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My daughter goes to study in Poland


z_darius 14 | 3,968  
24 Mar 2009 /  #1
A little surprise that transpired a few months ago.

My daughter visited Poland some 3 years ago and since then couldn't stop thinking about somehow going back there for a "bit" longer. She's in the second year of University here in Canada majoring in history and political science. She just go accepted by one of Polish universities - the same school where I met my wife.

The irony of it all, eh? She's going where we came from.

It ain't easy to think about it but watcha gonna do. It looks like she's grown up now.
About the only thing easy about all of this is that at least her Canadian school is paying for it all.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699  
24 Mar 2009 /  #2
The irony of it all, eh? She's going where we came from.

its ok dad.. she will be just fine :) maybe you will have plan her wedding
too if she meets someone like you did :)
pgtx 30 | 3,156  
24 Mar 2009 /  #3
The irony of it all, eh? She's going where we came from.

let her go... :)
McCoy 27 | 1,269  
24 Mar 2009 /  #4
My daughter visited Poland some 3 years ago and since then couldn't stop thinking about somehow going back there for a "bit" longer.

Poland is addictive. I wouldn't be suprised if she decided to stay a bit longer then study years. Can she speak polish?
OP z_darius 14 | 3,968  
24 Mar 2009 /  #5
its ok dad.. she will be just fine :)

let her go... :)

That's exactly what wifey says.
Women are tough! No heart at all ;)

And will she remember about lunch and to wear a hat in Winter?

Seriously, no point in even trying to stop her. She's been working hard to get this going.

Poland is addictive. I wouldn't be suprised if she decided to stay a bit longer then study years.

I'm pretty sure she'll ba back in 2011 as she need to finish her coursework here to move on to a grad school. At least that's the plan as of now.

Can she speak polish?

Yes, she's perfectly bilingual so that part should be easy for her.
George8600 10 | 636  
27 Mar 2009 /  #6
Poland has some of the greatest Universities in Europe, and yes having spent some time there as a student studying it is indeed addictive for a young mind and a great place to study. It definitely beats my university here that's in a crowded city.
Randal 1 | 577  
28 Mar 2009 /  #7
It ain't easy to think about it but watcha gonna do. It looks like she's grown up now.

Try not to think about her as a little girl in ponytails riding her first bike or splashing in the backyard kiddie pool. :)
SRK85  
29 Mar 2009 /  #8
I don't know why but somehow Poland has a grasp on young people. I want to go back so badly and get my masters in Poland, I don't know what draws me to Poland so much. But its an amazing country and I love it.
Randal 1 | 577  
29 Mar 2009 /  #9
I don't know what draws me to Poland so much.

We get that a lot here. You should join the board.
SRK85  
30 Mar 2009 /  #10
I am a member I just forgot my password thats why it says I am a guest all the time.
vivianzizi 2 | 21  
30 Mar 2009 /  #11
may be she has met someone.
brgutfin  
31 Mar 2009 /  #12
So jealous... I was in Poland this summer and would LOVE to go back for a longer period of time. Maybe grad school, in a few years:)
vipservice - | 16  
8 Apr 2009 /  #13
remember to nostrify all her school papers before she'll come here.
And once here she has to apply wor a residence permit as a student, or she can apply for Polish citizenship since her mother is Polish.

vip-service@vip-service.com.pl

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