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Dear All,

thank you so much for the good cooperation during the previous editions of the Campus – the Future of Poland and the Campus Academy projects. Last year, we issued over 150 accreditations for media representatives from dozens of different editorial offices, which proves the great interest in Campus – the Future of Poland. We are glad that so many journalists and media employees have participated in our unique event, which allows young people to release huge amounts of energy for social activities and gain skills necessary for effective action. The next edition of the event is ahead of us, and young people will be able to further expand their knowledge by meeting experts from the world of politics, culture, and social activism.

You can contact the Press Office at:

Ada Guźniczak
Press Office Coordinator,
Project Manager
tel. +48 690 515 350

Media registration


1. How long does accreditation process last?

➔ Media accreditation for Campus – the Future of Poland 2023 starts on August 11 and ends on August 23 at midnight.

2. Can I work at the Campus area without media accreditation?

➔ No, that won’t be possible. For security reasons, only people with a valid ID entitling them to enter the Campus are allowed to enter the event area. A valid media accreditation entitles you to work during the event. If you do not have accreditation, you will not be able to work at Campus – the Future of Poland 2023.

3. How can I submit my media accreditation application to Campus?

➔ Please submit all applications ONLY through our website Please send any doubts or questions to the following e-mail address:

4. Where can I collect my media accreditation?

➔ Accreditations can be collected at the Press Centre from Friday, August 25, from 12:00 noon to 4:30 PM, and after this time on a continuous basis, after contacting the Press Office, until August 30 inclusive.

5. Where is the Press Centre?

Press Centre of Campus – the Future of Poland (Centrum Prasowe)
Profesora Romana Prawocheńskiego 9
10-720 Olsztyn, Poland

➔ A professional Press Office Team will be happy to provide ad hoc assistance on site.

6. What are the opening times of the Press Centre?

➔ The Press Centre will be open on August 25 from 12:00 noon – 8:00 PM, and then from August 26 to August 31 from 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM.

7. What are the working conditions provided at the Press Centre?

➔ We have organized a modern and well-equipped Press Centre, which consists of a common room, rooms for interviews, large TV screens, and fiber optic Internet. In addition, we provide car park and access to the buffet (coffee, drinks, snacks), as well as free lunch for everyone.

8. I would like to interview (Name, Surname). How can I do it?

➔ We will be happy to help you arrange an interview. Please direct all inquiries about interviews with our guests to: We will try to meet all your requests. Interviews will be held primarily in designated zones (if other needs are required, this needs to be agreed with the Press Office).

9. Do I need a press card to apply for media accreditation at Campus – the Future of Poland?

➔ As a rule, yes, we issue accreditations upon presentation of a press card. However, in exceptional cases, we will consider requests for accreditation for a person who does not have a valid press card on an individual basis.

10. How do I know if I have been granted media accreditation?

➔ After the accreditation process is completed, each media representative will receive a message about the approval or rejection of the application to the e-mail address provided during registration. We reserve the right to refuse to grant or withdraw an already granted accreditation without giving a reason.

11. I have more questions. Whom I can contact?

➔ Any questions regarding the work of the Press Centre, the rules of cooperation or accreditation should be sent to the e-mail address: or directly to the Press Office Coordinator Ada Guźniczak, by e-mail: or by phone: 690-515-350.


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