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Students from Rzeszów win the Mars rovers competition again

Legendary Rover Team from Rzeszów University of Technology for the second time won the prestigious race Mars rovers competition - University Rover Challenge, which ended in the US. Third place went to the team Continuum from the University of Wroclaw. University Rover Challenge (URC) is a prestigious international competition of Mars rover built by students from all over the world. Students competed on 2 - 4 June in the American desert in Utah near the Mars base analogue MDRS. Among the 28

Mars rover "Lem" from Gdańsk University of Technology

Gdańsk University of Technology students have built their own Mars rover. "Lem" - named in honour of the famous science fiction writer - will start in the American competition University Rover Challenge 2016, and later serve as an educational platform for students of robotics. Qualification process for University Rover Challenge (URC) is still in progress. In late March it will turn out which teams will have an opportunity to test the possibilities and, above all, agility of their rovers in the

Ten Polish teams want to take part in the University Rover Challenge

Ten teams from Polish registered to participate in the international competition of Mars rovers: University Rover Challenge that will take place in the United States on 2 - 4 June. In total, 63 teams from 12 countries want to compete. University Rover Challenge (URC) is a prestigious international competition of Mars rovers built by students. The event takes place in the American desert in Utah near Mars base analogue MDRS. Student rovers have to perform a number of tasks. They will have to

The government has adopted the provisions on the programme "Studies for the Outstanding"

On October 20th the Council of Ministers adopted on a resolution and issued a regulation on the government programme "Studies for the Outstanding". The programme provides financial support for outstanding students who wish to study at the world’s best universities. The legal basis for the establishment and implementation of the "Studies for outstanding" has been created by the amendment to the Law on Higher Education and the Income Tax Law, signed in June by the president. Implementation of the

Ready, Study, Go! Poland at the NAFSA conference and expo

More than 8,000 education, immigration, and foreign policy experts from over 100 countries came together to share insights, data and new trends that will impact higher education around the world at NAFSA's 66th Annual Conference and Expo. With nearly 10,000 members, NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the world's largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education. Over 200 debates, sessions and workshops on the global challenges facing higher education have been

Third Edition of the Educational Fair in New York

On Sunday, 23 March, the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York hosted the Third Edition of the Educational Fair. The Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York, the Polish Supplementary School Council of America and the “Manko” Association, in cooperation with Jozef Pilsudski Institute in New York, the Polish Student Organization and the New York branch of the Polish American Congress organized the 3rd Edition of the Educational Fair. The event was organized under

Ministry of Science and Higher Education at the conference „Destination Europe” in San Francisco

The main goal of the conference “Destination Europe” co-organized by the European Commission and Member States in San Francisco on December 12 and 13, 2013, was promotion of Europe as an attractive place for research and pursuing scientific careers among the American scientists. Programs aimed at supporting of international mobility of researchers were presented during the plenary sessions: Horizon 2020, in particular Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Euraxess, and funding schemes of the European

Poland presented at the Study in Europe educational fair in Singapore

Poland was one of eleven European countries, and the only one from Central and Eastern Europe, which participated in the seventh edition of the popular higher education fair –, Study in Europe – on Saturday, 28 September at the historical Raffles Hotel. Hosted by the Polish embassy in Singapore, the Polish stand offered a rich variety of materials on educational opportunities for international students in our country. The Ministry of Science and Higher Education supported the embassy's efforts