Student organisations

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If you wish to pursue your passion, gain in-depth knowledge, meet people who have the same interest as you, become a member of one of our student organizations. Our students are very active and there are a lot of things happening at CC after classes. Find out more about student organizations operating at CC.

Students’ Self-Government
This serves as a basic social forum at Collegium Civitas. Student self-government operates on the basis of the Warsaw Higher Education Institutions Agreement. It participates in different types of conferences and events. Also, this organization represents CC in Students’ Parliament of the Polish Republic.
Feel free to contact: samorzad@civitas.edu.pl

Collegium Civitas Sociological Circle
This is a group of Collegium Civitas students, who wish to broaden their knowledge and use it in a creative and extraordinary way. The Circle conducts scientific research and organizes professional conferences.

Collegium Civitas International Relations Circle
This circle is focused on the projects aiming to develop students’ understanding of international relations. Members of the circle are in close contact with other student associations of this type as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Collegium Civitas International Students Club (ISC)
Collegium Civitas International Students Club (ISC) is a student initiative to create a common identity of CC students by organizing Social-Cultural Events, Hobby-Sport Activities and helping CC students to overcome their problems.

The most important of the events is International Career Day created to be a platform for innovative interaction and network creation between interested internationally-oriented companies and well educated aspiring participants. More information

Collegium Civitas International Students Club aims to create a sense of being a “community” for the students of the Studies in English Department of Collegium Civitas, by helping to solve their problems which students might face during their stays in Warsaw and helping the students to integrate both in social and academic life

Feel free to contact ISC: isc@civitas.edu.pl

 

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit Europe-wide student organization.  The main goal of its Collegium Civitas branch is to facilitate the life of exchange students not only in our university but also in Warsaw and Poland in general.

With a small number of Erasmus and exchange students arriving every semester (approx 15-20), ESN Collegium Civitas is one of the smallest sections. Yet this facilitates the relationship between the section members and exchange students.

ESN CC provides a welcome at the point of arrival of the students, helps with the search for accommodation for the period of stay of the students, provides information about services in the city, organizes trips (namely Gdansk, Krakow, Zakopane), and assists in the attempts of the integration of students in the student life of the university. ESN CC is one of the most active sections of the Warsaw region in the Club Erasmus (organizing weekly parties for exchange students).

For more information please see
www.esn.org
www.cc.esn.pl