There is still a strong tendency to use individual titles in Polish society. Until invited to do otherwise, men should be addressed as Pan (Mr) and women as “Pani” (Mrs). Panna (Miss) is seldom used; unless speaking to a child, all women should be referred to as Pani. It is important to know that in some cases the ending of a surname will change depending on gender. Married women take their husband’s last names, but when the last letter is a vowel, change ‘y’ or ‘i’ to an ‘a’ For example, Pan Bruszynski’s wife is referred to as Pani Bruszynska.
Students of the Bachelor's degree programme in International Business Communication at Aarhus University have the right to be admitted to the Master's degree programme in International Business Communication (with the relevante language) on the condition that an application is made with a view to continuing directly from the Bachelor's degree programme to the Master's degree programme. The legal right of admission requires that the application is submitted to Aarhus University following the general application procedures before the relevant application deadline.