News for May 2017


[Years 4-5] Work Attitudes - information on the schedule of this course

Dear Students of Work Attitudes: Theory and Measurements, As you know, due to the instructor’s illness the first meetings of the course have been cancelled. Here is how the course is planned currently: The meetings on 31 May and 07 June will take place as planned at 13:45. However, Dr Rutkowska will be replaced by Dr Krzysztof Przybyszewski for these two meetings. Then there will be also two meetings on 12 and 14 June (Mon and Wed) at 12:00-15:45 in room 405. Please update...

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[Years 4-5] Work Attitudes: Theory and Measurement on 10 May 2017

Dear Students of Work Attitudes: Theory and Measurement,

The class on 10 May is cancelled due to medical reasons on the instructor’s side. A make-up class will be announced as soon as it is known. Please update your schedules!


Behavioural Addictions make-up class

Dear Students of Behavioural Addictions,

The teacher was ill on 25 Apr and the class was cancelled. For this reason, on Tue, 23 May, at 13:45 in room 404 there will be a make-up class. This means that you will have a double class on that day. Please update your schedules!


9th of May (Psychonalia) - information about classes starting at 12:00 or later

Dear Students, As you have probably heard, on the 9th of May there is the Faculty Day called Psychonalia. Because of that, the Dean has announced Dean hours from 12:00 on that day. This means that classes are cancelled from 12:00, but with some exceptions. Here is the list of classes and information (see if this applies to you): Behavioural Addictions – the class will take place on 09 May, but at 10:15, room 404 Statistical Methods in Psychometrics – this class is...

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[5th year] An annoucement for all those finishing studies this year

Dear Students of the 5th year, Please make sure that after the current (final) semester of your studies all the requirements are fulfilled. You can go to USOS -> student’s section -> promotions -> choose the last semester -> check what’s missing for full passing. Check if the courses from your current semester will fulfill all the requirements listed there as “missing”. When you finish the current semester, nothing listed there should be missing. If you think you might have a...

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