A guide to custom programs in Poland

The birthplace of impressive innovators and leaders such as Marie Curie, Chopin, Copernicus, and Pope John Paul II, Poland has marched an uneven road to today’s prosperity. Its tumultuous history is full of wars, invasions, and struggles for independence. From a period of “Polonization” in the 16th and 17th centuries, to its partition into Prussia, the Russian Empire, and Austria from 1795-1918, and the invasion by Germany and the USSR in 1939 followed by the nation’s role in the Soviet Union-controlled Eastern bloc from 1947-1989, the Poles have fallen repeatedly, and somehow managed to come out on top. Undoubtedly, choosing to do a custom university travel to Poland will allow you discover a resilient, hard-working people.