Poznań University of Economics

Sven M.

University: 
Study Period: 
Spring & Autumn 2010
Academic Level:
Master
   
 

RatuszIn the time from February 2010 till February 2011 I spent two very interesting semesters as an exchange student at the Poznan University of Economics. Poznan is a great place worth seeing. The city combines historic places with a modern life and therefore guarantees that you never feel bored. Next to a number of modern shopping centers and a colorful nightlife you will see plenty of old monuments. Poznan “never sleeps” because throughout the whole year there is a huge amount of events including concerts, galleries, markets, sport events and much more. In addition, the local ESN (Erasmus Student Network) group offered countless activities, trips, workshops and parties. The advantageous location of the city makes it easy to reach and also allows a number of travels through Poland by car, train or airplane.

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Poznań University of Economics

Saskia C.

University: 
Study Period: 
Spring 2010
Academic Level: Master
   
 

SaskiaI spent the summer semester of 2010 at the Poznań University of Economics, taking part in the local Erasmus programme to which I was enrolled by IS:link. There were several convincing reasons that induced me to study abroad for one semester in Poland. First of all, I wanted to improve my English language skills and conveniently the Poznan University offers courses in English. Then, I always loved to see distant places and I wanted to try getting along on my own in a novel environment and make new friendships. Luckily, all of these wishes very completely fulfilled during my semester in Poznan. I met many great people, broadened my horizon, made many unique experiences, and last but not least had a lot of fun!

Concerning the Erasmus programme in Poznań, I especially liked the many excursions and weekend trips, leading us to Polish cities like Warsaw, Kraków and Gdynia, as well as to the famous region Masuria. Furthermore, we played paint ball, went canoeing, took part in a parade and partied on the tramway, which crossed the city for several hours while playing loud music.

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