Skills and Careers
The Natolin Language Service is active both before and during the academic year. In the summer, the Language Summer Academy is designed to cultivate confidence and competency in the classroom, particularly engaging students with the aim of bringing their level to the stated College of Europe minimum.
During the academic year, the Language Service offers complementary courses in the following languages: French, English, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Russian and Arabic.
CAREERS SERVICE & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
The Careers Service in Natolin is designed to support students in Natolin in understanding and successfully navigating around today’s complex job market. The Careers Service helps students developing solid transferable skills and to plan their individual career paths and their recruitment toolkit by creating effective CVs, writing elegant cover letters and preparing for job interviews. Learning takes place throughout the year via workshops, individual tutorials and tailor-made coaching sessions, networking meetings, talks with professionals who represent different fields and backgrounds along practical hands-on projects.
The Natolin Library holds a collection of over 42,000 books covering all the subjects taught on the campus and many more. It also boasts a large periodicals collection on European Affairs and an extensive collection of electronic and data resources. In addition, it offers a wide range of user services: book acquisition and loans; document delivery services; inter-library loans; photocopying, downloading and printing; reference services; fixed network access points and wireless access. The library also arranges guides to the library, as well as lectures and tutorials on research methods.
NATIONAL MODEL UNITED NATIONS – NEW YORK
The NMUN-NY competition has been organized since 1974 by the National Collegiate Conference Association (NCCA). It is a simulation game which involves more than 6 000 students from more than one hundred universities, schools and other academic institutions from all over the world. During the simulation, students act like true diplomats and work hard, mostly engaged in caucusing, preparing and delivering speeches, drafting working papers, negotiating common positions with other countries, and voting on draft resolutions. The Natolin campus has been participating in this international competition since 2010 being often recognized as one of the most awarded and commended delegations at the conference.
For more information visit the College of Europe website.