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.
Ambassador Artur Michalski visited the Belarusian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday to rebuke officials after learning about the detentions as the desperate mum of one of the students says she hasn’t heard from her son since Monday night and pleads for his release.
Picked up on by the national press, Kasia Szafarska’s work has made waves owing to inspiration derived from five Warsaw districts.
The 24-year-old mayor Daniel Gołąbek, who was born just 10 days after his parents arrival in the US, said he was proud of his Polish roots and “forever grateful” to his parents for the opportunities they gave him.
An engineering student makes waves in academia and on the internet by making a BB-8 replica for her thesis.
President Duda today laid a wreath in memory of a student who was beaten to death by Poland’s Communist police.
Six Polish higher learning institutions will present their academic offers for foreign students, in both the Polish and English languages, at the International Study and Go Abroad Fair in Toronto, Canada, on Sunday.
Fifty Polish and Arab cadets, students of the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia (northern Poland), are taking part in a joint two-month-long training voyage from Gdynia to the Persian Gulf, on board the Polish training ship ORP "Wodnik".