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How can I study in Poland? Is my high school certificate enough?


Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #1
Hello, I'm from Azerbaijan. I have a question;

I want to study in Poland, (z.B: Wroclaw University of Technology) but I don't know, can I with my school certificate (High school) to study in Poland?

I'm waiting for a positive answer.

Thank you!
pawian 176 | 14,299
30 Sep 2012 #2
Do you promise you will be a good citizen of Poland after you naturalise and you will raise your children as patriots of this country?
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #3
He wants to get into Schengen and the EU :)
He also could study in Singapore or something :)
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #4
Pawian,
I want only to study in Poland. But, yes I promise that when I will stay in Poland, I'll be a good citizen. :)

Sobieski,
Yep I want to study in Europe. But not in Spain or Italy and etc.
I want Poland, Germany, Netherland or Austria. I love North-West and North-East Europe. :)

Can you help me? I want some information about Poland, Education system in Poland and etc. :)

And I must tell that, my English isn't good. I know German better than English.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #5
I want Poland, Germany, Netherland or Austria. I love North-West and North-East Europe. :)

Why not in Asia, where you come from? Lots of universities there :)
And come to Europe...why not Spain or Italy?
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #6
Sobieski,

I'm from Azerbaijan. Big Part of my country is in Asia and a little part of my country is in Europe. :)
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azerbaijan

Why not Spain or Italy, because I don't like there. Because weather almost is hot in Italy and Spain. (And other southern European countries.)

And I have said; "I love North-West and North-East Europe." :)
jon357 66 | 16,957
30 Sep 2012 #7
I'm from Azerbaijan. Big Part of my country is in Asia and a little part of my country is in Europe. :)

Isn't that where this year's Eurovision was? A country with oil, very similar to Armenia?
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #8
jon357,

Yep, in this year Eurovision Song Contest was in Azerbaijan, Baku. And yes in my country have oil. :)

But I think that, we aren't similar to Armenia. :/
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #9
He just wants a fast-track entrance into the EU.
He could also go study in for example, Mongolia or China. Lots of places there. But then again, he would not get access to Europe.

He lives in Asia - the fact that Eurosong was in his country was a joke. Next time Mongolia also will be included :)
pawian 176 | 14,299
30 Sep 2012 #10
Sobieski, leave the man alone. He is a decent intelligent guy, the one we need in Poland.
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #11
Sobieski,

My country is in South Caucasus, this place is in Western Asia and Eastern Europe.

"The Caucasian states can be included in definitions of Eastern Europe with referece to its Soviet membership and its legacy as well. These countries participate in European Union's Eastern Partnership Program. These countries are members of Council of Europe.

Azerbaijan
Armenia
Georgia" (from Wikipedia)
(You can find here; upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/74/Europe_subregion_map_UN_ge oschme.svg)

I have said that, big part of my country is in Asia. But a little part is in Europe.

I think that, it's not problem. I'm not your enemy. :)

And for example; Cyprus isn't located in Europe but Cyprus is member of EU.

Pawian,
Thank you for your tolerance. :)
Wulkan - | 3,250
30 Sep 2012 #12
I know German better than English.

So why don't you want to study in Germany? You won't study in Poland in German...
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #13
Wulkan,
I want, I want to study in Germany.
But I can't. Because, they have said; "You must study in your country one or two year at the University. Then you can to study in Germany." But I want to begin undergraduate in University next year.

If I will go to Germany , then I will begin undergraduate at the university in 2014 or 2015. :/
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #14
And for example; Cyprus isn't located in Europe but Cyprus is member of EU.

Cyprus is since eternal times part of Europe. It always has been. You are Asian. Why do you not go study in Asia?
Don't you lecture us Europeans. You live in Asia.
What is your motivation wanting to study in Europe?
Warszawette - | 128
30 Sep 2012 #15
To Razul: I assume Cyprus (the Southern part thereof) is part of the UE because it's population is Greek. Moreover, Europe was a Greek princess so it can be seen as normal that Greece is part of the European Union.
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #16
Ok, I don't want to study in Poland.

thanks for all advices

Specially thanks to Sobieski for his humanism.
Warszawette - | 128
30 Sep 2012 #17
Sorry but why studying in Poland? Polish schools are nothing special so besides entering the UE, what's the big advantage? It's amazing all those 3rd world people expecting to use Poland to enter the UE!
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #19
Ok, I don't want to study in Poland.

You only want to enter Europe with a student visa. It is for people as you that Fortress Europe is being erected.
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #20
Sobieski,
Warszawette

I want only to study in Poland. That's all. If I want only to enter Europe, I can go to Bulgaria or Romania.

I thought that people of Poland are humanist, not racist and not nazi. But I have make a mistake.

That's all.

Thanks for all advices.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #21
You did not answer the basic question. WHY do you want to study in Poland, and not in your home country?
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #22
Sobieski,

Because; topuniversities.com/institution/baku-state-university

Ok?!
sobieski 107 | 2,128
30 Sep 2012 #23
I do not buy this one. You want to get into Europe, that is all.
Why not study in Singapore or Peking?
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #24
Sobiesk
You aren't special person for me.

Because, I don't like there.
pawian 176 | 14,299
30 Sep 2012 #25
I thought that people of Poland are humanist, not racist and not nazi. But I have make a mistake.

Hey, that racist scum sobieski isn`t Polish at all. Don`t mind him/her, he/she is one of most active trolls here, notoriously offending people. Why they keep him/her here, is a mystery to most members, except other trolls. :):):)

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jon357 66 | 16,957
30 Sep 2012 #26
Most are OK, especially students. You could do a lot worse than come to Warsaw.
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #27
Pawian,

Oh, ok. Then it's not problem. :)

Thank you again for your tolerance. :)
peterweg 37 | 2,321
30 Sep 2012 #28
Rasul

Unlike most of the posters here, Pawian is actually Polish and a teacher.

Most of the nasty, racists are not Polish and come here to attack Poland's image by behaving like pigs.
OP Rasul Mammadli 1 | 11
30 Sep 2012 #29
Peterweg,

I understood. They are stupid.

How can I find some information about education system in Poland?

Can you help me?
pawian 176 | 14,299
30 Sep 2012 #30
Check this site:

nauka.gov.pl/fileadmin/user_upload/ministerstwo/Publikacje/20120724_Poland.Study_in_English.pdf

nauka.gov.pl/higher-education/higher-education-in-poland/studying-in-the-polish-language/

nauka.gov.pl/higher-education/degrees-and-diplomas-studies-in-english/

I want to study in Poland, (z.B: Wroclaw University of Technology) but I don't know, can I with my school certificate (High school) to study in Poland?

Yes.


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