From the 2nd to the 4th of May, the students of the international MUL division visited the famous cities of Malbork, Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot and Torun. The trip was organised by the Dean’s office in cooperation with the MUL Alumni Association & Student Government. This was a unique opportunity for us to admire & appreciate the rich cultural heritage of Poland.Â
The majestic castle ofÂ the Teutonic Knights in Malbork, the historic battleships in Gdynia, the magnificent 5000 pipe organ in Gdansk Oliwa, breathtaking views of the Baltic Sea from the longest pier in Sopot,Â Â a medieval promenade in the charming town of Torun, are just some of the many enjoyable experiences we had.
Besides having a leisurely time, visiting these historical cities, also gave us an extraordinary insight into the diverse history of Poland.Â A wonderful time was had by one and all.Â
We are most grateful to the Rector, for providing us with such an opportunity. We also wish to thank Ms. Joanna Wlodarczyk-Bulska, (Dean’s Office) whose dedicated efforts made this trip possible.
Looking forward to more such enterprises in the future;
President, MUL Alumni Association