The PAFF and UW School of Education runs the only one in Poland free full-time postgraduate course for the future teachers of Polish, History and Social Studies, Mathematics, and Biology and Life Sciences The second round of enrollment for the last students that can be accepted for 2020/2021 academic year has just been launched.
Eligible to apply are students and graduates of MA/MSc courses in the following fields of study:
- Polish Studies;
- Biology and related fields (such as Environmental Protection, Biotechnology, Animal Science, Microbiology);
- Mathematics and related fields (e.g. Physics, Informatics, Finance and Accounting);
The course is also for those practicing teachers with up to 10-year work experience who want to improve their teaching and educating skills.
The enrollment will last only to June 28, 2020. You better hurry up because the program of the School of Education becomes more and more popular each year. The details of enrollment can be found HERE.
Scholarship and free residence hall accommodation
The School of Education students may apply for a scholarship of PLN 2,000 a month. Financial support funded by Polish-American Freedom Foundation allows to cover their costs of living. In 2019/2020 academic year 100% of students are getting scholarships.
Those who reside outside Warsaw can also have a free single room at a University of Warsaw residence hall. More information on the scholarship program can be found HERE.
Why is it worth studying at the School of Education?
A course at the School of Education lasts 10 months; it starts in the 3rd week of August and ends in the 3rd week of June. Its nature is unique: the course is postgraduate, yet full-time, the classes are held everyday from Monday to Friday. That is why the students can hope for such an attractive scholarship program.
The studies offer many advantages, including carefully prepared program of internships, individual tutoring and small-group classes where emphasis is put on discussion and systematic progress analyses. The graduates get University of Warsaw diploma and license for teaching the chosen subject at both primary and secondary schools. They are also covered by a 2-year support program. That innovative program was created in cooperation with renowned Teachers College Columbia University, New York.
For more information please contact:
tel. 505 759 800