- The Municipality of Lębork, Lead Beneficiary
- The Country of Lębork
- The Self-government of Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship
- The Self-government of Pomorskie Voivodeship
- Szczecinska Foundation
- The Pomeranian Regional Tourist Organization
- Kretinga District
- The Ernst Moritz Arndt university of Greifswald
The University of Gdańsk is the largest educational institution of higher learning in the Pomerania region. It comprises of eleven faculties with almost thirty-one thousand students, doctoral students and post-graduates. They are taught by one thousand seven hundred staff members.
The University of Gdańsk is a dynamically developing institution of higher learning, which combines respect for tradition with a commitment to the new. Pursuing education within the range of almost all academic subjects as well as professional qualifications in demand on the job market is combined with state-of-the-art facilities in one of the largest university complexes in the Pomerania which is developed within the University of Gdańsk Baltic Campus.
Apart from providing traditional academic education the University of Gdańsk dynamically undertakes numerous initiatives which serve the community of the Pomerania in cooperation with many organisations, institutions and authorities of self-government units.
The Faculty of Economics of the University of Gdańsk is a direct continuer of academic traditions developed in Higher School of Maritime Trade in close cooperation with business practice.
The Faculty of Economics offers “Economics” and “International Economic Relations” studies. The International Economic Relations studies cover all the aspects of international economic cooperation, with Master Degree studies including “International Tourism” specialisation. The studies outline is conducted with strict reference to business practice and many of its students participate in the European Union “Erasmus” international programme of student exchanges.
The academic staff and students of the Faculty of Economics offer great potential which is used, among other initiatives, to implement the “RECReate - Re-vitalisation of the European Culture Route in the South Baltic Area - Pomeranian Way of St. James” EU project, particularly within the educational and promotional aspects as well as principles and methods of economic activation of people in the regions situated along the Route of St. James.