Krakow is one of the few places on the map of Poland that is actually recognised all over the world. With historic monuments such as Auschwitz camp just outside Krakow and a beautiful and all natural salt mine in Wieliczka, as well as the city of Krakow itself, the region is just too good to miss. If you are planning on visiting Poland in the near future or you know that you will be somewhere nearby (skiing in Slovakia or Czech Republic), you should definitely come and see what this marvellous place has to offer. But how do you book yourself a tour to Auschwitz and Salt Mine and what should you expect once you get there? Continue reading
Finding a job abroad as a young doctor may be seem like a lengthy, complicated process. Being a specialised professional with multiple years of experience is always seen as an advantage, especially in countries lacking in specialists of that particular field.
While surfing may seem a dangerous sport, the latest American study shows that people competing in this competition are less likely to suffer serious bodily injury than a group sports like football or basketball. Continue reading
Education is very important part of social life in every developed country. In England education is gratuitous and obligatory for all children between the ages of 5 and 18.
The education system is divided into :
- early years (ages 3–4)
- primary education (ages 4–11)
- secondary education (ages 11–18)
- tertiary education (ages 18+).
In England there is also a permission for home education. Thanks to fine education some of students may become enginers and work in general building Sussex.
|Secondary diploma||Level 2 and above: 70.7%Level 3 and above: 50.6%|
|Post-secondary diploma||Level 4 and above: 30.9%(2007 statistics for population aged 19-64)|