Introducing Cultures Follow-Up

Just a couple of days ago, some of you missed the first meeting of Introducing Cultures series, and, consequently, neither got acquainted with Aisha nor with Kyrgyzstan, her homeland. It’s a pity.

Aisha’s presentation was extraordinary. Not only have we learnt how awesome Kyrgyz traditions and culture are in general, but also it was quite unexpected to find out how Kyrgyz parents help their kids recover from headache and insomnia, what mothers are supposed to prepare for daughters when those are getting married (hopefully before they turn 25), and how lucky are the first-born boys in the families.

Thank you, Aisha, for the great time we had. We all fell in love with Kyrgyzstan.

What culture is going to be the next? Maybe yours?

Interstudent

Interstudent

Perspektywy Educational Foundation within Study in Poland programme organises, for the second time, the Interstudent competition. Its aim is to find the most prominent international students, who apart from having good grades, are active in the fields of culture,...

Christmas Market in Opole

Christmas Market in Opole

In winter days are shorter and nights are longer. People usually hurry to move between places because of snow and cold weather, and might spend their time at home being bored to the bone. But winter doesn’t have to be boring! The City of Opole has a lot to offer to...

Dear students, We invite you to attend the workshop dedicated to Roma in Poland and SLOVAKIA, that will be held at the Institute of Sociology on Wednesday, November, 22, by Lukasz Walkowiak, a sociology MA student. It will take place at 12 p.m. in room 119 in...

Meeting with the US Consul

Meeting with the US Consul

Would you like to spend your summer vacations in the USA, but you do not know how to apply for one of the Summer Work & Travel programmes? The US Embassy in Warsaw, together with a partner of the State Department, Camp Counselors USA-Poland, invite all students for a...