As many as a hundred places are waiting for candidates for the Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology run jointly with the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMP PAN) and the Institute of Water Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN). The education is conducted in 12 disciplines and takes place entirely in English. The electronic admission procedure will be launched on 24 August and will last until 18 September. An information meeting with candidates for the Doctoral School at GUT will be held on 10 July in a remote form. Registration for the meeting is held until 8 July.
The International Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology educates in the following disciplines: Economics and Finance; Management and Quality sciences; Chemical Sciences; Physical Sciences; Maths; Civil Engineering and Transport; Architecture and Urban Planning; Environmental Engineering, Mining and Power Engineering; Materials Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Control Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering; Applied Informatics and Telecommunications. The training lasts four years and aims to, among others, creating opportunities for scientific cooperation in research teams, including internationally, and ensuring that PhD students can prepare scientific publications.
The language of instruction at the doctoral school is English, therefore candidates must use this language at least at B2 level.
Candidates applying for admission to the doctoral school as part of standard admission procedure go through three stages of assessment: formal documents assessment , substantive documents assessment, interview in English.
Due to the current epidemic situation, the commencement of the academic year for doctoral students is planned with a month delay, i.e. on 2 November.
Gdańsk University of Technology also conducts a PhD Implementation School, the only such unit in the country.
Attention! An information meeting with candidates for the PhD School at GUT will be held on 10 July at 10.00 a.m. in the remote form. Registration for the meeting is held until 8 July till 12.00. The link for registration can be found [HERE]. The link to the platform on which the meeting will be held will be sent to the registered participants by a separate email after registration.