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Are there any German or British universities in Poland?


Aymeb 2 | 7
16 Dec 2013 #1
Hi every one
I would like to ask you if there is any germany , british or american university in poland
Monitor 14 | 1,820
16 Dec 2013 #2
They're all Polish, but some payed some cash to grand foreign diplomas for graduates. For example:

Warsaw-Illinois Exective MBA: University of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign and Wydział Zarządzania Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego

pracuj.pl/edukacja/wydzial-zarzadzania-uniwrsytetu-warszawskiego-miedzynarodowe-centrum-zarzadzania.htm

Szkoła Wyższa im. A. Frycza-Modrzewskiego and University of Bedfordshire Business School (Wielka Brytania)
Master of Business Administration - Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania/ Polish Open University i Oxford Brookes University (Wielka Brytania).
Krakowska Szkoła Biznesu Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie and Stockholm University School of Business (Szwecja)
Krakowska Szkoła Biznesu Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie and St. Gallen Business School (Szwajcaria).

edukacyjnykrakow.pl/?cget=artykul&from=38

They offer combo: 3 diplomas for 1 study: Polish, American and British.
pomaturze.pl/pages/2099/754/Uczelnia+Lazarskiego

Program WEMBA MBA from Minnesota University, Carlson School of Management Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie.
wemba.edu.pl/~1576247bf351ccde8abde73b~/diploma

Joint Master of Science in International Business and Management (JMSCIBM) PUE (Poznan University of Economics) NTU (Nottingham Trent University)
ue.poznan.pl/data/upload/articles/20131111/NewPresentation _from_PUE-NTU_2011.ppt
OP Aymeb 2 | 7
16 Dec 2013 #3
Mr monitor thank you a lot for your help , I appreciate that.

I checked all the websites but there is no one give PhD program
In english >_<
Harry
17 Dec 2013 #4
But didn't you say you are already working on your PhD in Lodz?
sobieski 107 | 2,128
17 Dec 2013 #5
He did. I wonder when the request for a working visa will come.

They're all Polish, but some payed some cash to grand foreign diplomas for graduates. For example:

These are companies issuing "degrees".
Monitor 14 | 1,820
17 Dec 2013 #6
But didn't you say you are already working on your PhD in Lodz?

You should ask more specific questions. No, there are no foreign universities doing research in Poland. But there are PhD programs in English, some having cooperation with foreign university, giving chance for students to work for some time (0.5 - 2 years) abroad. They are not many though.
OP Aymeb 2 | 7
17 Dec 2013 #7
I have contact with Poznan university to study PhD
And the accepted me , but i'm thinking to go to engand toimprove my english
before start my study for short time
To be honest i want stay in poland but i'm interesting to study PhD research
With university not polish
That is whay i asked you guys if there is any foreign university in poland ^_^
Harry
17 Dec 2013 #8
I have contact with Poznan university to study PhD
And the accepted me ,

Interesting, given how you very specifically said in this post that you are "studying PhD in lodz".

Anyway, to sum up, no, there are no German or British universities in Poland. None.
OP Aymeb 2 | 7
17 Dec 2013 #9
Ooh you asking many questions

Ok I have finished my master in Clark American university
and this is their website
clarkuniversity.eu

I have contacted with Poznan university now to study PhD as I said
But I'm still living in Lodz ..
I hope every thing is clear now Mr. Sherlock Holmes ^_^
sobieski 107 | 2,128
17 Dec 2013 #10
I hope every thing is clear now Mr. sherlock holmes ^_^

Nope. Our labrador speaks better English as you - far better as it goes - At which "university" will you "study"?

Clark "University"...Care to ask any competent employer how they value your "degree" ?
Harry
17 Dec 2013 #11
I have contacted with poznan university now to study PhD as I said
But I'm still liveing in lodz ..

Er, you said that you are "studying PhD in lodz".

I hope every thing is clear now Mr. sherlock holmes ^_^

One thing that is clear is that you shouldn't waste your time applying to a British university. To get a Tier 4 student visa (which is what you'd need to study at a British uni), you are legally required to have a minimum of IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent) in all four skills (listening, writing, reading and speaking). Sorry but your posts here very much suggest that you are a long way from that level.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
17 Dec 2013 #12
Sorry but your posts here very much suggest that you are a long way from that level.

His posts suggests he is aiming for a non-Phd working visa
OP Aymeb 2 | 7
17 Dec 2013 #13
Mr Harry thank you a lot for your advic
Yes I need to improve my English .
But do you think it is better to start studay PhD in polish university and in the seam time study english
Or I just only focus to improve my english here in Poland this year.
Thanks for your patience
Harry
17 Dec 2013 #14
But do you think it is better to start studay PhD in polish university and in the seam time study english

You'd need to check with whichever uni you want to go to in the UK that they will accept the work you did in Poland (and that they'd accept your undergraduate degree too). I'd think that they probably won't.

His posts suggests he is aiming for a non-Phd working visa

His chances of getting either are very slim: a British university is legally required to insist on a minimum of IELTS 5.5 in all four skills. As to British universities running courses in Poland, well it would be terrible PR for them to have one set of entry qualifications in the UK and another in Poland.

There's an interesting thread about studying in Poland which specifically mentions the above-named private uni: nairaland.com/282780/hh

I do hope that British universities carry on being smart enough to stay well out of the 'overseas branch' game when it comes to Poland.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
18 Dec 2013 #15
what PhD do you want to do Aymeb?
OP Aymeb 2 | 7
18 Dec 2013 #16
Management
Research phd or onlin
Harry
18 Dec 2013 #17
How are you expecting to get a visa to study an on-line course.

and yes it IS racist however you want to dress it up.

I'm sure that when we get Australians, Kiwis, Canadians etc asking here about how to get a backdoor visa into the EU via sketchy courses at shady institutions, Sobieski will tell them where to go too. If you doubt he will, why not register as 'KingKiwi' and post asking if people studying advance sheep-shagging at Bielsko-Biala Advanced International Institute of Educational Learning actually need to bother living in Poland and see what his reaction is?
DominicB - | 2,703
18 Dec 2013 #18
Management
Research phd or onlin

I can't imagine how you would be able to do the research for a real Ph.D. at a serious school with your level of English. I'm assuming that your Polish is not all that much better. I can't see you plowing through two, three or four hundred pages a day of heavy academic prose, day in and day out, year after year. Never mind writing a dissertation. And I can't imagine you being able to do so for at least another two or three years, that is, if you really start studying English very intensively now.

Frankly, I have no idea how you got a masters.
Wulkan - | 3,251
18 Dec 2013 #19
I can't imagine how you would be able to do the research for a real Ph.D. at a serious school with your level of English.

I allready wrote that to him but my post was deleted...
DominicB - | 2,703
18 Dec 2013 #20
It shouldn't have been. It's pretty clear that the OP's English is severely deficient.
Maybe 12 | 409
19 Dec 2013 #21
upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2011/10/22/Visa-scandal-kills-University-of-Wales/UPI-33451319318373

I appreciate this link is to an article three years ago but it is still relevant. The abuse of the UK Student Visa system is a means for some to profiteer, perhaps foreign students should have to raise a £100,000 deposit, which is returned when their studies are completed and they return to their countries.

Since the majority of foreign students are wealthy, this shouldn't be totally out of reach. No doubt for those students who might struggle to raise such finance might be able to borrow against assets owned by the students family.


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