The National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) granted the funding of 350,000 zł to the University of Warsaw. The awarded funding is allocated for scholarships for students and doctoral candidates who had to flee Ukraine and decided to stay in Poland.
The University of Warsaw is awarded funds for scholarships for students and doctoral candidates from Ukraine. The funding is granted by the National Agency for Academic Exchange under the programme “Solidarity with Ukraine”.
The funds of 350,000 zł are allocated to the UW for financing of scholarships for students and doctoral candidates from Ukraine. The amount includes 125,000 zł to be conferred to scholarships for doctoral candidates. Thus, beneficiaries of the programme can prepare their doctoral dissertations, take part in language classes, as well as preparatory and/or adaptation courses. Learning opportunities are provided until 30th September 2022.
The courses are offered free of charge to the beneficiaries of the programme. In addition to the tuition waiver, the participants receive a scholarship. If needed, psychological support and legal assistance are provided as well.
The “Solidarity with Ukraine” NAWA programme is addressed to students and doctoral candidates, who are citizens of Ukraine and arrived in Poland after 23rd February 2022.
More information about the programme is available on the NAWA website >>
Representatives of the University of Warsaw, Warsaw University of Technology, and the French Institut international de l’énergie nucléaire (I2EN) signed a cooperation agreement to establish a new framework for students’ education in the field of nuclear energy.
The University of Warsaw was duly represented by Professor Sambor Grucza, Vice-Rector for Cooperation and Human Resources. The agreement was also signed by Professor Mariusz Malinowski, Vice-Rector for Research, Warsaw University of Technology, and Karen Daifuku, Director representing the International Institute for Nuclear Energy.
“As a European, I perceive the cooperation between the International Institute for Nuclear Energy and the University of Warsaw, and, actually, between France and Poland, in a sheer European spectrum. The recent years prove that the European Union should not be taken for granted. Yet it should be properly taken care of and cherished, sometimes even fight for. I am profoundly convinced that the collaboration between the I2EN and the University of Warsaw should become another milestone to reach the given aims and goals. The set dimensions of our cooperation will create a perfect pattern to follow,” Prof. Sambor Grucza, Vice-Rector, stated.
The signed cooperation agreements are believed to encourage young people to commence their studies in the fields that are associated with nuclear energy. Joint actions cover specialist courses in nuclear energy, double diploma programmes, mobility and exchange programmes between French universities and technical universities, as well as seminar classes for the students who intend to work within the nuclear energy sector.
“Our partner universities are not only interested in educating their students as future experts in nuclear energy, but also introduce plenty of skills and proficiencies that are necessary to realise Polish ambitions about the development of nuclear energy,” Karen Daifuku of I2EN said.
Employment advertisement for a main contractor (scientific-technical position at the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw) in the project entitled: “Innovative, high-performance air filter for removing viruses and other biological pathogens, dedicated to commonly used ventilation systems (Nowirflow)”, financed by the National Center for Research and Development as a part of the 5/1.1.1/2020 Fast track – Coronaviruses competition, POIR number: 01.01.0100.2402/20. The project is carried out by an industrial and scientific consortium: KLIM-SPAW Ltd. – University of Warsaw. Project manager on behalf of the University of Warsaw: Witold Uhrynowski, PhD. Deadline for applications: 16 May 2022. For more info see >> pdf