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Foreign students sing Polish carols

Date: 20.12.2016 Category: admission, ceremonies, general news, student activity

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As usual, students attending the School of Polish for Foreigners at Wrocław University of Science and Technology have met to sing carols together. The experience was vivid and multicultural

Students from countries including Indonesia, Angola, Colombia, Vietnam and Palestine presented their national dances and performed Christmas carols, which they'd prepared together, in the Polish language. There were also music surprises from the staff of the Enrolments Department and the school's teachers. The Christmas get-together at WUST is not only an opportunity for foreign students to learn about Polish Christmas customs but also to present their own traditions.

For some of them it was the first time they'd exchanged Christmas greetings, shared wafer and tasted traditional Christmas Eve dishes.

Currently, there are over 900 students from foreign countries attending courses at Wrocław University of Science and Technology. About 300 of them are people who have come here under the student exchange programme Erasmus+.

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