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UG among leading universities to receive research funding from the National Science Centre

The University of Gdańsk has consistently been among the leading universities to obtain the largest funding for scientific research from the National Science Centre.

The National Science Centre has recently published its latest Annual Report 2017. According to the data presented, our university occupies sixth place among Polish universities and seventh among all the project beneficiaries. As a result of competitions in 2017, the UG received 27,990,000 PLN for a total of 78 qualified applications. The success rate in the competitions was 26%.

Beneficiaries

Amount of funding in thousands PLN

Applications qualified

Success rate

Jagiellonian University

127,425

291

37%

University of Warsaw

114,570

269

39%

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

56,480

138

31%

University of Wrocław

46,376

110

35%

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń

34,976

91

33%

AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow 

33,685

76

30%

University of Gdańsk

27,990

78

26%

Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences

24,506

25

49%

Wrocław University of Science and Technology

22,895

53

32%

Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

22,415

22

39%

University of Lodz

21,549

86

32%

Poznan University of Medical Sciences

20,669

37

27%

Warsaw University of Technology

20,136

63

29%

University of Silesia in Katowice

18,697

60

23%

Medical University of Warsaw

18,569

30

33%

Silesian University of Technology

17,821

47

23%

Gdańsk University of Technology

16,514

45

23%

Source: NSC 2017 Report  

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2018, May 22 - 1:26pm