"Throughout the world, 4 million people study outside their own countries. It is estimated that by the year 2020 7 million people who want to receive education outside their country of birth. This market is estimated at $ 100 billion. The most active players are the U.S., UK, Australia. Poland has a chance to join this group because of the rapidly growing economy" - reads the Program signed and published on June 18th.
Polish Educational mission to Brazil took place on 14-23 March and was organized within the framework of the Ministry of Science campaign "Ready, Study, Go! Poland" that supports internationalization of Polish universities since 2012. The main purpose of the March mission to Brazil was to promote the Polish academic offer among Brazilian students and encourage them to apply to study in Poland under the scholarship program +Ciência sem Fronteiras+ (Science without borders).
Meetings with students and authorities of the leading Brazilian universities are in the agenda of the Polish educational mission to Brazil. It will take place on 14-22 March. Members include the representatives of eight Polish universities, Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Foundation for the Development of the Education System.
During 8-13 November, 2014 Embassy of Poland in Jakarta and the leading Polish universities took part in the 6th edition of the European Higher Education Fair (EHEF 2014) in Jakarta, Surabaya (East Java) and Makassar (South Sulawesi). Fair brought together dozens of exhibitors and attracted a total of several thousand young Indonesians who consider studying in Europe.
There are already 36 thousand foreign students at the Polish universities, among them nearly one thousand students from Turkey.
Poland’s booth was among the highlights of the eight edition of the higher education fair "Study in Europe" which was held on Saturday, 27th September at Suntec Convention Centre Singapore. Organised by the EU Delegation to Singapore, “Study in Europe” fair aims to provide students, parents and teachers with comprehensive information on Europe's higher education landscape.
Nearly 250 debates, panels, workshops and networking sessions devoted to the global challenges facing higher education were included in the programme of annual EAIE (European Association for International Education) conference, which is the largest European meeting of experts in the field of higher education. The theme of the conference was 'Stepping into a new era', marking the significant transformations of the international education field.
More than 8,000 education, immigration, and foreign policy experts from over 100 countries came together to share insights, data and new trends that will impact higher education around the world at NAFSA's 66th Annual Conference and Expo. With nearly 10,000 members, NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the world's largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education.
On 16-18 May 2014 a third edition of the European Higher Education Fair took place in Tokyo and Kyoto. More than two thousands visitors took part in this year’s fair.
Young citizens of Saudi Arabia are increasingly willing to study in Poland. They are currently one of the fastest growing groups of foreign students enrolled in tertiary education in Poland. Last week top Polish universities presented their offer in Saudi Arabia.