University recruitment at UG starts on June 3!

On Monday, June 3, we start the recruitment for studies at the University of Gdańsk. The IRK (Internet Recruitment of Candidates) system will be launched, where all candidates - irrespective of the year in which they passed Matriculation - will be able to register. Approximately 9,000 places on stationary studies and 2,600 places on non-stationary studies are waiting for future students. They will be able to choose from an offer of 96 courses.


‘The enrolment itself is linked to the need to enter results, which are a qualifying criterion for a given course. This means that this year's secondary school graduates will be able to enrol in a given field of study only after receiving their matriculation certificates,’ informs the Head of the Recruitment Office at the UG, mgr Beata Królczyk.

The first list of candidates will be published at the Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology UG and GUMed ( July 12), then successively, from July 15, lists of candidates at the other faculties will be announced.

As in previous years, approximately 9,000 places on stationary studies and 2,600 places on non-stationary studies have been prepared.

Admission limits for individual faculties are published in the faculty charts available on the UG Recruitment website.

The offer of the University of Gdańsk for the 2024/2025 academic year includes 96 courses at stationary and non-stationary studies of the first and second degree and integrated master's studies.

‘As of the new academic year, there will be a number of interesting novelties,’ announces the Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Educational Quality, dr hab. Arnold Kłonczyński, prof. UG. ‘The educational offer is being extended by another stationary first-degree programme: Designing Historical Games at the Faculty of History. These studies are a response to the high demand on the labour market for specialists working in the creative industry. Those studying this course will receive knowledge of both Polish and world history, as well as practical skills in designing interactive narratives, developing game mechanics and creative and technical writing. In addition, we are constantly taking care to enrich our offer of studies in English. This year, we are offering the launch of a brand new Global Studies degree programme, which will be run by the Faculty of Social Sciences.’

Graduates of the Individual Interdisciplinary Studies programme will also have the opportunity to continue their studies at the second level this year.

The university's recruitment deadlines are available on the UG Recruitment website and in the cards of individual majors.

‘It is important for candidates to bear in mind that the application deadlines are different for individual majors and to check the dates early enough,’ emphasises mgr Beata Królczyk.

Candidates who have any doubts about the recruitment process can contact the UG Recruitment Office: ul. Bażyńskiego 8, 80-309 Gdańsk - Rectorate building, 2nd floor, rooms 228 and 229, telephones: (58) 523 23 26, 523 23 28, 523 23 32, 523 25 32, 523 23 12, e-mail:

Last year, during enrolment in Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes at the University of Gdańsk, the most popular field of study was Psychology - over 2.2 thousand candidates chose it. Immediately after it, the most popular majors were: Law, Management (over 1.4 thousand applicants), Economics (over 1.3 thousand applicants), English Philology and International Business Relations (1.1 thousand and 1 thousand applicants respectively).

The largest number of applicants per place was for Japanese Studies (over 21 applicants), Journalism and Social Communication with 15.94 applicants per place, Scandinavian Studies (Norwegian or Swedish language track) with 15.5 applicants per place, Criminology with 15.4 applicants per place, and Psychology with 12.3 applicants per place.

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