Just registered today.. I like the placeMy brother is actually studying in poland, gdansk.Quite a few somalis....
could u plz get information regarding M.pharm and fees if u don't mind .......is there any somali pharmcy student ? waiting ur kindly reply thanks .
Hanna, how many somali students in Poland all together would you say?And is there some kind of somali-organisation catering for your needs, or is everybody just being supported by their families back home?
Hello Dr. Fatima and Hanna,I was wondering is there a lot of racism in Poland? Are Somali Students discriminated against there?
Quote from: H_omar on April 12, 2008, 05:05:15 AMHello Dr. Fatima and Hanna,I was wondering is there a lot of racism in Poland? Are Somali Students discriminated against there? To: H_OmarMy experience the time I was studying there, progressively changed to a better study environment. In the beginning the darker students, I mean Africans, dark Indians/pakistanis, dark Sri-Lankies etc had experienced higher level of discomfort amoung the polish people due to that polish people were not used to dark people. There are both positive and negative attentions you will receive, but from my experience most of them were positive. But the bottom line is, it depends which cities you choose to study. Warsaw, Cracow, Wroclow, Poznan, Gdansk and perhaps Szczecin are the most popular cities to study. The cities are larger, but of course Warsaw is the most international, you will not often offended in public areas. During summertime, there are alot of tourist there, so you wouldnt feel "lonely" in begin different colored. Poland is a country which took part in the European Union in 2004 and it is each year achieving to become more and more international. It is actually one of the best East European countries to study medicine, next to Czech Republic, where there is also alot of international students.