8th International Staff Training Week University of Warsaw

Hosting Higher Education Institution:
University of Warsaw
Institution website:
http://www.iro.uw.edu.pl
Country:
Poland
Language:
English
Dates:
Monday, 29 May, 2017 to Friday, 2 June, 2017
Registration fee:
free of charge
Maximum number of participants:
22
Deadline for applying:
Friday, 31 March, 2017
Accommodation:
Accommodation not provided
Contact person details:
Joanna Nagłowska (joanna.naglowska@adm.uw.edu.pl)

Jakub Rejniak (jakub.rejniak@adm.uw.edu.pl)

International Officers

The International Relations Office of the University of Warsaw

takes the pleasure in inviting you to the 8th International Staff Training Week organized under the theme of: CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION. RESOLVING CONFLICTS IN A MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY

For those who want to:

  • take part in a series of workshops on communication in international environment
  • work on the ways of coping with problematic intercultural situations
  • share ideas from different interdisciplinary perspectives on communication across cultures in international University
  • analyze intercultural competence necessary in international University
  • get familiar with some aspects of Polish culture, traditions and customs
  • visit the University of Warsaw

Target group: administrative staff members from partner universities, particularly those who work in multicultural environment

Number of participants: 22 (max. 4 persons per country in order to ensure a mixed, international setting)

Working language: English (a good communication level is required - at least B2)

Fee: the training is free of charge.

Costs of travel, insurance, accommodation and subsistence are to be covered by the participants. They can apply for Erasmus+ Staff Training Grant at their home institutions.

Accommodation & Travelling: hotel and travel information will be sent to all selected participants.

Draft program (can be subject to changes) and application form.

Application deadline: 31 March, 2017

Attachments: 
stt_-_programme_2017.pdf (383.19 KB)Download