and time into your studies as there’s really a lot of things to learn in not so much timeView more