Hungarian student in Gdansk

Who are you? Briefly describe yourself (where do you come from, what do you study, etc.)

I'm Hungarian, from the University of Szeged. Here I'm studying geography in the University of Gdansk. 20 years old, and like traveling, discovering new places and get many new experiences about world and people.

 What has surprised you in Poland?

 The language, you have too many difficult words.

How did you come up with the idea of studying in Poland?

 I came here because of the friend of mine. She told me only good things about Poland, and Tricity. An otherwise I wanted to go a place, where my scholarship money is enough. So in this way, Poland was the best choice.

Do you remember the first days of studying in Poland? Describe the struggles you went through?

It wasn't so bad. I mean I met with my Erasmus schoolmates and we solved the problems together. But sometimes it was hard to communicate with the teachers, who don't speak english, but as I said, we could fix everything.

Tell us about the differences between studies in Poland and studies in Hungary?

In my opinion, in Poland, you have to learn more, and the studies are in a higher level than in Hungary, but it depends of the university.

What do you like about studying in Poland?

I have to read english articles about my subject, and it is obligated to make presentations

Do you know any famous people from Poland?

For example Lech Walesa, who won a Noble-Prize. And also the minister who unfortunately died recently, Kaczynski.

Describe the places in Poland, that have a positive influence on you:

First Sopot, I love the nightlife there. And Cracow, it is the most beautiful city in Poland, and it has a special atmosphere that I like.

Tell us about the country you've always wanted to visit, but still haven't:

I always wanted to visit Italy, because I'm learning Italian and interested in this Mediterranean area.

Are you a member of any student's club or organization ? Tell us something about it:

No.

Would you like to come back to Poland in the future? Why?

Yes, for sure. I'm planning a trip across Poland for summer. I would like to discover it, because right now I have time for traveling only at the weekends and it is not enough.

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