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Application fee €20.00 one-time

For participants outside the EU/EFTA studying on terms applicable to foreigners.

Note 1: Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, i.e. the countries of former USSR, are permitted to apply for Polish Card (the Card of the Pole), which entitles its holders to choose whether they wish to study on the terms applicable to Polish nationals (no tuition fees for full-time studies) or those applicable to foreigners (tuition fees applicable). If you choose terms applicable to Polish nationals, to become an applicant please visit rekrutacja.pg.gda.pl/. Dream Apply platform is used for non-EU/EFTA citizens studying on terms applicable to foreigners only.

Note 2: Foreigners granted a residence permit (to settle in Poland) or an EU longterm residence permit, those granted temporary or complementary protection in the territory of the Republic of Poland or with a refugee status granted by the Republic of Poland, despite being non-UE/EFTA citizens, study on terms applicable to Polish nationals (no tuition fees for full-time studies).

For more details please visit: pg.edu.pl/international/admission .

More information

pg.edu.pl/dsn/phd-candidates1 

Overview

Courses focus on a variety of topics according to individual interests of both the supervisor and the PhD student, including some soft skills subjects such as data bases, economics, philosophy etc. The courses are scheduled individually by the supervisor based on all the subjects offered at Gdansk University of Technology by all the faculties within third cycle or second cycle of studies. Students may choose courses that will help them to perform their PhD project. Since the subjects of PhD projects are variable, there is no compulsory programme. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to select the appropriate courses.

Career opportunities

The graduates have the knowledge and skills in the fields of mechanics – variable areas.

The graduates can be employed as research staff, academic staff, design engineers, quality engineers.

Apply now! Academic year 2017/18
This is a rolling intake - applications are accepted all year round.
Studies commence
Jan 1, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States