The Oxbridge Society of Poland was established in 2001 by Professor Zbigniew Pelczynski OBE. Its purpose is to re-unite alumni of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge who are resident in, or regular visitors to, Poland. We organise guest speaker meetings, social events and an annual dinner. Anyone who spent at least one academic year at either university, as an undergraduate, post-graduate, visiting student, fellow or teacher is welcome to join us.
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OUR HISTORY: 20 YEARS OF GROWTH
The origins of many successful associations are often lost in the mists of time leaving room for speculation and dispute on the differing merits and contribution of the various founders. Fortunately, the Oxbridge Society of Poland is in the possession of an exhaustive minute recording its inaugural meeting, which leaves little doubt as to who should take the credit... read more here!
OUR MISSION: TO UNITE AND TO CONTRIBUTE
The main goal of our organization is to unite the alumni of Oxford and Cambridge in Poland. We organize regular events for our members to provide them with the opportunity to socialise with each other but also to gain new knowledge and experience through meetings with extraordinary speakers and guests.
OUR EVENTS: FOR OUR MEMBERS AND OUR COMMUNITY
We strive to create a unique space for our members to explore new ideas and create new connections. We pursue this mission by organizing events that cover a variety of interests. Many of our events are open to public and many friends or family members of the alumni benefit from our meetings as well.
OUR MEMBERS ABOUT OUR ORGANISATION
“We strive to make our community welcoming and inclusive to both Poles and expats residing in Poland to create strong ties between Oxford and Cambridge alumni in our country.”
Hubert Czyżewski, President of Oxford&Cambridge Alumni Network Poland