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An education agency that has branches in both Poland and Australia - promoting English language study - is now aiming to put Poland on the map as an educational destination with the launch of its new venture, Think Poland.
Nora Falencik, Executive Manager of Bridge Agency Overseas Education Centres, which has offices in Warsaw and Sydney, told Study Travel Magazine, “Poland is an attractive and cost-effective education destination in the European Union, where students can undertake quality graduate and postgraduate studies in English ( or Polish). The average study cost per year is € 2,500 - €5,000 ( US $ 3,504 – US $ 7,008 ). “
Think Poland represents major public universities, academies of economics and polytechnics in the country, that provide programmes in both English and Polish. Falencik reports, “We are also cooperating with the Institute of Polish Academy of Science, which are famous for their international research and PhD programmes, also in English.” The company is looking to work with more agent partners worldwide and has five offices throughout Poland. The offices will help with logistics such as obtaining a Polish Resident’s Card, finding accommodation and organising a tax number, as we as organise student events.
Falencik pointed out another advantage that international students should consider: “Full-time international students can work legally with a work permit.” She said that Think Poland offices would provide job assistance services, and has signed partnership agreements with recruitment agencies working in certain sectors such as gastronomy and hospitality.
Think Poland has been designated a winner of the EU Innovative Economy programme, for its innovation and the IT system that has been designed for its operation www.thinkpoland.org. “I hope Think Poland will provide a strong input into the promotion of Poland as an educational and travel destination, “adding that there are also degree-level courses available in French and German. “We also organise courses in Polish language for academic purposes for those wishing to study in Polish.”