According to a new ordinance on the organisation of the 2020/2021 winter semester, issued by Prof. Alojzy Z. Nowak, the UW Rector, classes, lectures, exams and lecturers’ duty hours will be conducted remotely.

On 7th September, Prof. Alojzy Z. Nowak signed the ordinance regulating the organisation of education in the coming semester.


Teaching will be delivered by a blend of in-person and online provision, with the majority of classes and lectures being delivered remotely. Some classes, however, which require contact with lecturers can be conducted on the UW campuses (respecting health and well-being recommendations and guidelines). It applies particularly to laboratories, practical classes, classes integrating first-year students (undergraduate and long-cycle studies), or working experience.


Decisions on what classes will be delivered on the university premises will be announced by a relevant unit by 21st September.


Exams, credits, diploma examinations, and where possible PE classes are to be held remotely.


Foreign language courses and university-wide classes (OGUNy) will be conducted online.


View the ordinance (in Polish) >>