|Three Polish students shared their experiences around the world, and the effect of traveling for the development of emotions.|
THREE Polish students who had experience around the world had the opportunity to visit University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) to share their stories. The three female students were Anna Wolska and Judyta Staniczek from Jagiellonian University and Agnieszka Szygula from University of Gdańsk.
Interestingly, one of the students, Judyta, had physical limitations. During going around the world, she used his wheelchair, including when she reached the top of Borobudur. The story of the three students was presented at the Public Lecture Emotional and Applied Psychology which held by International Relations Office (IRO) of UMM, Tuesday (26/9) at UMM Auditorium.
According to Judyta, traveling could affect a person's psychology. "For me, traveling can increase positive emotions and make us more expression," said Judyta on the activities attended by undergraduate and postgraduate students of Psychology.
UMM IRO staff, Arofiatus Sa'diyah, said that the presence of three Polish students could make UMM students more capable in English, as well as in order the students to have a broad insight in the field of study.
"The goal is to inspire and give knowledge that the world is not only in Indonesia, as well as to train students to express opinions or questions in English, considering these three speakers are from Poland," she said. (ard)