Two free courses for Ukrainian citizens at the University of Gdansk
In the upcoming semester, we’re excited to make two of our university courses in data analysis (in English) at the University of Gdansk open for Ukrainian Citizens. If you are a Ukrainian citizen willing to learn this material (see eligibility conditions below), you’re more than welcome to join!
Each program will consist of 10 hours of lectures, with the remaining time dedicated to hands-on practice and skill development in our computer lab. We look forward to seeing you there!
Criminological Research Methods (40h including 30h supervised work) will introduce you to Bayesian statistical programming and causal inference in R for criminological applications. You will be joining a class of our Criminology students at the University of Gdansk.
Data Analysis and Visualization for Journalism Studies (30h including 20h supervised work) will teach you basic methods and principles of data visualization and introduce the fundamentals of Bayesian analysis with R and ggplot2. You will be joining our Journalism Studies students at the University of Gdansk.
You can attend either of the courses or only one of them, please specify your preference in the registration form (linked below).
What is the timeline?
If you want to participate, please register using the following form by the end of the year 2022 - we have a limited number of slots, acceptance in the program is first come first served.
• The courses are open for Ukrainian citizens who entered Poland after February 23, 2022. A Ukrainian passport with an entry stamp after February 23, 2022 will be needed to start the course. This will be verified on the first day of classes.
• Knowledge of the English language is a prerequisite, the courses will be taught fully in English.
• Registration deadline: December 31, 2022
• Acceptance/rejection notification: January 16, 2022
• Classes: February 20 - May 15, 2023
• Please fill in our registration form by December 31, 2022
• We’ll be in touch by January 16, 2023.
• For more information please visit: https://rfl-urbaniak.github.io/teaching/
We’ll be happy to address your further questions or concerns, if you drop us a line at email@example.com.