Established (year): 
Public University of Technology
Main specialization(s): 
Science and technology
Students (total): 
23.60 thousand
Academic staff: 
1.30 thousand


Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT) is the largest technical university in the Pomeranian Region and one of  the oldest technical universities in Poland. The impressive 77 hectare  University campus is a harmonic combination of 100-years old buildings with XXI century ultramodern premises.  

At 9  faculties the University offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral studies conducted in both full time and part time systems in various areas of science and technology. The academic offer comprises 38 fields of undergraduate studies and 27 fields of graduate studies, including 3  interdepartmental courses and 2 inter-academic course currently offered. GUT provides also 3 fields of undergraduate and 17 fields of graduate studies with English as a medium of instruction. The university’s achievements in the area of R&D are reflected in yearly contribution of over 2000 publications, of which nearly 300 appear in the world’s most renowned scientific journals on the ISI list, and more than 40 are scientific monographs and academic textbooks. 

Great emphasis is placed on maintaining high education quality standards – the University holds the prestigious ECTS Label. GUT is the first Polish university to be a member of the CDIO Initiative, founded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.