As stated by the EIB, the project involves the design, construction and equipping of a new state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities of the Jagiellonian University Medical College (CMUJ) in the Prokocim District of Krakow.
The project involves the significant extension of the medical campus and related teaching and research activities, the construction and equipping medical simulation facilities, laboratories, lecture halls and seminar rooms as well as and administrative infrastructure.
The aim is to intensify the development of the medical campus by combining the university's academic, research, laboratory and administrative departments into a single site. This will support and increase the university's activity in the area of medical education, training and research, by modernising its academic and research facilities, thus further enabling interdisciplinary research with the existing university's hospitals based in the medical campus.
Being located in Krakow, a cohesion region, the project also contributes to EU cohesion objectives.
As stated on its website, Jagiellonian University Medical College is a part the Jagiellonian University – the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on May 12, 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. It has been an international institution since its inception.
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Client - Uniwersytet Jagiellonski (Jagiellonian University Medical College):
Address: ul. sw. Anny 12, 31-008 Krakow
Phone: +48 12 422 04 11
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