The oldest Polish university celebrates its 656th birthday

12 May 2020 marks the 656th anniversary of the Jagiellonian University foundation by King Casimir the Great. Each year this date is celebrated as the Jagiellonian University Day by the students and staff of the oldest university in Poland, who express their happiness with and pride of the over 650-year-old history of their institution. Unfortunately, this year’s celebrations will be limited due to the risk related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the core element...

Admission for studies 2020/2021 – guidelines for universities

Schedule of the matriculation exams this year is already known. Matura exams will begin on June 8, and their results should be known by August 11. Because of that changes we have prepared guidelines on the admission process for the universities. Verifying admission criteria Criteria of the admission for academic year 2020/2021 should be verifying taking into account changes of the legal provisions on secondary education, i. e. lack of the oral part of the...

Poznan University of Technology has joined #printfordoctor #drukujdlalekarza campaign.

Poznan University of Technology, namely, the employees of the Faculty of Control, Robotics and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Energy, and students from the CybAiR Science Circle, have joined to the #printfordoctor #drukujdlalekarza campaign. By the 24th of April, PUT has printed and distributed to those in need 5237 visors! ! Those who have a 3D printer...

First stage of loosening coronavirus restrictions comes into force today (April 20)

According to the plan prepared by the Polish government loosening coronavirus restrictions will be executed in four phases. First stage, which starts on Monday, April 20 will lift the following restrictions: Lifting ban on movement in public spaces, esp. parks and forests (although provision on keeping 2 meters distance from the other people is still in force); In forest it is not mandatory to cover mouth and nose. It is, tough on the adjacent car parkings; Increased access to stores (albeit...

New restrictions in Poland due to COVID-19

At the press conference held on Thursday, April 9, PM Mateusz Morawiecki and Minister of Health, Łukasz Szumowski have announced introduction of new restrictions: Covering the mouth and nose is mandatory when outdoors, starting from April 16 From Thursday, April 16, 2020, it is obligatory to cover the mouth and nose. Everyone in a public place will have to wear a mask, scarf or handkerchief that covers both the mouth and nose. The obligation applies to...

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