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Maybe you will find this article interesting. It's about foreign students in Lublin - next to Rzeszów.
How they are studying in Poland? "More than once I have heard the insults". "It's hard to communicate in English. Apartment? For us there are higher prices"
- My girlfriend was walking the dog. Suddenly came up to her an older man. He began to insult her, threatened, kicked the dog - says Andre from the US. - The only thing that annoys me: I can not communicate with the locals. Police officers, officials or post office workers do not speak English. But the homeless, who talked to her at the station, already so - adds Connor from the UK. We asked the foreign students, how they feel in Lublin
- Lublin how nicely defined my friend, love at second sight. I arrived at the bus station, got out, and saw shack and bazaars everywhere. Such images also I have seen in Kyrgyzstan. And then I found the charming Old Town.
At first I felt a stranger here, although even now - after a four-month stay - I still do not consider the city for my own. I do not have good contact with the Polish students. I do not really want to make friends, and even talk during the breaks between classes. Maybe it is the language barrier - says Bektur Elebesov from Kyrgyzstan (international relations, the second year of undergraduate studies).