International Week Warsaw
International Week Warsaw is a project prepared by a group of students from the Polish Students’ Association (ZSP) from Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). It is a part of International Week Coordinating Organization (IWCO) aimed at promoting intercultural cooperation and the development of economic awareness among students from almost all continents as well as expanding new, interesting and long-lasting links between students all over the world.
International Week Warsaw
IWW? What is that?
During our International Week Warsaw you will have a chance to visit a lot of interesting places. Warsaw with its fascinating history and vibrant nightlife and charming Krakow are definitely top tourists attractions in Poland. While you are in Poland we will also teach you some Polish words and we will introduce you to Polish cuisine and traditions.
Some Company Visits & Case Studies will be included in our program. We hope you will find them very interesting and they will also help you to familiarize yourselves with the Polish business etiquette. But don't worry. Life is not all about work only so there will be time for fun and parties too.
The most important part of the IWW are people - students from all over the world spending time filled with intermingling and conversations. Who knows? This week might be the beginning of some lifelong friendships or strong business partnerships..
Check out our promotional video!
Çağlar CındıkIstanbul, Turkey / IWW 2014
It was a big chance for me to participate in IW Warsaw. My experiences about Polish culture, cuisine, lifestyle and history were more than i expected. I want to thank IWW crew which was always helpful and friendly for these experiences. During the week we had plenty of activities like tasting pierogi and zurek, spending time in aqua park, pub crawl in Old Town in Warsaw. Plus you will be able to see great city, Krakow. I highly recommend IW Warsaw to everyone who wants to spend an unforgettable international week!
Carl-Johan StenmalmLund, Sweden / IWW 2013
The main reason I wanted to go to Warsaw to spend a week with their IW team, an awesome group of people by the way, was to create my own picture of Poland as a country. Let's conclude that this picture I made myself during these intensive days, is still one of the best in my life. I remember the team as extremely welcoming people, very positive and they truly did everything to make the best week ever. The schedule is probably one of the most interesting ones within the whole IW network with a great mix of everything. I really appreciated the combination of getting to know the tragic history which is never to be forgotten, to the international dinner and a lot of dancing during the nights. I highly recommend you to apply to this extraordinary adventure, I am very grateful that I chose Warsaw as my IW destination.
Carlos Alberto SilvánBarcelona, Spain / IWW 2014
The IW Warsaw was filled with interesting cultural activities, business visits and social events. Our hosts made us feel like home, and made a huge effort to exceed our expectations. The crew was open-minded and culturally curious, which made every single interaction during the week a two-side learning experience. Without a doubt, an opportunity that you cannot miss.
Alexandru LebedevMoldova / IWW 2011
My experience in Poland was awesome. I gain so much from the professional point of view, culturally and as well, friends for a lifetime. When you meet superb persons at IWW, is not just for a week, you get their words, thoughts and learn from their experiences. I miss you so much my people!
Tove GioeliUppsala, Sweden / IWW 2014
IW Warsaw was a fantastic experience organized in an innovative way by caring and amazing people… Simply great! I especially enjoyed the parts of genuine Polish culture that you made us experience; such as Polish dancing, cooking and history. Definitely I can recommend Warsaw IW to worldwide people.
Lý Thành CơHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam / IWW 2015
IWW was the most cultural enlightening experience for me as an Asian. In Vietnam, we are very collective, scared of being out of the group. But here in IWW, everyone stands out but standing out together. That's the new definition of collectivism to me which I enjoyed.
Nina JagodicLjubljana, Slovenia / IWW 2015
When I joined IW Warsaw I had no idea what to expect because I have never been to Poland before. Once I got to know the people (who are the most kind, welcoming and fun people I have ever met) and explored the charming cities that are so interesting because of their history I knew Poland will always stay in my heart. The International week itself was splendid, the organisation was perfect, everything ran smoothly so we could enjoy ourselves the most. The week I spent in Poland will forever be one of my favourite memories.