The success of the students of Poznan University of Technology in China's Silicon Valley

Students from Scientific Circle MECHATRON of Poznan University of Technology won medals at the robotics competition in Beijing called "Robotchallenge 2017". Mariusz Pałubicki won in the linefollower enchanced category, while Łukasz Antczak, Jakub Bartoszek and Jakub Matyszczak took third place in the freestyle category for the construction of the walking robot. RobotChallenge is the largest and most prestigious robot competition in Europe since 2004. This year the organizers decided to organize...

Deputy Minister of Science: NAWA will facilitate the returns of Polish scientists to Poland

The National Agency for Academic Exchange (Narodowa Agencja Wymiany Akademickiej, NAWA) will help young Polish scientists return to Poland, among other things by offering the guarantee of employment - told PAP Deputy Minister of Science Aleksander Bobko. NAWA is one of the flagship projects of the ministry. The law to establish the Agency, prepared by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, was adopted by the Sejm last Friday. According to the provisions of the law, NAWA is expected to...

Polish Students are the Europe Winners of the 2017 Google Online Marketing Challenge

Students from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (AMU) are the Europe Winners of the 2017 Google Online Marketing Challenge (GOMC), the next two AMU teams reached respectively the Final Europe GOMC Top 5, and the Semi-Final Top 15. The AMU teams were supervised by dr. Wojciech Czart. In the Europe Top 15 are also three teams form the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). The teams were supervised by dr. Tymoteusz Doligalski. The Polsish GOMC teams: The European Winners (CID: 997-915-7178): Michał...

The University of Warsaw will support Polish Studies at the University of Cambridge

The University of Warsaw will support the University of Cambridge in the development of the Polish Studies program at Cambridge. Last Friday the universities signed an agreement on this matter. Cambridge Polish Studies was launched in 2014. The program was an initiative of the Foundation for Polish Science and launched with the financial support of institutions that included the Foundation and the Department of Slavonic Studies at the University of Cambridge. These institutions provided funding...

The University of Lodz receives the 3rd prize at the EUPRIO

Recently the University of Lodz has won the 3rd prize at the EUPRIO (European Universities Public Relations and Information Officers) conference in Mannheim, Germany! The project #UniversityDiversity - aimed, among other things, at making students and staff aware of being part of an intercultural community - has been internationally recognized among those which make a real difference and prove that the institution is communicating effectively with its key audience in that case, with students (...

The biggest ever Summer School for Chinese students in Poland!

Starting today, over 150 Chinese students of University of Lodz partner universities participate in the Chinese summer school. The event, titled „Understanding Poland: Economy, Society and Science” gathered students from leading Chinese universities, including Sichuan University, Jinan University, Guilin University of Technology, Nankai University, Shanghai University and our longstanding partner – Zhengzhou University. During 2 week long school our Chinese guests will learn about Polish...

10 Dioscuri Centres of Scientific Excellence will be launched in Poland

Ten Dioscuri Centres of Scientific Excellence will be established at Polish scientific institutions. The signing ceremony of the agreement between the National Science Centre and the German Max Planck Society will take place on July 4th at the Wawel Castle in Kraków. Signing of the agreement was announced in the National Science Centre release sent to PAP on Thursday. Dioscuri is an initiative of the Max Planck Society (MPG), Germany’s independent research institution,...

The Ministry of Science has new data on studies that offer good job prospects

Graduates of which studies have the best paying jobs, find jobs faster and are not threatened by unemployment - new data on this are available in the ELA system, which monitors the careers of university graduates since 2016. "At the moment we have an employee market, not an employer employee, so virtually all young people can take a job immediately after graduating from high school. The question is whether they should rush into it, or rather gain skills that are in high demand...

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