Open Thursdays at the UW is a joint project carried out by the Warsaw University Museum, the university’s Promotions Office and the Student Recruitment Office, consisting of a series of meetings with high school pupils. The aim is to familiarize young people with the university’s history, its heritage and the courses it has to offer, along with a step-by-step presentation of the recruitment process. One of the components of the project was going on walks around the historic campus. At present, due to the pandemic, you are invited to take part in virtual walks.
The University’s gardens
The University’s men & women of letters
Fryderyk Chopin at the University
The University Libraries
The Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace
The origins of the University’s collections
The architecture of the University campus
Krybar - – The Battle for the University of Warsaw
When the king lived on today’s University campus
Things at the University you have not seen
Meetings are held on the last Thursdays of the month at 10 am, (currently, online on the ZOOM platform).
Applications and reservations should be made by telephone via the UW Museum:
22 55 20 107 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your application should include the following information:
- your preferred date
- the number of your school
- your teacher’s (or your group leader’s) contact details: full name, telephone number and e-mail
More information can be found on Facebook: OTWARTE CZWARTKI NA UW
Organizatorzy: Uniwersytet Warszawski, Muzeum UW, Biuro ds. Rekrutacji, Biuro Promocji UW.
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