In the second part of our interview with Anna Maria Balnožan, we asked her about recycling, a student lifestyle in both Poland and Sweden, the differences between education systems in these two countries and quite a few other interesting things.
For those who think that winter has become an unwanted guest – let me tell you something. Not so far away from cold Warsaw lays Malmö, a Swedish city. Coldness over there is nothing surprising, as you may suppose, so it won?t be the main issue of our interview. This time you?ll be able to get to know Poland from a Polish-Swedish point of view. Why? Anna Maria Balnožan has Polish roots. Even though she?s been to our country previously and she’s been studying in Warsaw since 2011, she managed to discover something new that I personally haven?t been aware of. If you are keen on getting to know what I mean, take a seat and let?s start a journey to Sweden together.
In the second part of our interview with professor Ramasamy Alagarsamy from India, we asked him, among other things, about the most notable experience during his stay in Poland and why is it worth to visit his home country.
In a pretty unusual episode of our „What’s up, UW?” cycle, we interviewed not a student, but a professor. Prof. Ramasamy Alagarsamy is an art and literature critic from Manonmaniam Sundaranar University in Tirunelveli. He was deputed to the University of Warsaw in October 2011.
Italian temper, serenades and Queen Margherita’s house party – you can read about these things, among many others, in the second part of our interview with Mario Colamarino, an Italian who studies law at our university.
I still believe in my good luck. Why? My next meeting brought me such an interesting journey. This time I was able to ?fly? for two hours with my interlocutor, Mario Colamarino, to Italy, the country which we mostly connect with pasta, pizza and Italian romance.
Yesterday, we officially launched the „What’s up, UW?” project and published the first part of an interview with Thiago Rangel, who comes from Brazil and is currently studying at the University of Warsaw. Today we present you the second part of his conversation with our reporter, Maja Maciejska.
It?s a relatively cold Friday afternoon. I am sitting in a coffee place, waiting for my first meeting. Believe it or not, but before I had arranged this meeting, I was hoping that it would be awesome to meet with someone from Brazil.