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– Cancels open events, e.g. conferences, symposiums, open lectures, cultural events, etc. (until 30th April 2020);
– Suspends travels abroad and participation of employees, doctoral candidates and students in national conferences (until 30th April 2020).
Following changes shall become effective on 11th March.
More information will be available on the UW website – http://en.uw.edu.pl/information-on-preventing-covid-19-spread-among-the-uw-community/
Prof. Bogdan J., Góralczyk
Centre for Europe
University of Warsaw
Welcome to the Centre for Europe
The Centre for Europe is an integral part of the prestigious and historical University of Warsaw. It is one of the oldest and of the most widely recognised facilities in Poland (as well as in Eastern and Central Europe) representing an interdisciplinary approach to broadly understood European Studies. Thus, our area of research and didactic work includes political studies, legal and socio-economic matters, and cultural issues in internal, regional, external and global dimensions. Our activities are also focused on publishing periodicals, textbooks and didactic materials.
I hope that this Website will provide you with lots of useful information, which will become an incentive for a more extensive cooperation with the Centre for Europe. In this context, I would like to point out that the studies conducted in the Centre offer training programmes taking into account new challenges and problems faced by the EU at the beginning of the 21st century. At the same time, they are adjusted to the needs of the European job market and they improve the students’ practical skills. Another important aspect of the Centre’s operation are the actions in the field of international cooperation between individual researchers and institutes. Therefore, the Centre organises a cycle of international seminars and conferences. It also participates in several international projects.
The Centre is open to cooperation with foreign universities and colleges, science experts and organisations orientated to knowledge, development and creation, in the field of dissemination of knowledge of European integration through research tools and popularising the idea of science as a value.
To sum up, welcome on board and feel free to join our adventure.
Prof. Bogdan Góralczyk
Director of the Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw