On 22nd April, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika, the UW Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching issued a notice, dedicated to students and doctoral candidates, informing them, among other things, how to submit applications for the allowance aid and other benefits such as social scholarships and scholarships for persons with disabilities. The notice also contains information on the rules for granting them.
UW students and doctoral candidates can receive financial support from the University of Warsaw by applying for social scholarships, scholarships for persons with disabilities or the allowance aid. View the Vice-Rector’s notice >>
Until 30th September, students and doctoral candidates can submit their applications for social scholarships, scholarships for persons with disabilities and the allowance aid.
There is no need to provide paper documents (including the self-signed application and attachments) to the appropriate units.
Please register your application in USOSweb, download as PDF and send it by email (together with the required attachments).
1) Students applying for:
a) social scholarships – scholarship coordinator in a particular unit;
b) scholarships for persons with disabilities – firstname.lastname@example.org;
c) allowance aid – email@example.com.
2) Doctoral candidates applying for:
a) social scholarships and allowances – firstname.lastname@example.org;
b) scholarships for persons with disabilities – email@example.com.
When can students and doctoral candidates apply for the allowance aid?
If you are in a difficult financial situation, resulted from the coronavirus pandemic, you are entitled to apply for allowances. There are the following conditions:
- Loss of a major source of income by you, your spouse or your parent (in case you are financially dependent on them);
- The sudden illness of yours or a member of your immediate family;
- Death of your child, spouse or parent (in case you are financially dependent on them).
The allowance aid can be awarded to international students and doctoral candidates. Their eligibility depends on when they started their studies at the University of Warsaw:
- all international students who started studies on 1st October 2019 and later (i.e. they are on 1st year of studies in academic year 2019/2020) can be awarded the allowance aid;
- international students and doctoral candidates who started studies before 1st October 2019 (i.e. they are on at least 2nd year of studies) can be awarded the allowance aid if they pursue studies on rules applying for Polish citizens (see § 32 of Rules).
If you have any questions, please send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org (in the case of students), and email@example.com (in the case of doctoral candidates).