Since 2001, the Faculty has been a member of the European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE) and the European Network of Heads of Schools of Architecture (ENHSA), organizations associating about 150 schools of European Union architecture and takes part in the work of the "Students and Staff Mobility" problem group. "and in EAAE conferences and the annual ENHSA meeting.
The Faculty is also a member of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), which brings together schools educating in the field of spatial development, including schools educating in the field of urban planning and spatial planning.
The Faculty, through its representatives affiliated to the Polish National Committee of the International Council for the Protection of Monuments, ICOMOS engages in projects, both educational and research related to the broadly-conceived protection of built heritage. The Faculty through its academic staff (P. Lorens - ISoCaRP Vice President of Young Planning Professionals) - actively cooperates with ISoCaRP (International Society of City and Regional Planners). In addition, academics of the Faculty are members of numerous national and international scientific organizations, such as Polish Section of Documentation and Conservation of Modern Movement DOCOMOMO, Deutscher Akademie fuer Stadtebau und Landsplannung DASL, Research Center for Territory, Architecture and Design (CITAD), Lisbon, Art Urbain – Paris and many other.
Faculty of Architecture at Gdańsk Tech is an active participant in international programs, providing all faculty students and employees with easy access to self-development and participation in implementation within the areas of education, fields, and disciplines related to ongoing studies and research.
The main program in which the Faculty of Architecture Gdańsk Tech is involved since 1999 is the Erasmus program. It is subject to the competence of the Vice-Dean for Students Affair and is supervised by the Departmental Coordinator.
The Faculty of Architecture is one of the most dynamic faculties of the Gdańsk University of Technology participating in the Erasmus programme. So far, hundreds of students have already had the opportunity to go and study at our partner universities of Africa, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Holland, Ireland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, Italy.
Annually, approximately 100 students of the Faculty go to study and practice within the Erasmus program, and our Faculty of Architecture accepts about 80 foreign students. Many academic teachers and other university staff participate in Erasmus+ mobility.
Issues related to the program are conducted by the Department of International Office at Gdańsk Tech, which collaborates closely with the student organization Erasmus Student Network (ESN) Gdańsk.
The contact to our coordinators of ERASMUS+ programme:
Direct e-mail contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The rules for studies and research or teaching and training abroad are defined in the Regulation of Higher Education dated 12 October 2006. Ministry of Labour and the Regulation of 19 December 2002. Rector and orders.