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VISA FROM INDIA TO POLAND IN 10 STEPS

It’s never easy to move to another country, especially one so far from home. Of course it’s worth it. You’ll meet new people and see many new places. You’ll be able to share your culture and knowledge, and you’ll make memories that will last forever. But formalities and papers are the worst – they’re complicated and time-absorbing. If you’re in the beginning stages, and you want clear instructions how to apply a visa from India to Poland, this article will save you a lot of time.[…]

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7 Reasons Why Teaching In Malta Is The Best Job Ever

Teachers get to stress out over external visits (which are always a surprise, yay!), they have the pleasure of feeling guilty if a student doesn’t grasp a concept, and they get to go over the same lesson in their heads over and over again, wondering where and how it could be improved. Sometimes it even keeps them up at night which allows them to enjoy the soft shimmering moonlight and the way the world goes quiet at 3am – bliss![…]

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The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Poland

In the heart of Kraków’s Old Town, the Gothic church spires loom overhead, above a patchwork of baroque frontispieces and romanesque buildings. Nearby, the winding Vistula river snakes past the bars and bohemian cafés of Podgórze district, the elegant outline of the great Wawel Castle glowing in gold and ochre and red brick atop the craggy Wawel Hill. Elsewhere, cobblestone alleys give way to smoky jazz joints and bubbling squares loaded with local trinket markets hidden in Kazimierz. No wonder upwards of seven million visitors hit this one every year.[…]

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Visa Requirements for Malta

Students from EU countries and countries that are part of the Schengen Agreement do NOT need a Visa in order to travel to Malta. Other nationals from Japan, South Korea, Argentina and Brazil also do not need a short stay VISA.Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.[…] 

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Education and Schools in Poland

Education is compulsory for all children living in Poland aged between seven and 18, including expats. Children attend kindergarten from the age of around three or five; it is compulsory to attend at least one year of formal education before entering the first grade of primary school no later than the age of seven. Primary school (szkola podstawowa) is from grade 1 to 6, when students turn 13. This is followed by lower secondary school (gymnazium) for three years (grade 7 to 9). After this, students have the option to attend one of a number of different types of secondary schools: three-year general high school, four-year technical high school or three-year vocational high school.[…]

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10 Best Places to Visit in Poland

Life has not been easy for Poland, an eastern European country that has been invaded and destroyed many times over the centuries. The country suffered mightily in World War II when many of its citizens, including its large Jewish population, were hustled off to Nazi concentration camps. The Polish spirit, however, refused to die and today the country combines medieval architecture with lively cultural activities to meet the needs of modern tourists. An overview of the best places to visit in Poland[…]

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Education in Warsaw

Choosing the right school is not an exact science, but with a little background work, some searching questions and a thorough visit, you can look forward to enjoying a happy and productive partnership with your children’s new school.
One of the biggest concerns of parents when they learn that they’ll be relocating overseas is how their children will adjust and be educated. ” Will they be happy? Will they be safe? Will they be able to reintegrate when they return home?” These are all questions that parents ask themselves before departure.[…]

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London School of Commerce Malta

The London School of Commerce Malta offers an attractive centrally located campus in a stunning location on the charming island of Malta where English is one of the two official national languages and widely spoken by all of the local population. The LSC Malta campus is equipped with all of the facilities required for a positive learning experience including Wi-Fi throughout the premises, a well stocked and equipped library, and leisure areas.[…]

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Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology

Established in 2001, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. Through our six institutes in Malta and the Gozo Campus, we offer 185 full-time and over 300 part-time vocational courses ranging from certificates to degrees (MQF Level 1 to Level 6). Our students are prepared for careers in different sectors of the economy or for higher education.[…]

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Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology

Established in 2001, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. Through our six institutes in Malta and the Gozo Campus, we offer 185 full-time and over 300 part-time vocational courses ranging from certificates to degrees (MQF Level 1 to Level 6). Our students are prepared for careers in different sectors of the economy or for higher education.[…]