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Agata is a trainer specializing in the business culture of the Gulf countries. She has been deepening her knowledge of the Gulf region as Visiting Study Fellow at the University of Oxford, Queen Elizabeth House.

Agata is a trainer specializing in the business culture of the Persian Gulf countries. She is a graduate of philological studies at the Jagiellonian University, a linguist and an Arabian. She has been deepening her knowledge of the Gulf region after studying in Poland since 2007 as Visiting Study Fellow at the University of Oxford, Queen Elizabeth House, where she dealt with socio-political changes taking place in the so-called Gulf Cooperation Council (Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain). In 2007-2008, she worked as an administrator and educator at Iqra Islamic School Oxford, where she dealt with problems affecting Islamic believers living in Great Britain. A graduate of the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw. Trainee at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in New Delhi (India). In 2008-2009, Project Development Consultant at the Murooj Holding development company in Kuwait.

“A major objective of intercultural training used to be to help people cope with un- expected events in a new culture”. Now the most valuable outcome is cultural competence that helps company to strengthen market-oriented approach in culturally diverse environment.