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Is doing study courses by correspondence popular among Polish people?


vndunne 43 | 279
23 Jan 2012  #1
Hi. I just have a very general question...

How popular is doing a course e.g. business, creative, skills, by correspondence among Polish People?
Especially, if the course carried a recognised qualification by a recognised professional body?

Thanks,

Vincent
Alligator - | 261
23 Jan 2012  #2
Not popular at all. Almost every employer here recognise only qualifications acquired through university (but only normal courses, not correspondence).
OP vndunne 43 | 279
23 Jan 2012  #3
Thanks for you feedback alligator.
abu3issa 14 | 42
22 Apr 2013  #4
Merged: Home economics courses for adults in Kraków and Warsaw?

Where can a girl take a course in Home Economics in Kraków or Warsaw?

Home economics is a field of formal study including such topics as consumer education, institutional management, interior design, home furnishing, cleaning, handicrafts, sewing, clothing and textiles, commercial cooking, cooking, nutrition, food preservation, hygiene, child development, managing money, and family relationships. This teaches students how to properly run a family environment and make the world a better place for generations to come
Looker - | 1,011
24 Oct 2014  #5
consumer education, institutional management, interior design, home furnishing, cleaning, handicrafts, sewing, clothing and textiles, commercial cooking, cooking, nutrition, food preservation, hygiene, child development, managing money, and family relationships

All of these in just single course? I doubt you can find it in Krakow, Warsaw or any other city in Poland.
But divide it all into separate issues - it's a different story. Then you would probably find some eg. interior design courses, sewing, nutrition, child development schools, etc.

And if in one place for everything - on the internet only, sitting in front of the monitor.


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