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Thinking about studying abroad?

Have you been thinking about studying abroad, but you are unsure how and where to begin? Are you wondering what is the process of applying to a university in a different country, and what documents are required to study in Poland? Would you like to know what is a visa and how to obtain it? Does a process of moving to a different country to study seem daunting to you? Are you wondering what is the cost of living in Poland, and how foreing student go about their daily lives there?

Do not fret! Our online course “Get Ready for Your Future – Study in Poland!” provides all the answers to these questions. The course is a great opportunity to learn from experts and ask questions during live webinars.

What if you cannot join us live? Do not worry!

Registered participants will have access to all webinars post their transmission date.

Who should
register?

Our free program is addressed to candidates who would like to study in Poland.

Enroll, get a peace of mind, and make your dreams of studying abroad come true! In 7 easy steps, our “Get Ready for Your Future – Study in Poland” program will guide you through the process of applying to a university in Poland and tell you all you need to know about studying in a different country. We will meet once a month, from November 2021 to May 2022.

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What will you
gain?


Simple explanation of all legal aspects of studying abroad

Knowledge about Europe and formal requirements of European universities

Opportunity to ask questions and get expert advice during live meetings

Opportunity to learn from the experience of our current foreign students

Access to a source of valuable information, which you will be able to revisit any time

Comprehensive, practical guide, which will walk you through the whole process of applying to a university and studying in Poland

Program

November

Why Poland is a good choice
for university education?
Expert
Professor Marcin Jacoby
Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, former Director of the International Office at SWPS University
Marcin Jacoby
Host
Ada Zalewska
International Admissions Officer
Adrianna Zalewska
16.11.2021 (Tuesday)
16.00 CET (UTC+1)

There are 44 countries in Europe. Why, of all places, should you choose Poland and one of its universities to study?

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December

A short guide to studying in Poland: formal aspects
Expert
Tomasz Lewandowski, Ph.D.
lawyer
Tomasz Lewandowski
Host
Dorota Słowińska
International Admissions Officer
Dorota Słowińska
14.12.2021 (Tuesday)
16.00 CET (UTC+1)

When thinking about studying abroad, you are probably considering many aspects of higher education not only the particular program of study, the university and the country. You might be wondering if your diplomas will be recognized in Europe and if not, what must be done to have the diplomas recognized.

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January

How to apply to a university in Poland?
Expert
Krzysztof Krasuski
Education Recognition Specialist at the Regional Education Board in Katowice
Krzysztof Krasuski
Expert
Joanna Nyga
Credential evaluator, Head of Unit of information on foreign diplomas in the Department for Academic Recognition, NAWA
Joanna Nyga
Host
Dorota Słowińska
International Admissions Officer
Dorota Słowińska
18.01.2022 (Tuesday)
16.00 CET (UTC+1)

Many people dream of studying abroad, but feel overwhelmed with the application process, the requirements, and the sheer amount of information they need to read and digest. Another important issue is the cost of education, which may be lowered thanks to scholarships, but it might be hard to get your head around the scholarship options available to foreign candidates.

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February

Moving to Poland to pursue university education
Expert
Tomasz Lewandowski, Ph.D.
lawyer
Tomasz Lewandowski
Host
Ada Zalewska
International Admissions Officer
Adrianna Zalewska
22.02.2022 (Tuesday)
15:00 CET (UTC+1)

Imagine that you have been accepted to a university in Poland. What comes next? Will you need a student visa to enter the country? Will you need a special permit to stay in Poland for a prolonged period of time? Where will you live? Where and how can you obtain medical assistance if you need one? Can you get a job as a foreign student in Poland?

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March

A short guide to studying in Poland: practical aspects of daily life
Expert
Agnieszka Golińska, Ph.D.
business psychologist
Agnieszka Golińska
Host
Dorota Słowińska
International Admissions Officer
Dorota Słowińska
15.03.2022 (Tuesday)
16.00 CET (UTC+1)

Moving to a foreign country to study is very exciting. You get an opportunity to live in another part of the world, meet new people, and learn about a different culture. Despite the excitement, you probably have some questions about practical aspects of life in a foreign country.

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April

A short guide to studying in Poland: cultural background
Expert
Karolina Mazurowska, Ph.D.
cross-cultural psychologist
Karolina Mazurowska
Host
Dorota Słówińska
International Admissions Officer
Dorota Słówińska
12.04.2022 (Tuesday)
16.00 CEST (UTC+2)

Diversity is a spice of life. Different cultures around the globe cultivate different customs, different social norms, and different ways of life. Moving to a foreign country to study may present some challenges arising from cultural differences between your home country and the country where you will go to a university.

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May

How to cope with stress arising from leaving home to study abroad?
Expert
Radosław Stanczewski, M.A.
cross-cultural psychologist
Radoslaw Stanczewski
Host
Dorota Słowińska
International Admissions Officer
Dorota Słowińska
17.05.2022 (Tuesday)
16.00 CEST (UTC+2)

Going away from home to a university in a foreign country is exciting, but it may also be a bit worrying. It might be the first time in your life that you will be far away from your family and friends, in a different country, where people speak a different language and where, at first, everything is unknown.

Read more »

Top 10 reasons
to study abroad

More
independence
Personal
development
Quality
education
Challenging
yourself
Improved
communication skills
Learing aoubt
other cultures
Employment
opportunities
Global
networking
Making
new friends
Trying
new cuisines

This project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under the Welcome to Poland programme

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