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Coming as a foreign Exchange Student - Information about school life in Poland


superkill 7 | 9
26 Jan 2011 #1
Hello my name is Brandon and I am going to an Exchange student to poland during 2011-2012 school year, and I was just wanting to find out what I can expect while Im over there if anyone can help me out please do!!!

Wish someone could help me with this, and there is supposed to be the word "BE" between "TO" and "AN" in the first sentance.
Chicago Pollock 7 | 504
28 Jan 2011 #2
you need to be more specific. What do you want to know?
OP superkill 7 | 9
31 Jan 2011 #3
I want to know how basically a typical school day is like in poland if your 17 years old, and how I will be accepted over there as an American.
BBman - | 344
31 Jan 2011 #4
how I will be accepted over there as an American.

They'll love you, especially the women;)

High school life in Poland is fairly similar to the US: parties, sports, homework etc. I think Polish students have more homework per night than their US counterparts though. Polish students seem to have less money as well.
wwa
31 Jan 2011 #5
My old highschool (in Warsaw) takes part in student exchange programs, I went to New York couple of years ago. It was pretty much the same for me, as far as the school life goes. I had the advantage of attending to a bilingual school, so I was used to having classes in English. People are more or less the same everywhere:) Your situation is propably slightly different, not speaking Polish and all, but not to worry. Vast majority of 17-year-olds speak English (especially in big cities), You will be just fine. The biggest difference is that, while playing football here we tend to use our feets:)
OP superkill 7 | 9
1 Feb 2011 #6
Thanks for helping me you guys have gave me some good help. So in poland do schools have their own sports team like over here or is it like germany where there is just sports clubs?
bubu
18 Apr 2011 #7
Where are you gonna stay in Poland?
Helgeson
26 Oct 2012 #8
Merged: Exchange student programs in Poznan, Poland? Which nationalities come here?

Hi im thinking about going as an exchange student to Poznan but cant find any information about which nationalities come to Poland. Anyone here knows which are the most common ones?
delphiandomine 87 | 18,458
26 Oct 2012 #9
Spanish and Turkish, right now. Plenty of Italians too, but not as students.
555555
26 Nov 2015 #10
Merged: How the international students integrate into the social world of Polish students?

Hi everybody :) I would really appreciate it if someone can help me by answering this question in a scientific way. How the international students integrate into the social world of Polish students and vice versa.

Thanks in advance!
Nathans
28 Nov 2015 #11
Learning polish would be the crucial part of surviving in Poland.


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