Beryl ter Haar visiting professor at Warsaw University
Beryl ter Haar is currently a Visiting Professor at the University of Warsaw, Poland. The Law School is the oldest part of the university (founded in 1808), followed by the School of Medicine (founded one year later). The two schools became the heart of Warsaw University which was founded in 1816 by the Russian Tsar and Polish Monarch Aleksander I. Warsaw University is closely linked to the history of Poland, which makes its history just as turbulent as that of the country.
“Today the University of Warsaw is the largest university in Poland and best research centre in the country. More than 45 000 students are educated in its organizational structures. The high quality of teaching is reflected in the results of various rankings. According to these, the University of Warsaw is among the top 3% of universities in the world.”
The University of Warsaw ranks nr. 7 among the Emerging Europe and Central Asia Universities (QS World University Rankings of 2019/2020).
At the University of Warsaw Beryl ter Haar will teach in various programmes for Polish as well as exchange students on topics of global and European labour law. The topics will, among others, include free movement of workers, equal treatment and corporate social responsibility. She will also participate in various research activities organised by the department of Labour Law.
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