Gdansk University of Technology, founded in 1904, is one of the oldest autonomous state universities in Poland. It comprises 9 faculties, where approximately 18,000 students study at engineering and master’s studies implemented in full-time and part-time systems. The university employs approximately 2,600 people, including 1,200 academic teachers. In 2019, seven faculties were accredited in the highest categories A and A +, awarded by the Polish Committee for the Scientific Evaluation. Gdansk University of Technology organizes many national and international conferences, symposia and seminars. It conducts international exchange of students and employees. Since October 2015 it is a university associated in the European organization of higher technical schools CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research).Gdansk University of Technology as the only Polish technical university has been included in the 800 best world universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2020 .
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1. Promotional film, Gdansk University of Technology
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