A year ago, we planned that soon there will be 100,000 of foreign students in Poland. Then we worried that because of the epidemic, everyone would leave. Now it's time to reward the best of them!
Lead: Classes at SGGW for all levels and forms of education are carried out in a blended mode, i.e. in a traditional and online form.
Authorities of Warsaw University od Life Sciences prepared christmas suprise for all members of academic community. Merry Christmas and the happy New Year!
At the last stage of the visit to Tanzania, the delegates of SGGW participated in the opening ceremony of didactic and diagnostic laboratories in Livestock Training Agency (LITA) in Tengeru.
Studentka SGGW Aleksandra Jeżo otrzymała drugą nagrodę w konkursie na najlepszą pracę naukową w kategorii Green Innovation and circular economy.
The visit of SGGW delegation in Tanzania included a meeting with the representatives of Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro.
SGGW student Aleksandra Jeżo won a second-place award for her presentation at the ELLS Student Scientific Conference (ELLS SSC) in category "Green Innovation and circular economy".
International cooperation is important at SGW, contributing to the deepening of research and the standardization of teaching programs.
A research team of three employees from the Institute of Sociological Sciences and Pedagogy of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences conducted a study on self-treatment of Poles during the pandemic. Its results were published in the "International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health" (Impact Factor 2,849).
The Deans' Forum of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences is a platform for the exchange of experience and knowledge, as well as for strengthening cooperation between the Rector's College and the Dean's College.