THE - Times Higher Education 2023

  • University of Gdansk classified among 1,799 universities across 104 countries and regions
  • 10th position among 34 classified universities from Poland
  • 3rd position among the classified Polish universities in the category of economics and econometrics

Source: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2023/world-ranking#!/page/0/length/25/locations/POL/subjects/3087/sort_by/rank/sort_order/asc/cols/stats


QS World University Rankings 2023: Top global universities

  • University of Gdańsk among 22 classified universities from Poland

Source: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2023


Perspektywy Ranking Uczelni Akademickich 2022 


  • 6th position in the category Universities in Poland

Source: https://ranking.perspektywy.pl/2022/ranking/ranking-uczelni-akademickich/types/uniwersytety


Ranking UI GreenMetric 2022


  • University of Gdańsk ranked 4th among Polish universities in the UI GreenMetric world ranking

Source: https://greenmetric.ui.ac.id/rankings/overall-rankings-2022/

UniRank Polish University Ranking 2022

  • 9th position among 126 classified universities from Poland
  • 1st position among universities in the Pomeranian Voivodeship

Source: https://www.4icu.org/pl/pomeranian-voivodeship/

The University of Gdańsk in the prestigious Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020

Times Higher Education has for the second time published a prestigious list of universities pursuing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set out in the 2030 Agenda, and therefore involved in solving the most important global problems of the modern world, such as poverty, social inequalities, insufficient access to knowledge, climate change or environmental devastation natural.

In THE Impact Rankings, published on April 22, 2020, the University of Gdańsk was rated very high in terms of its contribution to the implementation of Goal 14 "Life under water". In this category, the university was ranked 42nd out of 242 higher education institutions from around the world.

This undoubted success confirms the high position of the University of Gdańsk (which co-creates the European University of the Seas, SEA-EU) among universities conducting research and education related to maritime issues.

The University also noted a high position in the implementation of Objective 11. "Sustainable cities and communities" - ie the range 101-200 out of 470 universities assessed under this Objective. The contribution of universities to the efforts to eliminate the negative effects of rapid urbanization, improve resource efficiency, reduce pollution, access to basic services, energy, housing, transport and others to make cities safe, stable, sustainable and inclusive.

766 best universities from 85 countries, including 5 from Poland, participated in the global ranking taking into account all 17 Goals. The University of Gdańsk was classified in the range of 301-400. The University of Warsaw was in the same range. The AGH University of Science and Technology, Gdańsk University of Technology and Wrocław University of Technology were classified in the range of 401-600.
THE Impact Rankings reflects the current trend in the discussion of assessing the social and economic importance and impact of universities. In addition to the university's scientific and educational activity, the ranking also takes into account activities within the so-called the university's third mission and its socio-economic involvement. The very high position of the University of Gdańsk in this ranking confirms its strength in selected areas of scientific specialization, as well as the importance of research, education, and cooperation with the socio-economic environment for the development of the city of Gdańsk and the entire region.