Study at the University of Gdańsk. Recruitment 2021/2022
The University of Gdańsk, the largest university in the Pomeranian region, offers education in 87 fields of study with over 200 specialisations in full-time and part-time studies of the first and second degree, as well as uniform master's studies. Education can also be obtained at doctoral schools and postgraduate programmes. Several recruitment novelties await students in the academic year 2021/2022.
Studies, offered by the University of Gdańsk to its candidates, fully respond to market needs, are innovative and take into account contemporary civilization challenges. They are distinguished by interdisciplinarity, and new courses are created in cooperation with experts and future employers.
What do you need to know about recruitment?
Recruitment for studies in the academic year 2021/2022 will start on June 1, and with it, the Online Candidate Recruitment System will be launched.
The eligibility criteria are set individually for each course - there are no common recruitment rules for the whole University. However, following the resolution of the Senate of the University of Gdańsk of May 2020, the admission of the candidates to the first year of first-cycle studies and long-cycle studies is based on the results of the recruitment procedure, which consists of: a secondary school certificate competition, an entrance exam/speech test or both forms at the same time. The results obtained in the written part of the examination are taken into account in the case of the new secondary school certificate, whereas in the case of the new secondary school certificate 2002 - the external part of the examination.
All information concerning recruitment dates is available on the UG website. Additionally, information about the recruitment rules is available at the Recruitment Office of UG:
ul. Bażyńskiego 8, rooms 228 and 229, 80-309 Gdańsk
telephones: (0-58) 52 32 326, 52 32 328,
52 32 332, 52 32 312, 52 32 532
Offer and new majors
The University of Gdańsk offers education in 87 fields of study with over 200 specialisations in full-time and part-time studies of the first and second degree and long-cycle studies.
Among the novelties of the recruitment process in the academic year, 2021/2022 are Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (MISHiS) - full-time studies of the first degree and Quantum Information Technology - full-time studies of the second degree conducted in English (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science).
MISH-S, or Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, offers students a new, multidisciplinary way of education. Studies at MISH-S are designed for candidates with a wide range of social and humanistic interests, which are difficult to satisfy within the framework of one traditional field of study.
MISH-S students, together with their academic supervisor/tutor, create an individual study plan. They designate their own leading field of study, choosing it from a list of courses cooperating with MISH-S. During their studies, they are obliged to fulfil the minimum curriculum of their major, and additionally every semester they must choose courses from at least two different fields of study federated with MISH-S (apart from their major).
Graduate of MISH-S will be an excellent collaborator in all institutions connected with research, creation and dissemination of culture, in local government units and various non-governmental organizations. He/she will be able to work in the area of science, in artistic institutions, but also in business, in the media or diplomacy.
Quantum Information Technology - full-time, second-cycle (2-year full-time) studies, conducted in English, of an overall academic profile. The graduates of this course will obtain a master's degree, acquire knowledge and skills in the theory and application of technical aspects of quantum information theory. They will be able to be employed by scientific institutions dealing with theoretical and practical aspects of quantum information science, companies operating in the field of IT, running R&D departments in the field of implementation of quantum technologies.
Among the novelties of the academic year 2021/2022, the following specialisations should also be mentioned: Business Informatics at the Faculty of Computer Science and Econometrics, full-time second degree studies conducted in English (Faculty of Management), Management specialisation at the Faculty of Management, full-time second degree studies conducted in English (Faculty of Management). The new forms and levels of study include Cultural Communication, full-time second-cycle studies conducted in English (Faculty of Philology) and Production of Audiovisual Forms, part-time first-cycle studies (Faculty of Philology).
High quality and modern education conditions
The University of Gdańsk is the largest dynamic university in the Pomeranian region, combining tradition with contemporary methods to ensure a high level of education.
Students gain knowledge under the supervision of outstanding scientists and excellent teachers and participate in numerous research projects and undertakings. The fields of study at the University of Gdańsk are created in cooperation with experts and future employers, thanks to which students have the opportunity to serve internships at the best, profiled institutions and enterprises.
The University has one of the most modern university campuses in Poland. In recent years, among other things, thanks to funds obtained from the European Union, new faculty buildings, laboratories and workshops have been built, equipped with the latest apparatus. The modern infrastructure provides opportunities for scientific research, cooperation with the economy and business, and conditions for studying that meet the standards of the 21st century.