The University of Gdańsk is a dynamically developing institution of higher learning, and one that combines respect for tradition with a commitment to the new. It offers education in nearly all fields of academic knowledge, in sought-after professions on the job market and in state-of-the-art facilities in its Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia campuses. It is currently one of the most modern academic centres in Poland.Show more
I recommend the UG campus in Oliwa. Close to everything, easy access thanks to the SKM station and public transport stops. The learning itself is also fun. Professors have a rather modern approach to teaching. They know that they teach modern youth, which is why lectures often take the form of presentations or online assignments. Student life takes place more in the centre of Gdańsk, not on the campus or in its vicinity, but this is not a big disadvantage.View more
Most of our professors are working besides their role as a tutor, in fields like law, finance, taxes, hr, etc. We don’t learn just some old theoretical stuff that’s useless these days. We have the opportunity to hear about real cases and often can get help with starting to work in a field. Knowledge about law, taxes and management is always a plus.View more
As a student of Criminology and Criminal Justice which is a course conducted completely in English, I am not fully happy with the language skills of some of the lecturers. To be honest, during some lectures I felt like students speak better English than professors. Additionally, there haven’t been more than 3 international lecturers, despite promises made by the faculty’s dean.
When it comes to the content of the program itself, it’s not bad. The lectures and tutorials are interesting, although, in my opinion, it’s more law and not criminology focused, which I don’t like.
The University campus is really nice. Faculties offer good food in different cafeterias, the library is big and comfortable to study in. There are many places to spend breaks between lectures in. I can’t complain about student life at all. I haven’t experienced living in student accommodation, but I know people who have and they are satisfied.
Studying in Gdańsk is a lifestyle. Sea, forests, open and happy people. The study program is not overloaded but demanding. Classes are often very inspiring, teaching a logical and practical approach to knowledge. I have never been a “tired ” student, I had time for studies, life, and sports activities, friends etc. Gdańsk is perfect for people who like various outdoor activities.View more
I’m a medical biology student, in general, my major is fine. The whole bachelor’s degree is hard. Right away you have a lot of killer lectures but if someone will be able to make it then the master will be easier, at least in terms of lectures hours. The worst part of this departure is definitely organization. You get your schedule late, and it changes a lot, you need to control everything because they can make a lot of mistakes.View more
As I highlighted above, the program, the structure and study schedule is well prepared for the students and it really attracks you. Gdansk University is one of the top university in all over the Poland and this MA program also shows that it is correct.View more
I studied Biology at this University. It was the best 5 years of my life. This university have a rich base of laboratories and cooperate with a lot of outside corporations, universities, hospitals and high schools. I studied also a pedagogy faculty that allows me to be a future biology teacher – and I can study both of them at the same time.
The building and neighborhood are quite new. We have a small garden inside the building, near to flies/bugs museum and a animals sceletons. You can feel like in Natural Museum 🙂
The university is well organised and both professors and staff are helpful and friendly. The university is located in northern part of Poland. Which is near to the sea. The city is very beautiful. But some polish people don’t like foreigners.View more
A respected university in Pomerania.
The education system doesn`t allow me to develop, an organization of classes at a low level.
Some lessons are unnecessary, but there are some lecturers who teach well and I can always learn a lot.
There are some problems in the educational system of the university but I don’t have ideas for successfully solving them.
Thanks to the help of one of my Polish teachers, I had a chance to study. I learned Russian here from last year. For a Chinese who first came to Poland, in addition to the study, everything in Poland is very difficult. But the teachers and students here are very friendly and they gave me a lot of help. Thank you very much, thank all the people who help me. Talk about my impression of the school. The overall school environment is very good, the teacher also dutifully, my professional academic atmosphere is very strong, where I have a really academic feeling. I personally find it very useful to have subjects in specialized courses, but for a foreigner, it is difficult to tell if the arrangement of courses is reasonable. Therefore, I will not comment on this. I hope to get more knowledge at Gdansk University and graduate smoothly.View more