Congratulations and diplomas for rectors of the best universities and to the deans conducting the best courses, and excellent guests. Włodek Pawlik, the best jazz pianist in Poland (Grammy award winner), gave a performance before the final ranking of the Perspektywy University Ranking 2019 was presented. This was also an opportunity to summarize listings. The jubilee gala took place on June 12 at the Central Agricultural Library in Warsaw.
In its March edition the University World News published an article by Waldemar Siwinski: “The quest to promote quality over mediocrity in HE”. The author who is the President of Perspektywy Education Foundation in his article presents in detail the main aspects of the recent reform of Higher Education in Poland.
„Perspektywy” Education Foundation in close cooperation with the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP) and the Polish Accreditation Commission organized a conference “Polish Universities in International Perspective - Rankings and Strategic Management of a University”. The third conference under the same title was held in Warsaw on 3rd and 4th December 2018.
You can submit candidates’ applications for the best foreign student in Poland for the 9th edition of the INTERSTUDENT competition until December 14. We want to award international students who build cooperation between cultures and enrich the Polish academic environment. The competition is organized as part of the "Study in Poland" program. Over 70,000 foreigners are currently studying at Polish universities. The Competition Jury Board will select the best foreign students among those studying at Polish public and non-public universities, for the categories of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral studies.
Anna Fazackerley discussed Brexit with Prof Stuart Croft, vice-chancellor of Warwick University, and Prof Marcin Pałys, rector of Warsaw University in Poland in the daily newspaper “The Guardian”. The discussion concerns the impact of the Great Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on the situation of British universities. This is the first of a new series of 2VCS interviews pairing a UK vice-chancellor with one from abroad.