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“Teraz Polska Promocja” gala ceremony took place on 8 December 2014 in the Senate’s Hall at the Warsaw University. The best master’s theses on promoting Poland have been awarded for the eighth time.

The contest is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Deadline for submission of master’s thesis to the eighth edition of the contest for the best master’s thesis “Teraz Polska Promocja” was extended until 24 October 2014.

The contest is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Janina comes from Kaliningrad Oblast. She is learning Polish at the School of Polish for Foreign Students at the University of Łódź, and plans to study pharmacy.

Why did she decide to study in Poland? Let her tell you in her own words…

Studying in Gdańsk creates new opportunities for local and international students. Student’s life is not only about learning and books reading. Most importantly it is about meeting new people, exploring the world and getting a lifetime experience. Those are the main reasons why Gdańsk became one of the main destinations for students who decided to study in Poland.

Find out what international students think about studying in Gdańsk.

“Teraz Polska Promocja” contest has started its 8th edition. The winners of the best master’s thesis concerning the promotion of Poland will receive the purses with a total value of about 50 000 PLN, publications and trainings. The master’s thesis can be submitted until 17th October 2014.

The contest is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Gdańsk is becoming a more attractive place for young people. They are attracted by the possibility of active leisure time, numerous pubs and music clubs as well as modern educational institutions.

Our series “Studies in Poland – My Memories” presents the profiles of people who have decided to travel to Poland to study. We ask them about the reasons of choosing our country. How the Polish educational system and Polish universities differ from those in their native country. We also ask them what kind of details from Poland they will remember the most. Was it a challenge to communicate with the Polish people? What do they think of the Polish students and professors? We will also bring up a number of other issues. Today Dinara from Kazakhstan.