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Bartosz Chejchman from Koluszki who is currently studying computer science at Oxford University volunteered to help with programming ‘Ivy Ukraine’. The platform offers free educational support and connects mentors and education tutors from around the world to share their knowledge, advice, and interests, with Ukrainian pupils looking for support in entering new areas of growth.
The number of foreign students in Poland grew in 2022 by 5.6 percent on the previous year to almost 89,500, a new report has revealed.
Wroclaw students pick up prizes at international aviation competition.
Over 130,000 Ukrainian children have already enrolled in the Polish school system, Poland’s education minister said on Monday.
By analysing which parts of a chair are most often touched by its user, Angelika Kopcińska came up with a way for it to disinfect itself using rollers and UV-C light.
Making a lasting impact on Polish culture by committing two languages barely known outside of their regions to braille, Harris Mowbray used Polish braille as a starting platform to assign values to new letters existing only in Kashubian and Silesian.
A regulation of the minister of education published in the Journal of Laws stipulates that winter holidays for all students during this school year will take place at the same time, from January 4 to January 17, immediately after the Christmas break.
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of foreign students studying at Polish universities is to decrease, according to estimates by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
The school year in Poland will start on September 1 as students will generally return to their classrooms, apart from exceptional cases where online teaching will be introduced, Health Ministry spokesperson Wojciech Andrusiewicz said on Friday.