The Faculty of Social Sciences - the heart of this year's University of Gdańsk Open Days - has been visited since early morning by many of this year's secondary school graduates who have come to learn about what the University of Gdańsk has to offer. The Open Days are also an opportunity to learn about the forthcoming recruitment process and get to know the University inside out. All faculties of the University of Gdańsk are open to prospective students, as well as the Main Library and the University Museum.
Are you considering studying at the University of Gdańsk? Come to the Open Days! Visit the Baltic Oliwa Campus on March 15-16 between 9:00 and 15:00.
- 'I am most interested in computer science. I want to do something programming-related, especially as a game developer. I still need to see how I will feel in this role. If it doesn't work out, I'll look for something related to mathematics,' - says Martyna Ignaczak, a student in the mathematics-geography class at III Bohaterów Westerplatte Secondary School 'Topolówka'.
- 'I associate my future with acting but do not exclude graphics-related work. I have been interested in these professions since I was a child. In primary school and high school, I performed in a drama club. On top of that, I love drawing, I've created my own comic book, and I would like to develop this skill somehow,' - said Błażej Pełechaty, a student at the Stefan Żeromski Secondary School in Puck, general profile.
What awaits the participants of this year's Open Days?
We have planned plenty of attractions on the four levels of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Level 100: This is where science will mingle with the artistic and chill-out zones. Here you will find stands of science clubs, an artistic zone (ACK and Radio MORS), a chill-out zone with deckchairs and pouffes, as well as meetings with OKE experts, lectures, presentations of departments and trial exams.
Representatives from each of the university's faculties will be waiting for you on Level 200. You can ask them about the range of courses and learn about student life. Representatives of the UG Recruitment Office will also be available at this level to answer any questions about the forthcoming university recruitment process. If you are interested in student exchanges, mobility and going abroad, the UG Erasmus+ Programme Service Section will also be there to help. You will find representatives from the UG Library and Museum and, for prospective athletes, a zone of the UG Academic Sports Association.
Level 300: Is handed over to the hosts, i.e., the Faculty of Social Sciences representatives. It is here that academic clubs and students from journalism, pedagogy, social work, psychology, political science, philosophy, socio-economic geography and spatial management, among others, will present themselves. Many activities are planned, including quizzes, tasks, psychological tests, and a visit to the TV studio, photo studio and Radio MORS.
On the last level, 400, you will have the opportunity to see a photographic exhibition of student urban planning projects.
Other departments will also provide you with additional attractions: History March 15 Click here!, Philology March 15-16 Click here!, Faculty of Law and Administration March 15-16 Click here!, Inter-University Faculty of Biotechnology UG and MUG March 15-16 Click here! and Faculty of Chemistry March 16 Click here!