Poles Living Abroad Want to Study in Cracow


Cracow University of Economics is looking for future students abroad. Young Poles living in America are interested in studying in Cracow – says a daily newspaper “Dziennik Polski”.
The University promoted itself at the first fair of Polish educational institutions, held in Chicago. In total, 19 universities from Poland presented their offers of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral courses and foreign scholarships at the “Polish Chicago University Fair 2011”.

“It was a unique opportunity to reach out with the offer of studying in English to over 25,000 potential candidates” – says Piotr Bednarski from the Press Office of Cracow University of Economics.

The representatives of Polish institution visited the partner university – Roosevelt University in Chicago, which organised the “Day of Cracow University of Economics”. Young American Poles could better learn about Krakow and the opportunities to study at the University of Economics. Both universities plan to cooperate more closely on student and scientific exchange.

Poland.pl

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