Gdansk University

The University of Gdansk was founded in 1970 as a result of the merger of two higher education institutions and is now a public university and one of the best institutions in Poland. It is the largest university in the Pomerania region (northern Poland), with almost 33,000 students per year. Finally, one of the University’s major assets is its relationship with the maritime environment, thanks to its excellent and internationally renowned research stations.

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