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  • Our scientists among World’s Top 2%

    Our scientists among World’s Top 2%

    Stanford University, Elsevier and SciTech Strategies have published a ranking of 2% of the best scientists in the world. There are two separate lists showing results of career-long and single year impact. Scientists are classified into 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields.

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  • Fulbright Ambassador appointed

    Fulbright Ambassador appointed

    Dr Magdalena Leszko has been appointed as Fulbright ambassador for 2021-2023. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program of the U.S. government.

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  • A new Erasmus+ project approved

    A new Erasmus+ project approved

    International Relations Department is pleased to inform that a new Erasmus+ project under Key Action 2 has been approved. DITE – Diverse Internationalisation of Teacher Education will focus on introducing different aspects of internationalization to TE students curricula. The project consortium is built by 6 organizations:

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  • EU4Belarus: A call for applications for students

    EU4Belarus: A call for applications for students

    The European Union under the “EU4Belarus: Solidarity with the people of Belarus” programme is launching a call for proposals for EU4Belarus – SALT (Support for Advanced Learning and Training) scholarships for Belarusian students who are already studying at universities in Lithuania, Latvia, Czechia, and Poland, as well as for those who will start their studies

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  • Patryk Dobek takes Olympic bronze in the Men’s 800 Meters in Tokyo

    Patryk Dobek takes Olympic bronze in the Men’s 800 Meters in Tokyo

    Patryk Dobek, a student of the University of Szczecin, won a bronze medal in the final 800 meters run in Tokyo in 1: 45.39 seconds. Gold and silver went to the Kenyans. The first to finish was Emmanuel Korir (1: 45.06), and the second was Ferguson Rotich (1: 45.23).

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  • Graduation Ceremony

    Graduation Ceremony

    Graduation day is one of the most important days in the life of the academic community. It is a time to celebrate all moments related to the University and the extraordinary adventure of studying. The last academic year was a difficult year, a year of the pandemic and distance learning.

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