International Weekends

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The programme is co-financed by the European Social Fund in the framework of  Knowledge Education Development Operational Programme, non-competition project Increasing competencies of academic staff and institutions’ potential to receive people from abroad – Welcome to Poland executed under the Action specified in the application for project funding POWR.03.03.00-00-PN14/18.

International Weekends

We want to create a space where Poles will be able to share their culture and traditions with international students.
We would like to invite you to take part in the International Weekends project, which is a part of the “Welcome to UO” programme financed from the NAWA funds.
The project is addressed to foreign students and employees of the UO. According to the project, employees invite groups of foreign students to spend time together and meet their families.
The project involves groups of at least four people (one UO employee plus at least three students. We invite both organized groups (registration at paulina.panic@uni.opole.pl) and individuals for whom we will organize a group (registration here)
Registration deadline: 28 February 2020
Project deadline: 29 March 2020!
The plan of meetings, time and place are up to you and the details are discussed in groups.
And remember to take some commemorative photos!

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