Fellows participating in the Lane Kirkland Scholarship Programme are provided with accommodation in the Bydgoska student hall of residence during the Orientation Session and for their entire study period at the Department of International Polish Studies.

The particulars for Bydgoska:

Dom Studencki Bydgoska
ul. Bydgoska 19
30-067 Kraków
Students will be housed in suites composed of two separate double-occupancy rooms that share, within the suite, a bathroom with full amenities. The typical double room consists of two single beds (linen and pillow are supplied), two small desks, two chairs, two large cupboards that also contain two sets of multi-level shelving to put clothing away, and two sets of shelves above either the beds or desks for books and other items. Fresh bed linen is given once a week. Details of a building on ul. Sławkowska.

On each floor there are two kitchens and one laundry room. The kitchens are equipped with electric element heaters and two sinks. Cooking utensils are not provided for (neither are refrigerators). Access to the laundry room is first acquired by receiving the key to the laundry room on your floor from the reception desk. There is also a paid laundry service in the basement of Piast (near by Bydgoska) where you can hand in your clothes to be washed in the morning and they will be ready for pick-up in the early evening. For an extra fee, the paid laundry service will do any ironing that is requested.

Bydgoska offers the following facilities: a canteen with very reasonably priced meals, a restaurant serving Chinese cuisine, a little shop, a bank, a post office, an internet café, a barber, and a rent-a-bike service. Irons and ironing boards, as well as hair-dryers, are also available at the reception desk. Piast houses its own student pub which has recently been given a fantastic face-lift to become rendolent of the usual trendy Kazimierz bar.

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