Poland’s traditions of academic education goes back to 1364 when King Casimir the Great established the Cracow Academy, known today as the Jagiellonian University. The Cracow Academy, being one of the oldest in the world, took after academies in Bologna and Padua, and was the second university in Central Europe after Prague. About two centuries later, in 1579.[…]
Malta is one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries. Malta is an associate of both the Commonwealth and the European Union, and benefits close bond with the United Kingdom. It is a member of the European Higher Education Area.People from different places around the world visit each year, and are attracted by the stunning lagoons and beaches, water sports, pulsating nightlife, archaeological scenes.[…]
If studying on a small island in the Mediterranean appeals to you, then Malta has a lot to offer. Its only university, the University of Malta (UoM), traces its origins back to 1592 with its foundations as a university following in 1769.
Malta is a member of both the European Union and the Commonwealth, and enjoys close ties with the UK. It is a member of the European Higher Education Area.
Undergraduate courses for EU students are free.
Edward de Bono, founder of lateral thinking, graduated in Medicine from the University.[…]
Considering the culture and the solidarity the Poles have with everyone entering their country, as well as the low living costs and the multitude of universities, there’s no surprise that Poland has become one of the most preferred destinations for international students worldwide.Poland is wild! There are few countries like it in Europe, with such a long history of resistance groups, fighters and real-life Phoenixes, who raise stronger from their own ashes.[…]
Like many of the European Union member countries, Poland offers scholarships to students through the government, various foundations and the universities themselves. They are available to students of Polish origin including disabled applicants as well as to international students both from within the EU itself and from countries outside the EU. The high number of institutions that offer scholarships and their fluid availability makes the situation in the country unique.
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0-1 It’s not every day that a university fires nearly all of its faculty. But that’s what happened at the American University of Malta, a start-up institution operated by a Jordanian construction and tourism company without a track record in higher education. Some of AUM’s faculty had relocated to Malta from other countries, including the …
The small, sunny island of Malta might often be overlooked for its flashier neighbours, but if you’re looking to study somewhere that is bathed in golden sun, combines natural beauty with a laid back lifestyle and an all-round pleasant atmosphere, then Malta is bound to leave you smiling. Read on to discover a few reasons why.[…]
Malta is an archipelago with three main islands (Malta, Gozo, and Comino), located in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily. Only the three main islands are inhabited. Its total area is 316 square kilometres. The islands consist of mainly low, rocky, flat dissected plains with many coastal cliffs, numerous bays, and good harbours. Valetta is the capital.[…]
Malta. Is it as good as England, Australia or New Zealand in English language teaching?As a teacher from England I have had first-hand experience with English languageteaching in England. It is difficult to compare the beautiful weather, varied cuisineand relaxed atmosphere to England. England is great for some things but trust me, theweather is not one of them. When comparing English language learning you have toconsider several things, the quality of the school, the professionalism of the staff and
the atmosphere. All of these things are important for a productive languagelearningexperience. Fortunately Malta has all of these things. Now, I am not generalizing,[…]
I often see questions from people who haven’t chosen where to study yet and want to know if it’s easy to find places to work as a student in Poland. Generally speaking, it’s very difficult when you don’t speak English, and it really depends on your personal skills and luck. This is why you should start getting familiar with the job market before you even come to Poland – to get a feel for your chances. Be prepared to spend many months looking for a job.[…]