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PolBloglet - Polish Brain Drain?

PolBloglet - Polish Brain Drain?

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Speaking with many Polish students here in Warsaw, I hear mixed opinions. Some intend to work abroad, some want to stay here (quite a few law students). As far as university study goes, I don't hear so many students talk about learning abroad. This might only be a feasible option for the cream of the crop (re: those who can compete for scholarships). But on the flip side, Poland is attracting bright foreigners -- I think of teachers & exchange students -- and many end up staying here.

Polish secondary school graduates are taking foreign universities by storm, but will they ever come back? writes the Polish version of Newsweek, pointing out that it is the intellectual potential rather than the industry that makes nations powerful.

Source: Radio Polonia

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