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Wednesday 26 March 2014 -
09:00 to 16:00
The University of Warsaw


This conference explores ways for Polish universities to attract significantly higher numbers of international students. The focus will be on enriching the didactic offer through the development of courses taught in foreign languages. Polish and British specialists will share their experiences and look at examples of good practice in both countries. A micro-teaching demo session of an Academic Teaching Excellence course will be demonstrated to an audience of 200 university rectors and deans.


Pat Killingley, Senior Higher Education Consultant, British Council

Jolanta Urbanikowa, Rector’s Deputy for Bologna Process and organisation of language provision, The University of Warsaw


  • To identify the challenges of internationalisation
  • To present and discuss some solutions which may help develop an offer attractive for foreign students

Special focus will be put on enhancing didactic skills of the staff teaching in foreign languages, English in particular.

Who can attend?

University vice chancellors, rectors for international relations, heads of international offices, deans of departments with English taught curricula from all over the country.


This event is free of charge.


Monika Knapkiewicz
0048 604271643

Dorota Krasniewska
0048 604280404

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