Date added: 2021-09-21
Welcome Meeting for the newcomers
Every year, the International Relations Office organizes an information meeting for foreigners, starting their studies at the Gdańsk University of Technology. The event is not only an opportunity to welcome new foreign students at the University, but also to provide important information related to the beginning of the academic year, organization of studies and life in Gdańsk.
During the meeting, students will learn how to complete the process of legalization their stay in Poland, obtain a student ID, what matters can be settled in the dean's office, or how to use the resources of the Main Library and the services offered by the Career Office. Students will also receive a package of information on COVID-19 regarding the organization of classes at the University, restrictions in Poland and the possibility of vaccination.
As every year, the event will be attended by a representative of the City Police Headquarters in Gdańsk, who will provide students with important information on security issues. Students from Erasmus Student Network Gdańsk (ESN Gdańsk) will also have a short presentation.
The meeting will be held on the MS Teams platform. Foreign students will receive a link to the event by e-mail. The International Relations Office will also inform about the meeting during the registration week organized from 20 to 24 September in building no. 11. Information about the event will also be provided to students by employees of dean's offices at each faculty and Erasmus+ program faculty coordinators.
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As part of the recruitment conducted from May to July by the International Relations Office and individual faculties, over 470 students from 42 countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America and Africa were admitted to Gdańsk Tech. Half of the newly admitted students are foreigners completing part of their studies under the Erasmus+ program. The largest group of new students are students from Spain (116), Belarus (103), Ukraine (51) and France (44). This year, the studies at the Doctoral School, with over 120 candidates from Europe, Asia, Africa and even South America, enjoyed great interest.