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An electrical engineering student from Turkey wants to study in Poland


turk engineer 1 | 2
3 Jan 2011 #1
Hello friends. My english isn't good. My name is Emre. I m from Turkey and i m stadying at Electrical Engineering.

I decided come to Poland. Next year, I will come Poland with Erasmus. But I dont know about Poland. My other alternative country was Sweden but i learn that Sweden's people is some racist. Also they aren t liking of Turks.

I can take information about your country?

This is my facebook profile:

facebook.com/home.php#!/ReneGazali

We will can introduce.

Thank you.
joewpolsce
3 Jan 2011 #2
I don't know how bad racism is in sweden, but there's racism in poland too. Overall poles don't seem to like turks (dark, muslim) very much.

I'm sure you'll be ok, whether in poland or sweden.
kingdom26 1 | 18
16 Feb 2011 #3
well I live in Sweden most European don't like Turkish because of their dirty behavior, if you are good to yourself and sure you will meet good people both in Poland or Sweden....wish you all the best
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Feb 2011 #4
most European don't like Turkish

speak for yourself
Torq
16 Feb 2011 #5
Overall poles don't seem to like turks

What nonsense. Turkey never acknowledged the partitions of Poland and we remember that.
They were an honourable enemy (unlike our dear Christian neighbours) and today Polish-Turkish
relations are very good.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poland%E2%80%93Turkey_relations

I am a native Pole, living in Poland - so you should rather believe me and not the foreigners
who replied to your post before me. Come to Poland and see for yourself. Good luck!
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Feb 2011 #6
the foreigers who replied to your post

As someone who's worked in both Warsaw and Istanbul, I noticed plenty of similarities between Poles and Turks, most of them positive.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
16 Feb 2011 #7
and today Polish-Turkish
relations are very good.

Yup, most people have no issue with Turks - only trouble I've ever heard of concerned Poles in Germany fighting with Turks, but that's a whole different story.

I've got a Turkish friend here who has no issues at all.
JaneDoe 5 | 114
16 Feb 2011 #8
I noticed plenty of similarities between Poles and Turks

I wonder what are they?
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Feb 2011 #9
Pride, a love of debating/arguing, hospitality, pragmatism, politeness. And I was surprised how similar the food can be!
JaneDoe 5 | 114
16 Feb 2011 #10
And I was surprised how similar the food can be!

I agree with the rest, but how the food is similar?
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Feb 2011 #11
Golabki, grilled meat, lots of gerkhins, a dislike of heavily spiced food, kopytki, plenty of cakes, lots of black tea, but above all surowka with nearly every main meal.
NomadatNet 1 | 457
16 Feb 2011 #12
I live in Sweden most European don't like Turkish

Okay, it is not good analogy, but, I'll say it, a truth.
Women and men don't like each others either.
Whatever brings them together brings Sweedes and Turks too.
JaneDoe 5 | 114
16 Feb 2011 #13
Golabki

Do you have dolma in mind? It's with grape leaves.

gerkhins

Cacik & mizeria?

kopytki

How come?

but above all surowka with nearly every main meal.

Very true. Turks add lemon to everything. Even to a chicken soup! LOL
Polish food is more bland, while Turkish is more tasty.
mephias 11 | 304
16 Feb 2011 #14
I was surprised how similar the food can be!

I don't agree.

turk engineer

If you are from a coastal region of Turkey, first thing you need to worry about is the weather(in both countries). Weather forecast says it is -5 today but I feel at least -20.

Very true. Turks add lemon to everything. Even to a chicken soup! LOL

If you are talking about lemon, You should see the Iranians :). They are eating beef, lamb and chicken (we also have some dishes you can add lemon but not everything )adding lemon which was very strange for me.
jonni 16 | 2,485
16 Feb 2011 #15
Do you have dolma in mind? It's with grape leaves.

Golabki, with cabbage leaves. That surprised me,

How come?

Ask the chef! Maybe he was Polish...

Very true. Turks add lemon to everything. Even to a chicken soup! LOL
Polish food is more bland, while Turkish is more tasty.

I liked the lemon with everything, and agree that the food is tastier. Wonderful soup - I remember one very similar to bogracz and another a bit like zurek. Plenty of white cheese too.

I was doing some business there for just a month and had to buy new clothes, a size bigger!
Ireland4ever - | 44
16 Feb 2011 #16
yes. come to Poland...it is very multi-cultural and wants foreigners to settle there to fill the gap left by all the people going to Ireland
sobieski 107 | 2,128
16 Feb 2011 #17
Another one who is looking for a backdoor into Schengen. Long live Vienna 1683 !


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