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09:32 | 18/05/2019

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Report of the UMZ students studying at Opole University

Report of the UMZ students studying at Opole University

After three months of studying and living in the city of Opole in Poland, we have gained a lot of new and exciting experiences and learned about the variety of teaching methods, the academic environment of Poland and many different cultures.

 The difference in teaching between UMZ and University of Opole that was interesting to us was the importance of classroom activities, in this method, most of the classes did not have a final exam, and the grade was based on students’ class activities, their continuing presence in the classroom and the midterm exams.


We think this method can be very influential on the learning process, because it could be a reason for the students to pay more attention to the classroom activities and learn continuously. We also took the opportunity to participate in Polish language classes.  These classes were an opportunity to learn the most used and essential words of Polish language at the level of everyday conversationswhile living in Poland.

 The University of Opole holds a variety of cultural programs, including cultural nights in which Erasmus students from different countries provide their traditional food and talk about their home country.

 In the past month, a conference was held on the fields of English Language and Literature and Sociology, and for us attending the workshops was an exceptional opportunity.

 In these few months, we found countless international friends, especially from Turkey, Greece, Belgium and Portugal. We tried to show a warm and pleasant image of Iran, and we became aware of the culture of other countries as well.  Our Polish friends are also very kind and the similarities between the Iranian and Polish culture has brought us closer. Even the traditional clothes of Poland and the traditional clothes of Mazandaran are very similar.

Zahra Momeni added:

“one of my classmates works for the University of Opole’s magazine section for students, and she interviewed me about Iranian culture and customs to put in this magazine. Then the magazine was printed and two pages were devoted to Iran”.

The Opole university's student magazine interviewed us about Iranian culture and customs
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