Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: EU citizens can study at the University of Gdańsk on the same basis as Polish citizens. They should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org; phone number: +48 58 523 2531. Studying full-time courses for EU citizens is free of charge.
2. Q: I am not a Polish citizen, but I have a Polish Charter (Karta Polaka), how can I apply and do I have to pay for the studies?
A: If you have a Polish Charter (Karta Polaka) you are treated the same as a Polish citizen as far as studying is concerned. Please apply to email@example.com, phone number: +48 58 523 2531. You can study for free.
3. Q: I am a student at foreign university and I would like to come for students' exchange, is that possible?
A: If you are a European university student, ask whether your university has an exchange program, for example Erasmus, or contact our Students' Exchange Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number: +48 58 523 2442. If you are not a European university student ask about individual agreements at your university. They may check if there are any agreement with one of our faculties.
A: They are required. We strongly recommend you to have your documents translated and legalized in Polish embassy or consulate in your country.
A: We do not run any scholarship program for Non-EU students at the University of Gdańsk. You may ask a Polish consulate in your country whether they can offer you any government scholarship.
6. If I pay a tuition fee and send you all documents, but I am not given a visa and as a result I cannot come to study at the University of Gdańsk, will I be entitled to claim my money back?
If it happens so, then the University of Gdańsk will return you the tuition fee as well as all the documents provided.