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#598 - Survey sent on Jan 19, 2011, 5:49:23 PM

Exchange student doing bachelor studies, has studied at SGH for 3 semesters, while living in Warsaw. He wrote the following about his university and place of origin:
I am a student of FIR ant 3 semester.

missing:
free access to working WiFi net in every building
comfortable places to sit while waiting for lectures

expected:
create a dormitory right there on the central campus
create a nice garden in the center of the campus with a stage for performances and summer lectures
build a swimming pool that is not a joke (I would have used it!)
building G needs a complete refit!

great:
building C is quite nice and decent
cola machines in building C

annoying:
building W location is ingeniously stupid, I always had to run to get there on time
building S location is ingeniously stupid, I always had to run to get there on time
building G is in a very, very bad condition
equipment in lecture rooms was a bloody disaster (which equipment? what went wrong?) - - lecture rooms on secnd floor G buiding, its cold in winte, the floor is full of holes, the tables and chairs remember second world war.

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#660 - Survey sent on Jan 19, 2011, 8:19:49 PM

Exchange student doing master's studies, has studied at SGH for 2 semesters, while living in a dormitory . He wrote the following about his university and place of origin:
I am studying at Viadrina University in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany at the border to Poland.

missing:
free access to working WiFi net in every building
comfortable places to sit while waiting for lectures
a quiet place to study and relax (which isn't in the Library building)
sport facilities, any

expected:
create a nice garden in the center of the campus with a stage for performances and summer lectures
build a swimming pool that is not a joke (I would have used it!)

great:
ESN is a great and well organized team of students.
building C is quite nice and decent
cafe in building C
probably only the people here are what's great about WSE

annoying:
building W, F and to a lower extend G is in a very, very bad condition

equipment in lecture rooms was a bloody disaster: no power outlets to charge notebook, especially in newly constructed Building G

The general organisation of the university is the worst I have ever encountered in my career as a student (and I've been part of 5 institutions in 4 different countries so far). Professors not showing up for 30-50% of their lectures without informing the students. Professors randomly changing office hours without any online notice. The majority of personnel in the university administration are reluctant to support foreign (or maybe any) students in their requests. For all I've witnessed here, this institution is not worthy of its excellent reputation.

Moreover, approximately 70% of the courses taught at Master's level in English would be considered Bachelor level in terms of difficulty and educational aspiration in any other university I've been at. For most of the exams students prepare by learning old exam material by heart instead of printing and learning the actual lecture material or reading the proposed books - it's simply not worth it here.

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Warsaw is a great place to study and there are great people, especially students, at WSE. However, the university itself is the worst I have seen so far no matter from where you look at it, be it in terms of organisational or educational excellence.

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#665 - Survey sent on Jan 19, 2011, 8:43:14 PM

Exchange student doing other studies, has studied at SGH for 1 semester, while living in Sabinki dorm . He wrote the following about his university and place of origin:
I was Erasmus studen in Warsaw in the winter semester 2009/2010. I am studying at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.

missing:
I didn't miss anything really. People were very helpful and everything was easy to find. Wifi-access is a pretty good idea, i guess it's standard nowadays.

expected:
i don't know if it helps, but at our university an app was introduced, which shows the student the timetable of his registered courses, after signing up with his student registration number... for further details look up WUdoo. also has a map of the buildings which is quite handy.

do something to improve the acoustics... in some rooms the microphones didn't really work as far as i remember

great:
building C is quite nice and decent

annoying:
accoustics in lecture hall Y (i actually don't remember what room it was, main building, basement) was horrible, couldn't hear a thing

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#671 - Survey sent on Jan 19, 2011, 9:10:28 PM

Exchange student doing master's studies, has studied at SGH for 2 semesters, while living in Warsaw. He wrote the following about his university and place of origin:
Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt(Oder), Germany.

missing:
areas for working in groups,
a bigger student restaurant/café in the building

expected:
establishing of moden copy mashines instead of unhelpful and impolite copy shop associates in copy shops(quicker and cheaper!)
wireless in a building - in all rooms
employ skilled admin stuff that can speak foreign languages

great:
central location close to downtown and great metro access
c building facility
Czytelnia in library

annoying:
opening hours of the library (especially on weekends)
horrible administration of university that rejected accepting me as a student for first 100days
copy shops in the university - soo expensive -
not well maintained facilities, defect lamps, broken toilets etc.

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#730 - Survey sent on Jan 20, 2011, 9:21:25 AM

Exchange student doing master's studies, has studied at SGH for 9 semesters, while living in Sabinki dorm . He wrote the following about his university and place of origin:
I come from Kishinev, Republic of Moldova.

missing:
The scholarship had (and still is) been payed out very late. I went to Warsaw 27th Sep and had to wait to 25th Oct. It was not a good time.

expected:
move all the parking spaces from inside the campus underground
create places to store bikes and provide locker rooms with showers for their users
create a nice garden in the center of the campus with a stage for performances and summer lectures
build a swimming pool that is not a joke (I would have used it!)
Sabinki not to look like a hospital
create apartments on the campus for visiting lecturers (and students!)

great:
What was good - there are no bribes in WSE.
Kitchens un dormitories.

annoying:
Great noise in Sabinki. Too much partying.
accoustics in lecture halls A, Aula I & Aula II was horrible, couldn't hear a thing
building W, because it looks like a liceum
Too high prices of printing/copying services.

note:
Reduce bureaucracy.

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#1372 - Survey sent on Feb 3, 2011, 3:58:17 PM

Exchange student doing master's studies, has studied at SGH for 1 semester, while living in Warsaw. She wrote the following about her university and place of origin:
There are computers available for students are each building of the university

missing:
Computers for students

expected:
There should be more computers available for students and better facilities such as bigger swimming pool and gym. The most important thing is that there is no place for group studying no bigger rooms where sudents can study together in a peaceful environment not like cafeteria.
create places to store bikes and provide locker rooms with showers for their users
create a nice garden in the center of the campus with a stage for performances and summer lectures
create apartments on the campus for visiting lecturers (and students!)

great:
building C is quite nice and decent
the Library - a historically very unique building

annoying:
there're no plans of building layouts and no signs in English

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