Facts and Figures | University of Gdańsk

The University of Gdańsk in figures 2017

autor: Beata Czechowska-Derkacz, rzecznik prasowy UG, tłumacz: David Malcolm

May 2017

  • 11 faculties
  • Department of Foreign Languages
  • Department of Physical Education and Sport
  • 75 fields of study
  • 223 specialities
  • 1,732 scientific and teaching staff
  • 26,305 students
  • 20 doctoral studies
  • 1,609 doctoral students
  • 109 post-graduate studies
  • 1,769 post-graduate students
  • 1,613,000 volumes in the collections of the University Library
  • 3,042,870 books available electronically
  • 62,582 periodicals available electronically
  • 60,700 works available in Pomeranian Digital Library
  • Main Library
  • 6 specialist libraries
  • 1,125 places in the reading rooms
  • 7 days a week – reading rooms are open
  • 9 student hostels
  • 1,716 places in student hostels
  • 161 student scientific circles at all faculties
  • 16 inter-faculty student scientific circles, associations and organisations
  • 9 study/research groups for doctoral students
  • 7 foreign languages for students and Polish for foreign students
  • 1,669 available computer stations for students, 1,655 with internet access
  • 127,275 m2 – usable surface area of teaching and scientific buildings currently functioning within the framework of the Oliwa Campus
  • 178,550 m2  – usable surface area of all university buildings fulfilling scientific, teaching and administrative functions
  • 46,067 m²  – usable surface area of the investment for the Construction of the Baltic Campus of the University of Gdańsk within the Framework of the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Programme 2007-2013 
  • 10 new buildings within the framework of the Project for the Construction of the Baltic Campus of the University of Gdańsk. 8 completed investment projects: Faculty of Law and Administration, The Library of the University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Institute of Geography, Faculty of Chemistry, Faculty of Biology, a new building for Modern Languages and for the central administration, the Institute of Biotechnology and 2 planned investment projects: expansion of the Faculty of Mathematics, Psysics and Informatics, construction of Sports and Recreation Centre.