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Erasmus+

Erasmus+ mobility for study
 

  • Incoming students

To join the Erasmus + program at our faculty you need to follow the procedure (“application procedure step-by-step”) given here: https://pg.edu.pl/en/students/international-mobility/erasmus-incoming-students
 
The most important thing is to register online by:
- December 15 in the case of a summer semester
- June 30 in the case of a winter semester or whole academic year.
Nevertheless, the sooner you apply the greater your chances to get a place in one of our dormitories are.


Remember, that you are entitled to register at our Faculty if your Erasmus+ Coordinator sends your nomination to the program to our coordinator – Justyna Szostak (justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl).
 
You may use the following browser to search for specific courses:
-    course browser
or take a look here to check the full offer of our university:
-    ECTS information package

as you may also choose some courses offered by other faculties. When it comes to the courses run at other faculties please make sure that the courses that you select are run in English. Courses provided at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics can be chosen even if they are delivered in Polish. In this case, self-study and regular consultations and educational materials in English can be expected. Please contact one of our Erasmus+ supervisors when you prepare a preliminary list of courses you would like to study at Gdańsk Tech. We will check their availability and give you a hand on the process.  
Some useful information about studying at Gdańsk Tech and living in Poland can be found here:

  1. Students guide in Poland
  2. Gdańsk Tech Students guide

If your university is not on the list of our partners, please contact dr. Justyna Szostak (justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl) to initiate collaboration. And do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
 
2) If you are not an Erasmus student and would like to study at Gdańsk University of Technology, please visit our website to learn how to join us.

 

 

  • Outgoing students

Erasmus+ mobility in available to all Bachelor (except for 1st year students), master and Doctoral students. Erasmus+ mobility for study should last from 3 to 12 months. 

Students interested in studying abroad should choose a proper partner university that offers Erasmus+ student mobility for your field and level of study. List of  international collaborators of our Faculty is available here. If the university you would like to study at is not on that list, please check all of the Gdańsk Tech partners, as sometimes we may use an agreement signed by other faculties – upon mutual approval of that faculty and its partner. It is also possible to enter new Erasmus+ agreements. Please contact Justyna Szostak (justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl) in order to do so.  

Once you have found the right place to study you should contact a proper Erasmus+ faculty coordinator that will check if you may participate in the program, and send your nomination to the partner university. Online applications to the program at our faculty should be made via your student’s account on MojaPG.  

Internal Application deadline at our Faculty is:

- May, 20, in case of mobilities taking place in the winter semester or for the whole academic year,
- October, 20, in case of mobilities taking place in the summer semester.

Please remember to check the deadlines and means of registration at the partner university!  

In collaboration with the partner university and your Gdańsk Tech Erasmus+ faculty coordinator you will choose the courses followed abroad. These courses will be listed in your Learning Agreement.

Erasmus+ mobility for traineeship

  • Outgoing students

Erasmus+ mobility for traineeship can take place at every cycles of studies, from the Bachelor to Doctoral studies. Possible locations of the internship are the EU countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey, Serbia, and North Macedonia. The length of the student mobility for traineeship ranges from 2 months (min. 60 days) up to 12 months. Students find the host institution for a traineeship on their own. It can be an enterprise, a public body, Higher Education Institution taking part in the Erasmus+ program, or a research institute. However, the program of the internship has to be related to the field of study of the trainee.

Traineeship may take place after graduation, providing that the applicant has been accepted to the program and has met all the formal requirements prior to the defense. In such a case, the applicant has to finish the traineeship not later than 12 months after graduation.  

Mandatory students internships included in students curricula can be realized within the frame of the Erasmus+ traineeships.

Monthly financial scholarship depends on the country of mobility and ranges from 500 to 600 Euro. Special financial support is granted to students with disabilities, and low income students.

Applications for the Erasmus+ traineeships are made on a daily basis. Bachelor and Master students interested in this program should contact the faculty coordinator proper for their field of studies, while PhD students should apply to the Doctoral School. Detailed information about the procedure can be found at https://pg.edu.pl/international/erasmusplus-traineeships

  • Incoming students

Students interested in internships at our faculty, except for double-degree students of our partner universities, should find a supervisor among our academic staff members (the list of employees is available here) that will agree to run the traineeship project. Next, one of our Erasmus+ faculty coordinators, responsible for the respective field of study, should be contacted to organize the mobility.

Double-degree students of our partner universities should contact dr. Justyna Szostak (justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl) in order to find a suitable supervisor and to organize the internship at our faculty.      

 

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinators for outgoing students at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics are:

 

Marcin Styborski, Ph.D., Eng.

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for outgoing students of Mathematics

contact: marcin.styborski@pg.edu.pl, (+ 48 58) 347 23 28, B-Building, room 610 E

Marta Prześniak-Welenc, Ph.D., Eng.

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for outgoing students of Physics, Materials Science, and Nanotechnology

contact: marta.welenc@pg.edu.pl, (+ 48 58) 348 66 06, Nanotechnology Center A, room 4/26

Justyna Szostak

Justyna Szostak, Ph.D., Eng.

Coordinator of the International Relations Office at FAP&M

Dean’s Proxy for Internationalization

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for double-degree students

contact: justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl, (+ 48 58) 347 20 22, Main Building, room 109 C

 

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinators for incoming students at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics are:

 

Marcin Styborski, Ph.D., Eng.

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for outgoing students of Mathematics

contact: marcin.styborski@pg.edu.pl, (+ 48 58) 347 23 28, B-Building, room 610 E

Natalia Wójcik, Ph.D., Eng.
Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for incoming students of Physics, Materials Science, and Nanotechnology

contact: natalia.wojcik@pg.edu.pl (+ 48 58) 348 66 06, Nanotechnology Center A, room 4/26

Justyna Szostak

Justyna Szostak, Ph.D., Eng.

Coordinator of the International Relations Office at FAP&M

Dean’s Proxy for Internationalization

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator for double-degree students

contact: justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl, (+ 48 58) 347 20 22, Main Building, room 109 C

Programme member countries (UE + Turkey)
Partner countries 

Agreements:

- Expansion of the agreement with Universitat Rovira i Virgili (061/0541-ICTs information and communication technologies/mathematics)
- new agreement with McMaster University, Kanada (0533 Physics)
- new agreement with EGE University (0541- mathematics)
- new agreement with University of Crete (0533/0539 Physics/Nanotechnology, material sciences)
- new agreement with Universidade do Minho (0533-physics/071- Micro and Nanotechnology)
- new agreement with Duzce University (Physics, Mathematics, Materials, Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering)
- new agreement with EGE University (0533-physics)
-new exchange agreement with INSA Rennes
-extension of the agreement withy TU Wien
- new agreement with Institut Supérieur de l’Electronique et du Numérique; Higher institute of electronics and digital technologies, TULON (Physics/Mathematics/Materials/Computer Science/Biomedical Engineering)
-new agreement with Universidad de Sevilla (0548 : Science, Mathematics and Computing)
-new agreement with Universidad de Sevilla (0533 : Physics/ 0722 : Materials)
-new agreement with Università degli Studi di Genova (0722 : Materials)
-new agreement with Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz (053-physical sciences: studies+internship)

Partner University registration guidelines:

Faculty coordinator

Justyna Szostak Ph.D., Eng.
Gdańsk Tech
room 109C (Main Bulding)
phone.: +48 58 347 20 22
e-mail: justyna.szostak@pg.edu.pl