Erasmus+ Information meeting for students qualified for Erasmus Studies in academic year 2017/2018.
10th March 2017 at 10:00
Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, Building D,room 2D.
It is our pleasure to invite colleagues from other institutions to the 7th INTERNATIONAL STAFF TRAINING WEEK, which will take place in Wroclaw from 15th to 19th May 2017.
Welcome from the Rector
One of the challenges and opportunities of the era of globalization is freedom to choose a country and a university at which to study. The educational options available to young people are nowadays much greater than for any of the previous generations. Traditionally, young people from non-English speaking backgrounds most often chose institutions in the USA, UK, and more recently Australia for education in English.
In the last twenty years, however, the political and consequently the educational map of the world has changed dramatically. Europe has opened its borders to the world not only for visitors interested in what the old world has to offer but also for the purposes of education.
And in Europe many think that Wrocław, the largest city in the West of Poland is one of the most fascinating places to be. The University of Wrocław has a history of more than three centuries and a long list of Nobel Prize winners. It is proud of its history, its buildings and the quality of research and education it provides. It is home to a large body of students from Poland and other European countries, and a small number of students from the other parts of the world.
I would like to invite you to come and study at the University of Wrocław to gain quality education and experience some of the most enjoyable moments of your life and at the same time to help us make our University a truly diverse and international educational institution.
Professor Adam Jezeierski
Rector of the University of Wrocław