And if any university student even mentions struggling under communism, then they've been in uni way too long and their opinions don't really matter :)
Actually, that's a very good point. Then I can check the "communism" part off the list.
You will be welcome at the beginning with curiosity;
I hope with not TOO much curiosity :)
But after that curiosity wears off, you will be treated as any other person
That's more what I was hoping for. Thank you so much for the opinion. Thanx to everyone actually for their opinions.
provided that your Polish accent will be not that much off.
Oh that might be a bit of a problem...My accent is a bit strange when I speak Polish. Hopefully that will change within a few years of studying in Poland?
So I'm guessing you were a little girl when you left Poland? I don't know if you still speak Polish but knowing it will make ur life much easier.
Not at all. I was born in South Africa :) I can speak and write in Polish. However, I do sometimes have problems understanding when people born and bred in Poland speak? I reckon though I should catch on quite quickly if I'm exposed to it every day.
Can anyone also advise me on the following in connection with what language I should study in, in Poland if I do go there? As you know it's a choice between Polish and English. Naturally the English studies cost more, but I'll be able to understand everything the professors say. On the other hand, if I study in Polish, the tuition fees are less, but I'm worried I might struggle in the beginning. I speak Polish with my parents, but I tend to insert English phrases a little too often when I'm lazy to think of the wording in Polish. Any suggestions?? Feel free to "test" my level of Polish if need be ;)