News Desk: Coventry University’s campus in Wrocław, Poland has opened applications to students from outside the EU wishing to study on its undergraduate degree programs.
The announcement follows the decision from the Polish government to grant the institution the required permission to expand its student recruitment outside of the EU.
“We are attracting interest from potential students from neighbouring states, non-EU citizens in Poland and further afield”
Students from EU countries could already apply to and study programs including Digital Technology, Business Management and Leadership, Aviation Management and Cyber Security at the Wrocław campus.
The new campus offers multiple intakes throughout the year, while giving students the opportunity to gain a British degree awarded by Coventry University in mainland Europe.
Courses are offered in blocks for both full-time and part-time students and can be started at the beginning of any block in September, November, January, February, April or June.
Full-time study consists of four six-week academic blocks per year. However, students only study one module at a time, allowing them to immerse themselves in each topic.
Part-time students can take up to four blocks a year and need to complete 12 blocks to finish their degrees.
All courses are taught in English, with students able to study without the pressure of year-end exams and an opportunity for career-focused placements.
“While we are primarily established to serve the needs of the city of Wrocław and the Lower Silesia region, we are attracting interest from potential students from neighbouring states, non-EU citizens in Poland and from further afield,” said John Dishman, pro-vice-chancellor and CEO for CU Group.
“We hope that by introducing international students to our Wrocław Campus, and thereby diversifying the student body, we will give our current students the opportunity to develop as global citizens.”