On Wednesday, October 11, an organizational meeting of the Faculty Team for International Cooperation with foreign students who are studying at our Faculty this semester was held.
In total, in the winter semester we host 55 foreign students from 11 countries around the world: Czech Republic, France, Germany, Indonesia, Malta, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Vietnam, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. These are students carrying out educational visits under the Erasmus+ program and international bilateral agreements on academic cooperation.
During the meeting, students learned detailed rules regarding studying at our Faculty, credits and exams, the academic calendar and various forms of additional classes and attractions that await them during this semester.
We are very happy that the interest of foreign students in studying at our Faculty is constantly growing, which is visible in the numbers of students visiting us. We will make every effort to ensure that this trend continues.
The meeting was attended by members of the International Team of our Faculty:
- Dr. Hab. Marcin M. Wiszowaty, prof. UG – Vice-Dean for International Cooperation and Development
- Ph.D. Tomasz Widłak, prof. UG – Dean's Plenipotentiary for International Cooperation, Erasmus+ Coordinator KA131
- Dr. Magdalena Glanc-Żabiełowicz - Dean's Plenipotentiary for International Cooperation
- Ms. Marta Walentyn-Bukowska - Student' Affairs Specialist.
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