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  2. Warsaw - Wikipedia

    Warsaw, [a] officially the Capital City of Warsaw, [5] [b] is the capital and largest city of Poland. The metropolis stands on the River Vistula in east-central Poland. Its population is officially estimated at 1.86 million residents within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents, which makes Warsaw the 6th most-populous city in ...

  3. Kozminski University - Wikipedia

    Kozminski University. Kozminski University (formerly known as Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management; in Polish, Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego) is a private, [1] nonprofit business school in Warsaw, Poland; according to the Financial Times, it is considered to be "Poland’s highest rated private university ". [2] It was ...

  4. Macquarie University Library - Wikipedia

    The Macquarie University Library is the largest academic library in Northern Sydney. [1] The library holds over 1.8 million print and electronic items, including books, journals, newspapers, reports, conference proceedings, working papers, maps, Macquarie postgraduate theses, computer software, multimedia, microfilm, microfiche and additional ...

  5. St Patrick's Seminary - Wikipedia's_Seminary

    St Patrick's Seminary, Manly is a heritage-listed former residence of the Archbishop of Sydney and Roman Catholic Church seminary at 151 Darley Road, Manly, Northern Beaches Council, New South Wales, Australia. The property was also known as St Patrick's Estate , St. Patricks Estate, St. Patrick's Seminary or College, Cardinal's Palace ...

  6. ICMS - Wikipedia

    ICMS may refer to: Immigration Case Management Services. International College of Management, Sydney. Institute of Computer and Management Sciences. International Centre for Mathematical Sciences. Integrated Criminal Case Filing And Management System. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title ICMS.

  7. Macquarie University Faculty of Human Sciences - Wikipedia

    Macquarie University. The Faculty of Human Sciences was a constituent body of Macquarie University. The Faculty offered undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. It was home to a number of internationally recognised research centres conducting ground-breaking research across disciplines in areas like cognitive science and early childhood ...

  8. Milthorpe Lecture - Wikipedia

    Milthorpe Lecture. The Milthorpe Lecture is a series of public lectures on environmental science held at Macquarie University, Australia. It is endowed by the Milthorpe Fund in memory of F.L. Milthorpe, Chair of Biology at the University from 1967–1982. The first lecture was delivered by David Suzuki in 1989.

  9. Burma Economic Watch - Wikipedia

    1832-4614. OCLC no. 60078724. Burma Economic Watch is a periodical produced by Macquarie University. The journal is published by Burma Economic Watch, a group that monitors economic developments in Myanmar (Burma), established by economist Sean Turnell in 2001. [1] The journal provides information and analysis on the economy of Burma.