Students

Admissions

To seek admission to the American Studies BA program, you have to have your high-school education completed and a good grade or score for your high-level English. Getting accepted to the MA level requires a BA diploma and a good score for the entrance exam. For details, see the Admissions page.

Bachelor of Arts (BA Program)

 

BA quick links

Master of Arts (MA Program)

 

MA Quick links

Student graduation 2018

Financial aid

Warsaw University offers a wide array of social services to aid students financially. These include awards, stipends, one-time financial assistance, health insurance, university accomodation

Erasmus & other scholarships

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Student groups are a perfect place to meet likeminded students, develop skills, and learn more about American culture

Student Groups and Organizations – general info

From Latin American literature to SF graphic novels, from cultural theory seminars to horror movie nights, from guest lectures to bookclubs, BA and MA students can choose from a variety of cultural and academic events organized by their colleagues and overseen by academic supervisors. Student groups are a perfect place to meet other like­minded students, engage in friendly debates, develop organizational and communication skills, and learn more about American culture in all its fascinating guises. Participants receive 2 OZN points per meeting and event organisers 4 OZN.

ASC Students’ Union

Board of ASC Students’ Union

  • Aleksandra Mackiewicz – President (aj.mackiewicz@student.uw.edu.pl)
  • Julia Guział – Vice-President
  • Nikola Wróblewska
  • Anna Kraszewska
  • Wiktoria Abramczyk (EUROREG)

University of Warsaw Students’ Parliament

  • Aleksandra Mackiewicz
  • Anita Krawczyk

Student Representatives in the Institute of Americas and Europe

  • Aleksandra Mackiewicz
  • Julia Guział
  • Nikola Wróblewska
  • Olga Strycharczyk (EUROREG)
  • Maria Ciupka (EUROREG)

 

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