Gdansk University of Technology in Poland began being built in June 1900 and was at first organised academically into six faculties; Architecture, Chemistry, Construction, Machine Engineering and Electrotechnics, Shipbuilding and Ship Machine Engineering, and General Sciences. This academic format was based on the Royal Technical University in Aachen in what was then Prussia. In the beginning the institution was known as Königliche Technische Hochschule zu Danzig or The Royal Institute of Technology in Gdańsk in English.Show more
After 2 academic years at GUT, I can say with confidence that I have really enjoyed my time in here! Starting from classes/lectures and integration events to the location of the University, I have been satisfied mostly about everything. I could see that GUT had a very high reputation in terms of labor market for businesses, where representatives of companies and big corporations come to look for new candidates for their organizations by organising job fairs, lectures etc. For example, I had a chance to take part in such a lecture arranged by State Street Bank representatives and passed tests organised later on. As a result, several students and I were granted a summer internship, after which most of us including me continued working there. So, in terms of finding a job while still being a student GUT is highly recommended as most of the professors are flexible when it comes to attendance. Additionally, you can easily integrate by joining Erasmus 😉 they always have something planned like party, meetings, games, trips etc. I have met many interesting people/brains/personalities/characters and made many friends.
So, I have no regrets at all choosing GUT as a university for my Master’s degree! I would make the same choice if I had to choose again 😉
Well, when I am writing the review about this university first I have mentioned the city for me it’s one of my life-changing experiences in this city. Politechnika Gdansk is having quite a good standard in terms of education and in my department multicultural environment makes this study more vibrant.
In Gdansk after finishing study foreign student like me can have a great opportunity to stat their carrier but yes in Poland we face a bit language barrier in terms of finding jobs. So scopes will be limited.
I love the environment of our university especially the library is one of the attractive places. When it comes to my mind to recommend this university, I would say that I will highly recommend it to my friends but I am not sure whether I will ask them for my faculty.View more
2/5 for the whole university, 3/5 for ETI faculty.
The university campus is really pretty, one of the nicer ones in Poland. Unfortunately, that’s the biggest plus of the university.
While some subjects are pretty well done, a lot more should be improved. A lot of courses are outdated and many teachers are either not prepared to do the job or straight-up arrogant, treating students as a nuisance they have to endure. Sometimes passing a subject or getting a better grade is up to the whim of the professor or some other random circumstances.
The instances of the former paragraph are less frequent (albeit still happening) at the ETI faculty – and it’s the only faculty of the university I’d recommend to future students.