Current list of research projects available in this LC can be found at IFMSA.org “Research Projects” database.
1 meal per working day (Monday-Friday) served in university canteen.
Lunch is available between 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm
- single, double and triple rooms
- co-ed bathrooms on each floor
- the bedsheets are provided by the dormitory, however you need to bring your own towels
- common kitchen - please note that our kitchen is not fully equipped - bring mugs, plates and cutlery with you if possible
1.BUSES and TRAMS
The fastest and most convenient way of travelling in Gdansk is by tram. The closest tram stop to the university campus is "Uniwersytet Medyczny". You can buy discounted tickets for trams and buses if you have ISIC or EURO26 student cards.
If you want to visit the other cities of Tricity - Sopot or Gdynia - you can get there by SKM train. Attention! Foreign students (also those equipped with an ISIC card) don’t get discounts for train tickets (if you buy a reduced ticket, you may be issued with penalty).
It might sound funny, but sometimes it’s cheaper and more convenient to use domestic flights instead of train or bus. If you happen to buy a cut-price ticket, you can get it even for 10-20 zl. Some of the available connections involve Gdansk-Cracow, Gdansk-Wroclaw and Gdansk-Warsaw
Uber is available in Gdansk and is generally much cheaper than traditional taxis.
5. JAKDOJADE: public transport
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Entry to Amber and WW2 museums is free on Tuesdays.