- almost 100 years of academic tradition
- over 8.000 students enrolled (including 1.000 international students)
- affiliated with 5 clinical hospitals and many other city and voivodeship clinics
- famous alumni: Maria Siemionow (a Polish transplant surgeon who led a team of surgeons through the world's first near-total face transplant)
Current list of research projects available in this LC can be found at IFMSA.org “Research Projects” database.
- one segment accomodates up to four people and consists of two seperate double rooms
- there is one bathroom to be shared between students living in a segment
- the bed sheets are provided by the dormitory, however you need to take your own towels
- the kitchenware is provided by the Local Committee
- the WIFI access is available (please ask the LEO for details)
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 Cracow-Gdansk, Warsaw-Szczecin or Warsaw-Wroclaw
4. JAKDOJADE: public transport
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The Archcathedral Basilica - the oldest Polish cathedral where the very first Polish rulers and kings are buried. Surrounded by many other historical buildings, the church itself allows you to feel the echo of the centuries that passed.
Poznan Croissant Museum - St. Martin's Croissants are unique local pastries with white poppy seed filling. You will quickly learn that St. Martin's Croisssant is not a usual sweet treat. It actually is a product with Protected Geographical Indication (may only be produced in Greater Poland!). Take a chance and participate in preparation of the traditional croissant, listen to the local legends and taste the famous treat by yourself!
The Old Town- a beautiful place covering the area of the once-walled medieval city of Poznan. The merchants’ houses dating back 16th–18th century, the Fara church and many other monuments are an interesting surrounding for a walk during the day and make up a perfect atmosphere for a cup of coffee in a cozy cafe.
Cytadela Park- the city's biggest park located in the fortified are North of the city centre. It contains a military museum, a military cementery and the remnants of fortifications. Walking down it’s alleys, admiring the beauty of nature, be aware that this place served as the German army's last point of resistance in the Battle of Poznan in 1945.