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"Ukrainian-Polish Center" of the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute" was created according to the «Framework Agreement on the creation of the Polish-Ukrainian Center NTUU "Igor Sikorsky KPI"» on March 7, 2008, between the Polish Educational Foundation "PERSPEKTYWY" represented by its President W. Sivinski and National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute" represented by its rector M. Z. Zgurovsky.
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Let the coming year bring lots of great things for all of us.
According to Anna Wdowinska of the Perspektywy Education Foundation, during the 2017/18 academic year 37,829 Ukrainian students studied at Polish universities, representing more than 50% of the country’s international students.
There are a growing number of courses taught in English at Polish universities, meaning even greater international reach. In Lublin alone, there are already over 50 courses in English.
Studying in Poland requires significant investment. Ukrainians have to pay for tuition, with fees of up to €2,000 per year, although many universities offer (more…)
KPI designers of nanosatellites meet with delegation of Polish Space Agency.
Representatives of the Department of Science and Innovation at the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (KPI) and researchers working on the implementation of the University’s Space Program met with representatives of the Polish Space Agency on October 10.
Led by Grzegorz Brona, President of the Polish Space Agency, the delegation included Prof. Krzysztof Wesolowski and Rafal Krenz of the Poznan University of Technology (PUT), among others. In addition, the Polish delegation was (more…)
To avoid persecution by Stalin, the poet Anna Akhmatova burnt her writings and instead taught a circle of friends the words of her poem Requiem off by heart. By going ‘pre-Gutenberg’ she ensured its survival, writes Martin Puchner.
When Anna Akhmatova began working on her long poem Requiem sometime in the 1930s, she knew that she would not be allowed to publish it. Stalin was keeping a tight grip on the printing presses, and he would not endorse a poem that grappled (more…)
Quick! Try naming five words that start with the letter L. Lollipop, lazy, long, Labrador, like, language… and the list goes on and on. Now, try naming five words that start with the letter X. Xylophone, X-ray…not so easy, right? For another challenge, see if you can guess the one letter that isn’t in any U.S. state name.
Still racking your brain for more words that start with an X? You might want to stop because the Oxford English Dictionary only lists (more…)