The Faculty of Marine Engineering of the Maritime University of Szczecin announces the winter enrollment for the 1st year of the 1st degree (engineer) regular studies of the 2010/2011. Important dates:
  • Submission of documents 17.01 – 24.02. 2011
  • Announcement of the results 25.02.2011
  • The 1st semester commences on 28.02.2011
  • The 1st semester ends on 29.06.2011
The course of the studies is featured for one semester shifted, which shall not change until the end of the studies with recruitment procedure analogical to summer enrollment and recruitment fee paid after the admission. The freshmen practice will be held during summer holidays (August-September 2011) together with students admitted in summer enrollment. The students admitted in winter shall attend only occupational safety and library trainings.

Enrollment rules/available at www AM/MU/ and the Faculty dean’s office website
Careers Office of the Maritime University of Szczecin announces the fourth photo contest ‘Crossing Borders - a journey towards a dream job’
The official inauguration of the virtual computer lab
The ceremonial start made ​​by the Rector of the Maritime University Prof. Stanislaw Gucma, Master Mariner.
The project Fames artium magistra - promotion of implementation capacity in the field of IT and industrial design of development units of  West Pomerania universities /Fames artium magistra - promocja potencjału wdrożeniowego w dziedzinie IT i wzornictwa przemysłowego jednostek rozwojowych zachodniopomorskich uczelni wyższych/ realized by the Szczecin Science and Technology Park, created videos on the educational and business offer of the Department of Information Technology of the Sea. The films made ​​by Studio-Online Szczecin/Studio-Online Szczecin/. Welcome!
The Senate of the Maritime University of Szczecin decided to restore the school holiday, which began in the State Maritime School in Szczecin, the forerunner of maritime education in our city. On this occasion Maritime University has prepared numerous attractions.
On 11-13 October was held at the University of Uppsala (Sweden) Baltic Conference of Rectors of the University Programme (BUP). This network, founded in 1991, involves about 200 universities from the Baltic Sea region. The conference, in addition to the resume of achievements and plans for the future arrangements, was also the time to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the BUP. The conference was attended by 62 representatives of partner universities within the network, representing 12 countries.