In May 8, the University of Szczecin started recruitment for studies. For students who want to gain knowledge and develop their interests at the same time, 10,000 places have been prepared in over 90 fields of study, including 10 new ones. Our motto this year is YOU CAN MORE, because at our University students can combine scientific and personal development and pursue their passions.
Registration takes place on-line in the Electronic Registration of Candidates system. What do you have to do to become a student at the University of Szczecin? From May 8 to July 12, you must register in the system, choose your field of study and pay the recruitment fee. The announcement of the results of the first recruitment for full-time first-cycle and uniform master's studies will take place in July 28.
The US Department of Law and Administration inaugurated the School of Ukrainian Law. Its creation is the result of a cooperation agreement between our University and the National University of Ivan Franko in Lviv. The agreement on the establishment of the School of Ukrainian Law was signed by the Dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration of our University, dr hab. Ewelina Cała-Wacinkiewicz, prof. US and Dean of the Faculty of National Law of Adam Mickiewicz University Adam Mickiewicz Ivan Franko in Lviv prof. Volodymyr Burdin. The school was established in response to the growing demand for specialists in Ukrainian law. Its main goal is to disseminate knowledge about the Ukrainian legal order and jurisprudence. The lecture program covers constitutional law, administrative law, civil law, labor law, criminal law, procedures and others. In addition, as part of the educational offer, the school offers a Ukrainian language course and organizes study trips for students to Ukraine. Classes are conducted in Polish and Ukrainian.
Our editorial colleague Adam Jamróz, IDOL OF THE ENVIRONMENT in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship and Radio NiUS with the title of IDOLA in the MEDIA category. Voting has just ended in the first (provincial) stage of the competition organized by the Chance for the Blind Foundation, which distinguishes people, media and institutions particularly involved in helping the blind and visually impaired. The competition consists of three parts: regional, national and international. The winners of the first stage take part in the national competition. In the MEDIA category, Radio NiUS competes with i.a. with Radio Opole, Polish Radio Kielce, Polish Radio Białystok, TVP3 Gorzów Wielkopolski and Student Radio "Żak" of the Lodz University of Technology.
The title of IDOLA ŚRODOWISka, apart from Adam Jamroz, was awarded to i.a. Ewa Pilawska from the Powszechny Theater in Łódź, Dagmara Stanosz from the Silesian Museum and Dominika Feiglewicz from the Teatr im. J. Słowacki in Krakow. Institutions and entities submitted to IDOLA in the OPEN FOR THE BLIND category are also waiting for your votes.
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