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Dear Students,
in connection with the introduction of the state of epidemic in Poland, by the decision of the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Science and Higher Education, all the classes in the traditional form for students, post-graduate students and course participants are suspended until 10 April (inclusive).

We would like to remind you that the diploma exams, retakes, as well as the duty hours of the Rector, President, Vice-Rectors, Deans and Vice-Deans are also cancelled. The WSEiZ Library and Reading Room are closed, and the duties of Dean’s offices have been reduced. Please communicate with the University’s staff by e-mail or telephone (Contacts).

The University authorities, academic staff and administration staff will make every effort to fully implement the curriculum during this semester. Currently, the classes are held using various methods and techniques of remote learning. Fieldwork, open-air workshops and some laboratory exercises are planned to be completed at the end of the semester, while exams of the subjects that end in the first half of the semester will be held during the summer examination session. This requires more effort and self-discipline from all of us: teachers, students and administrative staff. We ask for patience and understanding in this unusual situation.

For the sake of the health safety of the academic community of the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw, we ask you to be careful and follow the recommendations for preventing the spread of coronavirus which can be found at


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Basic health and safety principles

It is important to observe basic prevention rules, which will significantly reduce the risk of coronavirus infection: Wash your hands frequently
Remember to wash your hands frequently with soap and water, and if this is not possible, disinfect them with alcohol-based liquid/gel (min. 60%). There is a risk of virus transmission from contaminated surfaces on hands, e.g. by touching the face or rubbing the eyes. Washing your hands frequently therefore reduces the risk of infection.

Apply protection during sneezing and coughing
When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or tissue - throw the tissue into a closed basket as soon as possible and wash your hands with soap and water or disinfect them with alcohol-based agents (min 60%). Covering your mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing prevents the spread of germs, including viruses. If you do not respect this principle, objects, surfaces or touched persons can be easily contaminated, for example when greeting.

Keep a safe distance
Keep a distance of at least 1-1.5 meters with a person who coughs, sneezes and has a fever. When someone with respiratory disease coughs or sneezes, s/he excretes under pressure small droplets that contain the virus. If you are too close, you can inhale the virus.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Hands touch many surfaces that may be contaminated with the virus. Touching your eyes, nose or mouth with contaminated hands can cause the virus to spread from the surface to your body.

If you have a fever, cough, breathing difficulties, seek medical attention
If you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing, seek medical attention according to the guidelines published on the website of the Ministry of Health or the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. Symptoms from the respiratory system together with the fever can have many causes, e.g. viral (flu viruses, adenoviruses, rhinovirus, coronaviruses, parainfluenza viruses) or bacterial (Haemophilusinfluenzaea, whooping cough, chlamydia, mycoplasm). Depending on your travel history and other circumstances, the new coronavirus may be one of them.

If you have mild respiratory symptoms and have not travelled to China, Italy and other areas of coronavirus
If you have mild respiratory symptoms and you have not travelled to coronavirus sites, carefully follow basic rules of respiratory and hand hygiene and if possible, stay home until you recover.

Avoid the consumption of raw or undercooked animal products
Handle raw meat, milk or animal organs carefully to avoid cross-contamination through uncooked food, in accordance with good food safety rules.

Protect yourself and others from getting sick by carefully following the above rules.

The National Health Fund Hotline 800 190 590, where you can obtain information on how to deal with a suspected coronavirus infection.


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Dear Sirs,


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Dear Sirs,
in the interests of safety of the staff and students of Wyższa Szkoła Ekologii i Zarządzania w Warszawie (University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw), persons recently staying on the territory of Italy (regions of Lombardia, Veneto, Piedmont, Emilia Romagna and Liguria), Iran, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Taiwan please follow the below mentioned guidelines of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate:


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Dear Students!
Are you interested in taking part in ERASMUS+ programme? Do you have any questions about the schoolarship? Would you like to know more about the programme?
We are pleased to invite you for the meeting with our coordinators and former participants of students’ exchange!


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Since its creation in 1987, the Erasmus+ programme has enabled more and more participants to be mobile, thus strengthening their skills and open-mindedness. The number of learners who have benefited from Erasmus reached 10 million in 2019 and growing!
To celebrate this important milestone and the incredible success of more than 30 years of programme implementation, the Erasmus+ team is happy to announce the launch of a photo competition.


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Are you a student or alumni of Polish university? You feel that your Polish experience is something special indeed and you would like to share it with the world? Join efforts of NAWA's Department of Communication and Promotion and become a Digital Ambassador of Poland!



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We are happy to announce the enrollment for studies and traineeships in accordance with Erasmus+ Programme in the summer semester, academic year 2019/20.

The grant depends on the country of destination and ranges from 400 euro to 500 euro per month (studies) and from 500 euro to 600 euro per month (traineeships).

Students having a right to receive a grant for financially disadvantaged students during the enrollment for studies and traineeships in accordance with Erasmus+ Programme are going to take part in the mobility, receiving extended grant in the framework of the project “International mobility of disabled and financially disadvantaged students. 2nd Edition, 2019” POWER 2014-2020 cofinanced from the European Social Fund.

A student from the final year may do the traineeship mobility as a recent graduate within one year after the graduation. The student need to enroll not later than at the last year of studies.

The list of Partners Universities is here.

The application form (with attachments) need to be delivered to the room no 6, Olszewska 12 str. to Erasmus+ Coordinators: mgr inż. Karolina Urban and mgr Paulina Wąż or send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. only from September, 10th to October 10th 2019.

For more information click here or contact Erasmus+ Coordinators: mgr inż. Karolina Urban and mgr Paulina Wąż
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
phone: +48 22 825 80 34/35 wew. 131
room no 6, Olszewska 12 str., 00-792 Warsaw

WIf you are not sure read the students’ reports from their mobilities, apply, go to Erasmus and live the adventure of a lifetime!

Studies in Lisbon

Traineeships in Brussels


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BUDDY programme is addressed to students with a keen interest in helping foreign students coming to the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw according to Erasmus+ Programme.
Do you like meeting new people? Do you like taking on new challenges? Would you like to practice English? Everybody may be a Buddy!

Tasks carried out by the Buddies:

Before arrival:

  • being in touch with the student in order to know when and where he/she is going to come to Warsaw.

After arrival:

  • airport pick-up,
  • assistance with accommodation in dormitory and paperwork at the University,
  • making acquaintance with the University (buildings, halls, library etc.),
  • Warsaw sightseeing,
  • assistance with daily problems or inconveniences (public transport, bank account etc.).

If you are interested, send your application (name, surname, phone, e-mail) till September 6, 2019 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

We look forward to receiving your application!