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Information for international students studying medicine in Poland, at NCU Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz -  yesterday Rectors' Letter (in Polish) to the academic and student community was published, indicating some of the current's academic year timeline changes and update of e-learning regulations. 

Highlishts in short (whilst detailed decisions by Deans are awaited) are: 

- Classes can be taken online without the 40% ECTS limit that was in place to date (Directive no. 110 of 27th May; in Polish), 

- All exams in the coming examination session can be taken online in a written form, 

- Clarity on in-person delivery will be given soon, as will be decided locally (Deans with V-ce Rectors' approval), but the view is that this term all classes should be delivered online, with as little exceptions as possible (if any),

- Some classes may be moved to be completed (toghether with exams and resits) by 20th September or (if they require in-person delivery or cannot be delivered in that timefreme) can be moved to the following semester(s) (Direcitive no. 109; in Polish), 

- Currently dorms will operate only for students who take part in in-person classes. 

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