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What’s the truth about University?

This is something our Year 12 Business Management students are more adept at answering having just returned from an intriguing experience at The Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw.

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They had the opportunity to interact with International students and discuss product development ideas that truly reflected 21st century thinking. Our students arrived armed with questions and displayed according to the students there ‘very impressive soft skills’.

Attending the University of Warsaw has perhaps become more appealing to our students since Poland is still developing quite rapidly and as was pointed out by the Professor our students have the ability to be part of the change they want to see in the country. They can positively impact both the educational and technological landscape right at their doorstep.

The responsibility lies with them as they journey through University.

A big thank you is owed to the Faculty for extending this kind invitation and to both Miss Konrad and Mr. Lennon for attending and enriching this experience even further for our Year 12 students.

 

Michelle O'Looney

The Business Department