Gdansk University of Technology
Gdansk Polytechnic is one of the leading technical universities in Poland, including the Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Located in Gdansk. State, Autonomous University, one of the oldest universities in Europe. There are 9 faculties with more than 27,000 full-time and part-time students studying. The number of employees is 2,500, of whom 1,200 are academics, teachers and researchers. Most of the faculties have academic rights, and at the decision of the specialized academic council at the university have the right to assign degrees and scientific degrees of candidates and doctors of science, associate professors and professors. GPU is one of the most famous universities in the organization of international conferences, symposia and seminars.
- Ranked # 2 among young high school and high school graduates, candidates for education.
- For the third consecutive year, it is the most popular university rated by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland.
- Ranked # 3 among graduates receiving high wages in Poland.
- In the 4th place among the universities, graduates who become executives of firms according to the newspaper “Rzeczpospolita”.
- The 2nd best indicator among the post-graduate students, the winner of the PRODOK competition.
- 2nd place for the most creative, inventive, innovative graduates. Higher is awarded a Leader University Certificate by the Foundation for Scientific Development and Higher Education.
- The best Faculty of Chemistry in Poland, as assessed by the State Accredited Commission and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland.
Traditionally, higher education supports student and parliamentary life. In the 1960s, an independent student parliament was established in the postwar period of all higher education in Poland. At that time, the famous Bim-Bom Theater, headed by Zbigniew Tsybulsky and Bohumil Kobela, began its operations. For many years, Gdansk Polytechnic University has supported the slogan "Technical University with Imagination and the Future." Students from more than 30 countries are invited to the GPU. The largest groups of international students are from Spain, China, Yemen, the Russian Federation, Ukraine and the Republic of Belarus, as well as India, Nepal, Iran and Vietnam. More than 420 signed conditions for cooperation on student exchange programs - Erasmus, Erasmus + and Erasmus Mundus, with the help of which students have the opportunity to receive scholarships for study and practice abroad. The Office of Foreign Student and Guest Services (Pol. Biuro Obsługi Studentów i Gości Zagranicznych) deals with the admission of students to non-EU countries and takes care of those who are already studying and helping to solve various problems.