About TRDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRDS - Thomson Reuters Data Suite is a result of collaboration between the University of Gdansk , City of Gdansk and the City of Sopot and Thomson Reuters. TRDS a unique computer lab which was initiated by the Institute of International Business and opened at the Faculty of Economics in 2008. TRDS is the first project of its kind in Poland and also in Central and Eastern Europe. Since 2013, every computer in the lab is equipped with an access to Thomson Reuters Eikon – the main product of Thomson Reuters that enables the analysis of financial and commodity markets. 

Laboratory TRDS open for students during classes of Thomson Reuters Academy - conducted in Polish and English. Students learn Thomson Reuters Eikon product functionality and scope. After completing the course, students may take the exam prepared by the company and receive Thomson Reuters Eikon Certification, which confirms high level of product knowledge. Laboratory TRDS is also open to staff and students of the University of Gdansk on the regular basis - scheduled duty hours.


Partnership with Thomson Reuters placed the Faculty of Economics University of Gdansk among the elite group of universities with similar laboratories: London Business School (UK), HEC (France), European Business School (Germany), Instituto de Empresa (Spain), Universitaet St . Gallen (Switzerland), INSEAD (France), Bocconi (Italy), IMD (Switzerland), American University in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

 
University of Gdansk is also the first university in Central and Eastern Europe, which received Thomson Reuters Infopoint, which displays the latest news from the world. Infopoint allows students of the Faculty of Economics to be up- to-date with most important international headlines and events.

Collaboration with Thomson Reuters includes not only computer lab, but also the wider educational activities. Thomson Reuters is one of the world's major suppliers of intelligent information for business, particularly for professionals in the financial, legal, tax and accounting, scientific, healthcare and media business. Headquartered in New York , and the main offices in London and Eagan (Minnesota) Thomson Reuters  employs more than 50 000 employees in more than 100 countries.

Tricity subsidiary of Thomson Reuters was founded in 2006 and is one of the world's major centers of data management and information in the field of finance and economics. It Tricity almost 1,000 people are employed with the significant percentage of University of Gdansk.

The head of collaboration with Thomson Reuters from Gdansk University site is professor dr hab. Danuta Marciniak - Neider, project coordinator is PhD Urszula Mrzygłód and project assistant is Msc. Joanna Adamska – Mieruszewska.

 

 

 

          Thomson Reuters Data Suite at the Faculty of Economics, University of Gdansk (room 402)