With course due to begin in September 2019, Coventry University is to open its first independent campus in Wroclaw, which will be first of its kind by foreign University in Poland. The university wants to meet the demand for flexible learning – where students can study whilst working part-time, helping them to fund for their studies. They plan to offer full time and part time undergraduate courses to around 300 students in various streams like IT and cyber security, business, engineering, and hospitality and tourism, which are identified by university as in-demand courses in Lower Silesia region of Poland. The university hopes to collaborate with the local employers to create the employment prospects for the graduates. The new campus would offer students exchange opportunities with the UK Campuses of Coventry University Group in Coventry, Scarborough, and London. The university collaborates with the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST) to teach a master’s degree in European systems and control, with the students able to study in Poland and Coventry.