Jarosław Kosek in ESAD.CR, Portugal:

…I WAS IN SHOCK WHEN I SAW TEATCHERS WHO DURING THE BREAK WERE SPEAKING WITH STUDENTS (NOT ONLY ABOUT ART)!! IT’S FUNNY BUT IT WAS MY FIRST TIME WHEN I FELT THAT TEACHERS TREAT STUDENTS AS FRIENDS.

[On the left: ​​Special pancakes made by Jarosław Koseki. On the right: Jarosław Kosek in ESAD.CR.]

Year of the “Mobility Experience”: 2010-2011
Hometown: ŁÓDŹ, Poland.
Course in your origin school:
 Industrial Design and Interior Design.
Host institution: ESAD.CR/IPL, Portugal.
Course or field of study in ESAD.CR: Product design, Master Degree.

Why did you choose this school?
Somebody told me : “this is the best shool in Portugal” And including all: school, student, teachers, town, etc.
HE WAS RIGHT!

How did you become involve with Portuguese teachers and students?
It was easy – almost everybody in Portugal is nice and tolcative, the same is with students and teachers. I was in shock when I saw teachers who durning the brake were speaking with student (not only about art)!!  It’s funny but It was my first time when I felt that teacher treat students as friends.

This school is “ideal” for…
Everybody who likes to go for a coffe after work.

Where did you stay?
In town center.

What did you think of the city?
It’s beautifull, little town with many interesting places. And it’s very safety!

Did you like the food?
YES!

Did you visit other cities in Portugal?
YES!

What do you think are the major cultural differences between Portugal and your hometown?
YOU ARE SPEAKING TO EACH OTHER :)

Did you make any Portuguese friends?
Yes, it was the meaning of Erasmus.

Do you have plans to return to Portugal?
Yes, but next time just for holidays.

What do you think that this experience brought to you in the personal and professional level?
I meet many interesting people who changed my live a little bit and as I write – I had oportunity to meet teachers who were great.

A recommendation for future “In Coming Students”:
Now I think that Erasmus experience shoud be obligatory on every study.

Other information you like to share:
For future Erasmus students: remember to visit 120, and Ilha caffe :)

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Natalia Btaszczyk from Poland:
Caldas da Rainha is well developed in terms of cultural activities.
It’s close to Lisbon and other touristic places,
Also the ocean and the beach is very near!

[On the left: “Beijinhos das Caldas” Kisses from Caldas. On the right: D. Carlos I Park.]

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