‘Solidary with Belarus’ – NAWA Scholarships for Students, Scientists and Teachers

Together with the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP), NAWA is going to carry out three support measures dedicated to the Belarusians on behalf of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The measures are: ‘Solidary with Students,’ ‘Solidary with Scientists’ and ‘Solidary with Teachers'. ‘Representatives of the academic community in Belarus who are struggling for democratic governance in their country are currently subject to repressions. It is our duty to reach out...

Poland Keeps Progressing in the Field of Robotics

Young scientists from Wrocław University of Science and Technology have developed an autonomous walking robot. The main task of the machine is to transport cargo. The robot that transports parcels and goods is designed to handle even difficult terrain, such as rocky or sandy ground. Also, it can go up and down the stairs. The crab is 1.5 meters long and 80 centimeters tall. It weighs approximately 100 kilograms. It is very stable, which results from its specific construction...

The Agenda for the Virtual Polish Fairs in November is Announced

Have you ever thought about getting your higher education/making research in Europe? Did you know that the Polish higher education system is one of the highest-ranked in Europe? If you have heard about the Virtual Polish Education Fairs organized by NAWA in October but have not seen your country on the list, cheer up because we announce the list of countries for November! Please find below the schedule: Ethiopia, Indonesia, Ukraine, and the countries of Central Asia get ready...

A New List of Restrictions Due to COVID-19 is Announced by Government (23.10.2020)

From Saturday the whole territory of Poland becomes a red zone. The restriction connected to education, culture, and sport: Primary schools (grades IV to VIII) work in remote mode (till November 8). From 8 Am to 4 Pm, children up to 16 years old cannot go out alone, only under the supervision of an adult. For two weeks restaurants, pubs, cafes can only prepare takeaway and delivery meals. The tightening may be extended, depending on the further outcomes of...

Student From Bulgaria Shares Her Feelings About the Online Education in Poland

In light of the recent outbreak of coronavirus infection, there is a real explosion in the popularity of online education. And it's not just about online English schools or fitness courses, but also about full-fledged higher education programmes. Many students say that the main advantage of distance learning is time-saving. You don't need to get up early to pack up, walk to the bus stop, then drive 6 stations, make the transition, overcome 2 more stations, and then spend 10...

Universities Start the New Academic Year with New Investments

Supercomputers, state-of-the-art labs, centres of technical sciences and aeronautical research – Polish universities continue to make investments that enable science and research at the highest world level. The situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic does not hinder higher education institutions from making investment decisions. They establish ever new centres that will increase the attractiveness of the scientific and research facilities of Polish universities. Some HEIs...

Restriction of Stationary Education From October 19th Due to COVID-19

The Polish government has decided to introduce further measures to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus dividing the country into red and yellow areas. From October 19th a new regulation will be implemented for education at university and postgraduate studies. The restriction also limits the doctoral education provided by universities and other entities providing education for doctoral students. We remind you that from the 10th of October, there are no green...

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