Martyna Michalska talks about life in Tasmania, nature, baby kangaroos and studying architecture.
A native of Bielsko-Biała. Master's student at the Cracow University of Technology. She is currently on a university exchange program at the University of Tasmania, where she is participating in a research program using a KUKA robot to form metal sheeting for architectural purposes. During her engineering studies, she participated in a student exchange program at the University of Tennessee, which reinforced her belief that we learn the most by traveling and changing our surroundings. She gained her professional experience working for Seiber Design in Atlanta, USA, and Archiforma in Bielsko-Biala, Poland. Martyna has a wide range of interests from drawing, art, music, traveling through all kinds of mountain sports (climbing, cave mountaineering), to ancient and modern architecture with new technological possibilities.
scope of the podcast
Give the major and name of the foreign university you are studying at and why did you choose it?
What do you see as the main educational differences between the Polish university and the one you study at? (program, organization of studies, structure, contact with and availability of lecturers, and others)
What is the atmosphere at the university and faculty, what conditions does the university offer?
What is student life like, how much time is taken up by studying and activities at the university, and how much is for pursuing one's passions and social life?
What are the prospects after graduating from university?
From the podcast series titled: "All about education - the best universities".