CALL US: 09-250233662, 09-43087667

EEC Lecturers

Academic Supervisors

  • Professor Teresa Gardocka
  • Ph.D. Krzysztof Gawlikowski
  • Professor Jerzy Paweł Nowacki

Lecturers

  • M.Sc. Eng. U Than Htun Aung
  • M.Sc. András Pinter
  • M.A.Maciek Kaluzny
  • Mr. Thein Myint Wai
  • Ph.D. Mr. Min Thaung

Visiting Lecturers

  • M.A. Malgorzata Eysmontt
  • Ph.D. Katarzyna Cybulska
  • M.A. Mirek Cias
  • Ph.D. Paweł Kowalski
  • Ph.D. Paweł Pyrka

M.A. Malgorzata Eysmontt

Malgorzata Eysmontt is a Polish Advocate at the Warsaw BAR of Advocates and an assistant lecturer at the Department of Civil and Labour Law at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Warsaw, Poland. She conducts classes in civil and European Union law, as well as the English language classes for foreign students within the so-called Preparatory School. She is also an owner of the law firm Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Małgorzata Eysymontt in Warsaw which offers legal services and advice in family, civil, criminal and European Union law. She special is in family law and the institutional law of the European Union which are the main areas of her interest, research and publications. She holds a Master’s Degree in Law and has also graduated from the Postgraduate Studies in the European Union and Public Administration in the European Union.
She is currently working on her doctoral dissert at on regarding the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. She has great experience in conducting workshops in various subjects with foreign students from allover the world. She speaks fluent English and French. Her interests include: learning foreign languages, travelling around the world, photography and cross-culture communication.

Ph.D. Katarzyna Cybulska

Katarzyna Cybulska (Ph.D.), employed by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Warsaw since 2009, has been conducting courses in the field of English Studies (M.A.), International Business Management (B.A.), and Business English (post-graduate program). She is a supervisor of B.A. and M.A. students’ internships in the area of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Together with Prof. Klaus Bachmann she was a coordinator of International Business Relations (BA) program.

In April 2016, she graduated from the University of Warsaw with a Ph.D. degree, and her doctoral thesis concerned the European language policy and its implications for language teacher education in the academic context. Between 2011 and 2014, she taught Practical English to B.A. students of Modern Languages Department (UW) and – between 2011-2012 – she offered courses to students of the Open University of Warsaw University (UOUW); in 2012, Katarzyna Cybulska was awarded a diploma by the Head of UOUW for high quality of her courses. In 2011, she was invited to the University of Zagreb to teach Business English as part of the Bachelor’s Degree in Business program and to discuss Polish and Croatian approaches to university language education. In addition to language teaching, in 2007-2008 she worked as a translator for the US Embassy in Vienna, and in 2011 co-organized the Seventh International Conference on Third Language Acquisition and Multilingualism. As her research interests and publications revolve around European language policy and language instruction in higher education, K. Cybulska has participated in many international conferences organized by universities in Bremen, Luxembourg, Madrid, Pécs, Riga, Vilnius, Warsaw, and Washington. In 2014 she took part in CARAP/FREPA for Parents at the European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz.

M.A. Mirek Cias

MA in English at Warsaw University, MA in Sociology at the State University of New York at Stony brook. A teacher of English and a sociologist by training. He completed his formal primary
and secondary education in the UK and USA, has taught at American and Polish Universities. Coordinated efforts in developing American Studies Center at Warsaw University – today a
key research and academic center for American Studies in Europe. He has translated several books and numerous scientific studies into English. Served as interpreter with United Nations Emergency Force in the Middle East (1977). After the economic and political transformation that took place in Poland in the early 1990’s he was among the pioneers of the newly emerging advertising industry. Has since worked in executive positions in international corporations (McCann‐Erickson International Advertising, Pan American Airways, Bacardi‐Martini) developing and implementing marketing communication strategies He also works for Berlitz and Brook field Global Relocation Services as an independent consultant and cross‐cultural trainee.

Ph.D. Paweł Kowalski

Legal counsel. He specializes in the field of European Union law and medical law. Also deals with international law and diplomatic law. His research interests focus on Polish cooperation with the European Union on both the political and legal level, as well as the protection of human rights, including the question of migrants. Interested in medical ethics and responsible for medical errors. As the Director. international cooperation the University of SOCIAL SCIENCES and HUMANITIES, he coordinated the international contacts of the University, has led to a collaboration with several partners from China, Ukraine, Jordan, Indonesia and the United States. Works as a solicitor, previously associated with the firm Chmaj and partners. As a scientist, works with universities abroad, the Minot State University (USA), the Catholic University of Atma Jaya (Indonesia) and Hebei Foreign Studies University (China). Author of publications in medical law, human rights and the rights of the European Union. His articles have appeared in such publications as: “medical criminal law” (2016), “Asian human rights systems. Inspiring universal-cultural-barriers to implementation (2016) and “minority rights” (2010).

Ph.D. Paweł Pyrka

Paweł Pyrka, PhD, is a lecturer at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Warsaw, teaching courses in American literature, cultural studies, and English. He holds a Master’s Degree in English and a PhD in cultural studies. His interests include American studies, popular culture and social studies. He is Vice-Dean for Education at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.