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Magdalena Lucka on studying at the Polytechnic University of Valencia

06 of July '20

How do you study architecture in sunny Valencia? Listen to Magdalena Lucka's podcast about her Erasmus+ exchange with the Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain, as she talks about the mix of technical, humanities and arts subjects, program differences, theory and practice, and free time from studying.

Magdalena Lucka

A student of architecture at Poznan University of Technology, she also studied on an Erasmus+ exchange program at Universitat Politècnica de València. In addition to architecture, she is interested in dance, photography, healthy lifestyle, as well as cooking and music - she plays the violin and piano. She is also passionate about French culture. By completing bilingual both middle and high school, she has had the opportunity to master French. Currently, she is also continuing to study English and is learning Spanish. She is also a rhythm teacher by training (after graduating from the Frederic Chopin State Secondary Music School in Poznan). The people she meets are an amazing support in her activities and an inspiration for her daily life.

scope of the podcast

Universitat Politècnica de València and the college town
The university, the faculty and the conditions that are offered to students
Program differences
Types of subjects at UPV and how to choose them
Sculpture and urban planning
Free time and what to do with it

From the podcast series titled: "All about education - the best universities".

compiled by: Dobrawa Bies

illustrations courtesy of Magdalena Lucka

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