Warsaw Housing

SRAS programs in Warsaw are hosted at Collegium Civitas in the downtown area. For summer programs, housing is provided in a nearby hotel, with twin rooms and breakfast (substantial). For spring or fall programs, students find apartments with assistance from Collegium Civitas. See the individual programs linked above for more information. This page is meant […]

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Arrival in Warsaw: Student Impressions

Let our Warsaw students let you know what to expect when arriving to Warsaw! Heading abroad is always a big step and can feel exciting or overwhelming – or both. Learn from the experience of others and hit the ground running! How did you feel when you first arrived? Eric Nesbitt (Fall, 2019): Eric Nesbitt: […]

Life in Warsaw: Student Reviews of the City

What is life in Warsaw really like? To help you stay up to date, we’ve asked our students to share what they found while abroad in the Polish capital! Finding Things SRAS: First, think of the city – what was available in terms of culture, shopping, and services. Were you able to find things to […]

Study Abroad in Warsaw, Poland: Favorite Photos

SRAS student Eric Nesbitt studied with the Security and Society in the Information Age program in Warsaw, Poland, hosted at Collegium Civitas. Below are some of his favorite photos of memories of his time spent abroad. For more on all SRAS study abroad opportunities, click here.

Warsaw Study Abroad Reviews

We asked some SRAS graduates to share their open and honest evaluations of their experiences on SRAS Study Abroad in Warsaw. SRAS actively seeks out feedback from students on all programs so that we can continually improve our offerings.   Benjamin DeYoung (Summer, 2015) Note: this is an evaluation of Crossroads of Empires, SRAS’ inaugural […]

Culture Shock: Living with other international students

Most of us probably knew we were in for inevitable culture shock when we arrived in Russia, no matter how much we had convinced ourselves we were prepared. Sometimes it comes on quick, but other times culture shock reveals itself incredibly slowly. It took longer for this to sink in, but one of the ways […]