Natolin Students Visit Warsaw's Copernicus Science Centre

Last Sunday, 18 February 2024, students from the College of Europe in Natolin embarked on an enlightening excursion to the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, organized by the Student Affairs and Professional Development Office (SAPDO).

This extraordinary event provided participants with a unique opportunity to explore the wonders of science while honouring the legacy of the renowned astronomer, Nicolas Copernicus.

The Centre, renowned for its interactive exhibits, offered students a captivating journey through various scientific disciplines. From hands-on experiments to immersive displays, participants were able to delve into the latest advancements in science and technology, gaining a deeper understanding of the world around them.

Following the visit to the Science Centre, students were treated to a special session in the Planetarium, where they had the opportunity to gaze upon the stars and ponder the mysteries of the universe. This immersive experience allowed participants to reflect on the ground-breaking contributions of Copernicus to the field of astronomy, further enriching their understanding of his profound impact on scientific thought.

This event took placed as part of the promise of the College of Europe in Natolin to promote the cultural exchange and discovering of the hosting country, Poland. Copernicus' anniversary is commemorated each year on 19 February. Since 2023, Natolin students are enrolled in an interactive visit to the museum as part of the commemoration of this famous Polish academic.

The success of the event underscores Natolin's commitment to providing students with enriching experiences beyond the classroom, fostering a culture of curiosity, discovery, and lifelong learning.