In the video, dedicated to all UW students, doctoral candidates and employees, Prof. Marcin Pałys, the University of Warsaw rector spoke about current and future challenges, and ways to cope with them. He expressed his gratitude to members of the UW community for their work and commitment. The UW vice-rectors raised issues concerning education, research and financial policy. On 2nd April at noon, during an online meeting, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika will be answering all education questions.

Prof. Marcin Pałys presented actions taken by the University of Warsaw to provide the optimum conditions for studying and working in times of the coronavirus pandemic. He also mentioned current and future challenges, as well as the engagement of many members of the UW community and their contribution to the university operation.


We managed to start activities related to online classes. I am very happy, and I would like to thank all academic teachers who prepared classes in a very short time. Thanks to those, who enabled placing the materials online, and provided technical support, and all the others, administration offices that worked on shifts, so that everyone else could work remotely. Thank you, students and doctoral candidates for understanding that not everything is could be done perfectly at once.”

In the video, the UW rector stressed that UW changes the circulation of documents, including financial documents. Soon there will be new regulations.


Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika, the University of Warsaw Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Quality of Teaching addressed issues related to education to members of the UW community. On 2nd April at noon, Prof. Jolanta Choińska-Mika will respond to all questions during an online meeting. All students, doctoral candidates and prospective students are welcome to participate in it.


We are considering changing the dates of the summer exam session so that everyone could catch up. We are taking into consideration different possibilities. The dates of admissions for first-cycle studies, long-cycle studies, depend on Matura Exams dates. If they change, we also change our plans.”

Issues concerning research and financial policy were also raised in other videos, prepared by the UW vice-rectors Prof. Maciej Duszczyk and Prof. Andrzej Tarlecki (last video).