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Studia niestacjonarne? (in Polish universities)

Leonis 30 | 61
15 May 2010 #1
Can somebody please explain me what does it mean in practice?

Thanks a lot in advance...
SeanBM 35 | 5,806
15 May 2010 #2
It means you do not study during normal times but during weekends or evenings.
Polish Tutor - | 80
15 May 2010 #3
Not really at least not always for ex ample not AT medical universities SeanBM.
I will drop a line later to explain it. It is interesting (-:
OP Leonis 30 | 61
15 May 2010 #4
not study during normal times but during weekends or evenings.

I don't really understand that, because I saw a plan zajęć and they had lectures from Monday to Friday.... :S
frd 7 | 1,399
15 May 2010 #5
Hmm from what I know that's exactly what they are, you study from friday to sunday. This allows people to work and study in the same time. In Poland they are usually easier ( they exclude lots of subjects from the full course ). Many times people who are not able to get into the normal course drop to "studia stacjonarne". Often degrees claimed during such courses are prized much less than the "full" counterpart.
OP Leonis 30 | 61
15 May 2010 #6
Thanks a lot for the explanations :))
Polish Tutor - | 80
16 May 2010 #7
The Polish Constitution says that education also higher education has to be free. That is why high schools in Poland invented a trick to make possible to charge students for their studies. They offer “normal studies” ( studia dzienne) for free and other studies they call them “zaoczne” oder “niestacjonarne”. The form of these studies is sometimes different but sometimes the same. The point is to charge students (-:

The best example is medicine. The only one real difference between “studia dzienne” and “niestacjonarne” is money (-:
OP Leonis 30 | 61
31 May 2010 #8
Oh, I'm getting a grasp of it!
Thanks a lot for explaining it.

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