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Gdańsk University (UG)is one of largest universities in Poland. It is located by the Baltic sea in Tricity, capital of picteresque Pomarania region. There are 11 faculties with about 30.000 bachelor, master and post-graduate students.
The spectrum of offered courses is broad. You can study Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Oceanography, Quantum Physics, Pedagogy, Philology, Psychology, Law and Economic Sciences. The last one is what University of Gdańsk is famous for amongst other institutions in Poland. The University offers also the largest number of Erasmus+ connections.
A few years ago The University of Gdańsk established Polish Philology in CHINA. Since 2013, University of Gdańs offers Sinology studies – the only place to study Chinese language in northern Poland. In such a big country there are just two Polish Philology studies. It is a great opportunity which opens possibilities for international graduates.
INTERESTING FACTS & FIGURES:
60 Fields of Study
1 700 Academic Staff
30 000 Students
BA in American Studies
BA in European and International Business Law and EU Administration
BA in International Business
BSc in Economical Mathematics
BSc in Mathematics
BSc in Medical Physics
BSc in Physics
MA in American Studies
MA in International Business
MSc in Biology
MSc in Mathematics
MSc in Physics
PhD studies in Biology, Microbiology and Ecology
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