Summer University 2018


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Organized by AEGEE-Warszawa & AEGEE-Gdańsk

In cooperation with PRC

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Have you ever been curious how the central part of Europe looks like? Would you like to spend unforgettable summer in the heart of our continent and feel the magical atmosphere of Poland - the only place, where so many various cultures, styles and nations exist together? Be sure, if you feel its unique atmosphere once you will keep it in your memory for years. Find new inspirations and discover you hidden skills, that will allow you to create your reality in the way you choose. Be ready for 180 degrees turn in your life! Taste polish tradition, culture, cousine and music. Visit the most breathtaking places, dance on the beach for the whole night and watch sunrises on Baltic sea sky. Have time of your life with amazing people from all over the Europe. If you would like to experience a great adventure with AEGEE- Gdańsk and AEGEE- Warszawa don't hesitate and join us for this trip!

General Information:

From: Saturday, June 30th
To: Friday, July 13th
Starts in: Warszawa
Ends in: Gdańsk
Type: Travelling Summer University info_outline
Thematic categories: Arts, Creativity and Cooking /
Fee: 182€ info_outline
30 Friends
Accomodation: Hostel
Confirmation: Pay 100% of the fee in advance
Optional fee: 25€
Used for: Wakeboarding, aquapark, rope park
Alternative: Sunbathing, sports games
Language: English
Special equipment needed:
Suited for disabled people: No


Explore the beauty of Poland and discover your inner creativity, through art, music and the best polish cousine!


Phone: +48605044710

Our ideal participant:

    Do you wonder if you can be our ideal participant? Let’s check that! • Do you find yourself as an open-minded, sociable and easy-going person? • Are you a sports lover? (or at least not afraid of activities!) • Do you have endless amount of positive energy and good mood? • Are you ready for trying things you have never done before? • Are you willing to create unforgettable memories and spend great time among 29 new friends from whole Europe? • Do you want to take part in creative workshops? • Are you a Party Animal who is not afraid of lack of sleep for 2 weeks? • Are you interested in history, culture and tradition? If you can answer “YES!” for these question, take a deep breath and then … APPLY! Let’s set off on a journey full of adventures together! Don’t miss that chance and discover your inner creativity with us!


  • PR sessions ( public speaking, social media, graphic design, video making, photography etc)
  • City tour in Warsaw and Gdańsk + city game
  • Museum of II World War
  • Polish language workshops
  • Cooking workshops
  • Rope park
  • Museum of Emigration
  • Improvisation workshops
  • Sport activities
  • Bonfire night
  • Dancing workshops
  • Pub crawl
  • Photo contest
  • Trip to Toruń
  • Sunbathing and water activities
  • Pirate boat cruise
  • Bicycle tour Sopot- Gdynia and visiting pier in Sopot
  • Wakeobarding
  • Visitng Łazienki Królewskie and Chopin concert
  • Museum of Warsaw Uprising
  • Thematic parties
  • Park Oliwski in Gdańsk
  • Hare and hounds
  • European night
  • Rumia aquapark
  • AEGEE introduction Session
  • Civic Education Session
  • European Citizenship Session

Course Information:

Course level: Beginner
Course given by: Trainers from PRC and local organisers
Supported by University: No

Join the Summer University and visit:


Not only the capital of Poland but also an amazing city, which never sleeps, the city, where everyone can find a place for himself. Place, which you never forget about and surely, you will want to come back… again and again. Polish capital city is not only a home to most of the Polish business and politics but also a good place to look back into Polish history and current social inequalities. You will see the city of contrasts, where a mixture of impressive skyscrapers rising above rebuilt historical landmarks creates a unique character of the city. But let’s don’t forget about the places to chill out, hang out and party till the sunrise!


Toruń is one of the oldest cities in Poland. It belongs to the elite group of places, awarded with the entry on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Toruń has numerous monuments, interesting and rich history, and natural attractions. The city is known because of Nicolaus Copernicus and gingerbread, which are its symbols and pride
Toruń is a vibrant cultural center, a place of numerous festivals, exhibitions, concerts and artistic meetings.


Gdańsk is the oldest and also the biggest city in Pomerania. The beautiful old city located just by the Motława River is the heart of social and touristic life. The breathtaking monuments for example St. Mary's Church or crane are the symbols of the city. Gdańsk has a very unique and extensive history, which can be seen through the beautiful architecture. Also Gdańsk was one of the biggest port city in Europe and now the local shipyard is the icon and together with its post-industrial landscape creates the most famous nightlife spot on the map of city.


Gdynia is the youngest city among the cities of the central Tri-City agglomeration. In this very modern area live about 250 thousand of people. The most characteristic place in Gdynia is the picturesque beach in the middle of the city with a long boulevard along the seaside with charming restaurants and cafes. Gdynia is known for its plentiful cultural events as music and film festivals. The combination of the maritime climate and the vibes of active social life make Gdynia one of the most attractive place in Poland.


Sopot is the most popular seaside resort in Poland. The iconic pier with a wooden structure is the longest one in Europe. Sopot is full of the fancy restaurants, pubs and bars, which are always full of tourists from all around the world. The city is oriented also on physical activity. Every day you can observe plenty of inhabitants walking or do sports in beautiful parks, forests or at the beach. What’s more Sopot and Gdańsk are connected by a picture-postcard, long bike path along the seaside. Because of the wonderful landscape and special atmosphere Sopot is the most often visited seaside city in Poland.