Over 5 800 visitors, 70 stands prepared by faculties and units of the University of Warsaw, and more than 5 000 chat messages — these are the statistics of this year’s UW Online Open Day. Candidates for studies could learn about the university’s educational offer, admission rules and talk to students and lecturers.
On 24th April, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., the Open Day at the University of Warsaw took place on the dzienotwarty.uw.edu.pl platform. The event was opened by Prof. Sławomir Żółtek, the University of Warsaw Vice-Rector for Students and Quality of Teaching.
The slogan of this year’s Open Day was ‘We create the future’. I am sure that the teaching offer of the University of Warsaw will help you take care of your future. Our University has been recognized as the best Polish university for many years. We truly do know how to create conditions for the development of ambitious and talented young people and how to educate them to look into the future,” said Prof. Sławomir Żółtek, the University of Warsaw Vice-Rector for Students and Quality of Teaching.
Candidates for studies could virtually visit stands prepared by employees of faculties and units, student organisations, and administration offices. According to the platform’s statistics, the most popular stands were the Admissions Office (904 visits), the Faculty of Law and Administration (473), Welcome Point (452), the Faculty of Psychology (411), and the Faculty of Modern Languages (405).
During Open Day, prospective students had access to recruitment materials, they could chat with representatives of a given unit, lecturers, and students as well as take part in online meetings (e.g., on Zoom or Google Meet platforms).
At the virtual meeting, participants could learn the details of the activities of the University of Warsaw Choir, Folk Song and Dance Ensemble of University of Warsaw “Warszawianka”, and the 4EU+ Alliance of which the UW is a member.
Admission for international candidates
Welcome Point, an information point for international students at UW, had the opportunity to present all the necessary information that one may need during recruitment or stay in Poland as a student.
Candidates from abroad can find more information about enrollment on the UW Admissions Office website >>