• July 17, 2017
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Interrupted recruitment for Polish linguistic studies at LUE

The decision of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania is that there will not be formed the group announced earlier in Polish Philology with specialization in teacher education at the Lithuanian University of Education. Center of Polish Language and Culture of this institution was informed today, 17 July, about this fact. Groups II, III and IV will continue their studies. Below we present a statement on this issue.

STATEMENT

Center of Polish Language and Polish Culture

at the Department of Humanistic Education

Lithuanian University of Education

‘On Monday, July 17, we were informed that on July 14th, unexpectedly for us, the decision of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania was interrupted recruitment for several teaching specializations at the Lithuanian University of Education, including Polish philology, despite the fact that according to the general rules, the recruitment was to last until 19 July inclusive.

As a result of this decision, any applications for Polish studies at LUE will be no longer accepted and the group for Polish Philology with the specialization in teaching will not be formed anymore.

Groups II, III and IV will continue their LEU studies.

We thank all the Friends and Supporters who believed in us and supported us in all our actions.‘

Translated by Irmina Myśliwiec within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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