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To view the offer of university-wide variable courses, click HERE
- Students complete a university-wide variable course in a discipline which is not the leading discipline of their field of study. Before registering for a university-wide variable course it is necessary to learn what is the leading discipline of one’ s field of study and not to choose courses that are assigned to that discipline.
- The permissible form of classes in which the course is conducted are: lectures, classes or seminars.
- The number of course hours is 15.
- Each course is assigned with 2 ECTS points.
- The course ends with a credit with a grade.
- For students of part-time programmes, a 9-hour course length of university-wide courses shall be allocated (60% of the full-time programme hours).
- Course classes for part-time students shall be conducted taking into account classes (weekend sessions) on particular programmes. Course registration is carried out by coordinators of study programmes, who may plan the implementation of these classes in joint groups for different programmes.
Students who fail to obtain a credit for the course are required to repeat the courses within the framework of the university-wide courses after completing the formalities resulting from the Rules of Studies. These formalities must be completed at the faculty’s dean’s office within a period of time that allows for enrolment in accordance with the enrolment schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I learn which category of university-wide courses should I choose my course from?
Where does the registration take place and how to register?
A detailed description of the registration can be found in the manual. A detailed description of the registration can be found in the manual: Rejestracja elektroniczna dla studentów
When does registration for the courses take place?
- First round of registration – first week of June of the previous academic year (through the USOSweb system)
- Second round of registration – after completing the first round of registration, till the 2nd week of classes in the winter semester of a given academic year (individually, with coordinators of university-wide courses)
Registration for the summer semester:
- First round of registration – first week of December of a given academic year (through the USOSweb system)
- Second round of registration – after completing the first round of registration till the 2nd week of classes in the summer semester of a given academic year (individually, with coordinators of university-wide courses)
Where can I find the information about university-wide courses?
Courses are grouped into the following categories:
- KZ-0000-H university-wide humanities courses
- KZ-0000-O university-wide general courses
- KZ-0000-JO university-wide courses conducted in a modern foreign language
- KZ-0000-O university-wide social courses
After selecting a course category, from which a university-wide course will be selected in a given semester – a list of courses with detailed information on them will appear. This information pertains, among others, to the teacher or discipline to which the course is assigned.
I haven't registered for any university-wide course, what should I do now?
Such a person may also approach the teacher and ask if he or she can attend the course. The teacher, if he or she agrees, should add the student to his or her list and provide the data to the coordinator for the data to be uploaded to the USOS system. The same situation also applies to students who are studying two degree progammes and want to complete two university-wide courses in a given semester. Electronically, the USOSWeb will allow to register for one course.
When do university-wide courses take place?
I have registered for the course, but I do not have this information in my USOSWeb account.
I would like to change the university-wide course during the ongoing semester.
I have registered for the course, but I don't know where and when the first classes will take place.
Information concerning the dates and place of classes should be found in the USOSWeb system for a given course or on the website of the unit which conducts the course on a page with schedules.
Rules of university-wide courses
How to contact the coordinator for a particular unit?
- It is best to email a given coordinator:
- Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology
- Institute of Biology – Magdalena Kościuk, MA email@example.com
- Institute of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology – mgr Joanna Malinowska firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science
- Institute of Physics – Patrycja Fabisz email@example.com
- Institute of Mathematics – Wladyslaw Makuchowski, MA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Institute of Computer Science – Anna Bocheńska, MA email@example.com
- Faculty of Theology – Przemyslaw Biliczak, MA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Chemistry – Dr Anna David-Kusakiewicz email@example.com
- Faculty of Law and Administration – Dr Jacek Srokosz firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Majda, MSc email@example.com
- Faculty of Economics – Sebastian Marcinkowski, MSc firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Philology – Dr. Beata Jahołkowska email@example.com
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Institute of Philosophy – Prof. Grzegorz Francuz firstname.lastname@example.org
- Institute of Psychology – Janusz Kowal, MSc email@example.com
- Institute of Pedagogical Sciences – Tomasz Chojnowski, MSc firstname.lastname@example.org
- Institute of History – Aleksandra Chochel, MA email@example.com, Łukasz Masnyk, MA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Political and Social Communication – Tomasz Paradowski, MA email@example.com
- Faculty of Art – Krzysztof Kowalski MA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Medicine – Grzegorz Dobosz, MA email@example.com
- Physical Education and Sports Centre – Mariusz Pajak, MA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Foreign Language Centre – Jerzy Szczerba, MA email@example.com
- ECTS University Coordinator – Katarzyna Potyrała, MSc. firstname.lastname@example.org