Main Campus – The University of Warsaw
The University of Warsaw was established in 1816. The prestigious, historical Main Campus of the University is located in the tourist center of Warsaw, by the Royal Route. It is within walking distance of the Old Town and King’s Castle, the main tourist attractions.
The campus itself is worth visiting. All buildings of the Main Campus have been renovated and modernized but they have not lost their original charm. Kazimierzowski Palace and the Former Rectory Buildings welcome visitors as they welcomed Fryderyk Chopin, who lived there from 1817 to 1827. Nowadays the University of Warsaw is Poland’s largest and best university. It offers 80 fields of study and educates over 65 thousand students. The international reputation of the University of Warsaw is demonstrated by its regular cooperation with the most renowned educational institutions in a host of foreign countries. In 2007 the University of Warsaw was chosen by the European Commission from among 2500 higher education institutions as one of the 20 best success stories for the Erasmus programme in 2000-2006.
Meeting rooms and other public facilities
The lecture hall buildings where the conference will be held are the two largest ones located next to each other in the middle of the campus:
The Old Library Building, located in the heart of the campus, has been remodeled and turned into a conference center. It links tradition with modernity.
The buildings are adjusted to meet the needs of people using wheelchairs and are well-equipped with multimedia devices. They create a unique atmosphere and serve as a great place to organize conferences, seminars and other events. All services, including WI-FI, multimedia, a computer room with 24 workstations, translation devices, catering, parking etc. are available and at your service. The professional and dedicated technical support team responds to every request and will assist event organizers at any time.