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Alumni Stories
Alumni Stories
Alumni Stories

Przeczytaj historie naszych absolwentów i dowiedz się, jak dzięki nauce w Akademei dostali się na wymarzone kierunki studiów na najlepszych zagranicznych uniwersytetach.


Agata Kożuchowska

Studentka Songwriting, The British and Irish Modern Music Institute

What have you been up to since you left Akademeia?

I have published my band’s album on streaming platforms and moved onto forming a new public persona for myself as a solo artist. I am currently reshaping my sound and image for further releases, supplementing my studies with various volunteering opportunities at music festivals in London and participating in numerous open mics around Brighton. I really enjoy being part of the city’s lively music scene.



Tomasz Płudowski

Student Natural Sciences w Corpus Christi, University of Cambridge

How studying at Akademeia helped you prepare for university?

Akademeia made my high school to university transition easier. Akademeia gave us more freedom and flexibility when it comes to studying than other schools. When I came to the University of Cambridge, I saw a lot of my new friends struggling to adapt to their new life – adjusting to new independent study modes, developing an efficient way of working or managing workflow. Thanks to Akademeia I was able to get into university-style-work more quickly.



Małgorzata Róg

Studentka matematyki na University of Cambridge

Małgosia Róg

What are your three favourite things about Akademeia?

The freedom of choice of what I wanted to learn; the support that I received on each step of the university application process and – most importantly – amazing teachers that not only know a lot about their subjects and teaching methods, but also are generally interesting and friendly people.



Maria Szafarz

Studentka History and Politics na University of Cambridge

Maria Szafarz

Looking back at your own school time, what advice do you have for current Akademeia students?

Enjoy your time in Akademeia. I know it lasts forever, it’s often a struggle, most of the time it is really difficult to understand what is going on, and it takes a lot of effort to complete it. However, once you finish it, you realize that it might be one of the best and most invaluable experiences, as well as a starting point of a completely new chapter in your life (far less forgiving and comfortable than Akademeia, although I dare say more exciting and worth the work).

P.S. Read books! You will have less time to do that at university. Equally, make sure to catch some nice plays in Warsaw. Theatres in England are definitely not as good as the ones in Poland.

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