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Why a PhD at the Gdańsk University of Technology?

Admission to the Doctoral School

Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology, as subsequent stage of education, creates new opportunities that may translate into more interesting and better-paid work, both at the university and in the innovative industry in Poland and abroad, in areas such as: biotechnology, chemistry, advanced materials industry, computer science and mechatronics.

Learn six reasons for doing your PhD at Gdańsk Tech and find yours!

Education responsive to industry needs

Studies in English with people from all over the world

Additional scholarships, bonuses for publications, mobility

A good place to live with family-friendly amenities

The most active doctoral student government in the country

International research career

Online addmission to Gdańsk Tech Doctoral School, conducted jointly with two institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Gdańsk – the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery and the Institute of Hydro-Engineering for the academic year 2024/2025, will start on 22 April and will last until 13 May, 11:00 a.m. Interviews will be conducted between 27 May - 4 June. Ranking lists will be announced by 19 June, 5:00 pm. Please note that the PhD training in Doctoral School is conducted fully in English.

Admission rules and schedule

Information about PhD programs offered at the Doctoral School at Gdańsk Tech are available on findaphd.com.

Admission to Industrial Doctoral School

Standard admission to Industrial Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology starts on 22 April (as part of the 8th edition of the “Implementation Doctorate" program). Online admission ends on 5 May. The admission procedure comprizes two stages In the first stage, in addition to the formal assessment of the submitted documents, candidates take part in an interview. Candidates who pass the first stage successfully are registered by the university for the program. Please note that the PhD training in Industrial Doctoral School is conducted fully in Polish.

Admission rules and schedule (in Polish only)

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Jolanta Kulesza – Bisacridines in 3D cell cultures

Yuxin Lu – Chinese exports and imports of goods

Aleksandra Laska – The properties of aluminum alloy joints

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